That's actually what I am leaning towards. Going to be my first hunt and kind of trying to get advice on chances of getting some snow which I would prefer. Was just going to get a left over cow tag but dnr told me today the typically have left over either sex tags.
I am just curious as to how that area will hunt with snow. And how bad it'll suck of it doesn't snow.
Ex have you guys had snow for that season in the last couple years I have heard If you don't get any snow it sux. We are going to be just north of kremmling off 134 justaccrross the routte county line.
4th has the best odds of snow since it's later. Still no guarantees. Hunt it hard, snow or no snow, and let the chips fall where they may. The tough part is that you may have to go in deep after them if there's no snow since they'll have been chased around for a couple months. You can still get 'em though. Good luck! Bring snowshoes....you never know when you'll get a big storm.
I see all of these food plot mixes advertised - and I am sure that some of them are super - but why not experiment and come up with something that works great for your plots and your hunting land?
Here is what I did on a new place for this year - this 3. 3 acre plot started as a 10 year old abandoned field that I cleaned up - it had volunteer pines, blackberry bushes, some elm saplings, etc in it...
It was then planted in buckwheat - heavily - in early spring. I lightly fertilized it when the...