I'm a relatively new bow hunter and I was wondering if anyone would have any input for me with my question...
I'm going to hunt in central Wisconsin and have recently found a spot on public land I want to hunt. Here's the layout...I hope I can describe it well enough.
There is a small creek that runs between a section of tall grass and a hill of hardwoods. I was walking the creek and found a place where deer have crossed so many times that the small section of bank is completely worn down with hoof prints. There aren't many other spots that look like the deer cross so I thought this would be a good spot hunt at. The grass on one side has several beds. There are some oak trees up the hill but I'm not sure if thats what they're primarily feeding on. My question is, I don't know when would be the best time to hunt this spot...morining, midday, or afternoon? What other indications should I look for that may give me a better idea of when to hunt here?
If you need more description let me know. Any advice would be great.