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First off thanks to everybody for the great advice that I always find on here.

Any pointers for late season bowhunting after dogs have been running? Calling? Cover? Thanks!
 

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here in Iowa its all about FOOD and thick cover...this is the time of the year you really have to watch the wind.
 

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Food, Food, Food. Oh, did I say Food?! Deer are run ragged by the end of the rut. Cold temperatures and depleted fat reserves force them to require a higher caloric intake. Hunt food and deer will come, watch your scent, and be careful hunting mornings. Deer will often be on the move from feeding to bedding in the morning, you don't want to bump them.
 

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So evenings at a food source? Thanks for the replies.
 

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Did anybody mention food yet?

Yea get close to it and even then don't expect a
To of movement - maybe the last 15-30 min of daylight. They don't move much to conserve energy.
 

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What foods do yall recommend considering in Central Va the acorns are depleted? Thanks for all the time and responses.
TLane
 

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What foods do yall recommend considering in Central Va the acorns are depleted? Thanks for all the time and responses.
TLane
not far from you, find you a thick green honeysuckle patch i kill them every yr after christmas like this
 

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Thanks and will do!
 
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