There is no off-season when it comes to whitetails. Even when deer seasons aren't in and you can't hunt them, there are things to be done. Treestand work. Food plots. Trail cameras. Habitat improvements. Bow shooting. The list goes on. If you’re serious about hunting whitetails, the work never ends. And that’s what separates the good hunters from the great ones.
Kirsten Godfrey, a Realtree extraordinaire and die-hard deer hunter, never stops. She works tirelessly during the off-season to increase her odds of success when deer season opens each fall. The following five tips are things she does from January to September to prepare for the upcoming deer season.