Understanding bedding behavior is one of the most important factors in deer hunting
Deer bedding is more than a time to relax, groom, and chew a cud. Where a deer beds is key to its survival, but the locations they choose can change depending on time of year, weather, food sources, and of course, hunting pressure. Learning where a buck spends most of his time — they're bedded more often than anything else — is key to a successful hunt. Click through the gallery for more information on deer bedding patterns, preferences, and some tips on how to identify likely buck bedding areas.
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