On this week's episode, Bill Winke starts off by discussing the perfect late-season formula. He uses three classic hunts from his farm to illustrate these tips. Then we join Owen Reigler on his best hunt in a long time. It results in a great buck hitting the ground. Finally, we receive multiple updates from the rest of the team as we continue through the gun seasons in Iowa and Kentucky.
This week we join Joe Shults in Illinois as he fills multiple archery tags. He can’t pull arrows from his quiver fast enough. Let’s just say he has plenty of fun. Then we head to Alabama, where Bart Goins connects on a mature buck on his newly purchased property. There’s no feeling quite like that of managing a farm and reaping its rewards.
Pay Dirt: Establishing Multi-Use Properties
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Genre: Deer hunting
Produced By: Realtree Digital
Cast: Roger Culpepper, David Blanton, Bill Winke, Slade Priest
Own land? If so, it needs to create value and produce cash. Depending on the tract, it could be crammed with potential, and a property that has many different uses is extremely attractive on the real estate market.
Grigsby: Monster Whitetail at 20 Yards, Farm Management Practices
Aaron Dusek from Truglo is in camp during the first shotgun season. He has a monster 10-pointer come all the way in to 20 yards. Then, Randy Leka and Andy Morehouse introduce certain farm practices and explain how the land is in the early stages of nutrient management.