Are Your Food Plots Usually a Success or a Failure?
Ask Michael Scott from “The Office” and he’ll tell you he isn’t superstitious. Instead, he’s just a little ‘stitious.
But in the real world, luck isn’t a thing. I think, most times, you create your own luck — good or bad. Knowledge, understanding and preparedness lead to “good luck.” Lack of knowledge, shortcuts and procrastination lead to the alternative. No, we aren’t in complete control of life — including food plot life. Things happen. And even the best food plotters plant food plots that fail. That’s the exception, though. Not the rule. And avoiding these 13 mistakes will lead to some green, luscious food plots that’ll be good for the deer and your deer hunting.