Grow ’em Big TV is an informative deer management show that offers proven and efficient deer habitat and land-management practices that anyone can employ on properties from just 10 acres to 1,000 acres of hunting land.
Creating high odds, low impact hunting scenarios is the very basis in which almost all of Steve's hunting and management practices come from. In this episode, he talks about stand placement, camera scouting and even what times are best to step into the woods.
We watch TV personalities claim to pattern those big bucks all the time, after harvesting them in the last hour, of the last day,of the hunt, but when the cameras aren't rolling, can anyone really pattern a mature whitetail buck all the time?
Deer season is over so now what do you do? Pull out your trail cameras and pack up everything until late summer? Heck no! Steve Bartylla shares what you should do with your equipment when the season is over.
We all want to see more deer on our hunting land, but there is such a thing as too many deer, and it's not healthy for the deer or the land. That's where carrying capacity comes into play, and this episode discusses the issue in depth.
What do deer really want? They want what's in short supply; fruit and nut trees. If you plant these food plot alternatives, you'll create a powerful magnet for deer. In this episode find out when and what to plant.