Entering Deer Woods Loud and Obnoxious ... Sometimes
By: Lynn Burkhead
Keeping a non-threatening human presence on a whitetail property all year long can be the key to success
Talk with a group of veteran deer hunting experts and you’ll often hear a very important message being preached around this time of the year.
As in being as low impact as one can be, making little, if any, intrusions while generally staying out of deer hunting properties as much as possible.
Don’t count Outdoor Channel deer hunting authority Lee Lakosky among that mix of deer hunting experts preaching that message, however.
Because Lakosky, along with his wife Tiffany, the other half of the Crush with Lee & Tiffany television crew, believe that strategic intrusion is not only acceptable, it’s actually among the best things that a hunter can do over the course of mid to late summer.
"It might seem counterproductive to what you'd normally think (to do)," said Lee. "But it really isn't."
What’s more, the Outdoor Channel deer hunting power couple residing in Crushville has the skins – and antlers – on the wall to prove their theory.
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