Whitetail movement by John Wootters

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Published by North American Hunting Club in Minneapolis, Minn .

Written in English

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Places:

  • North America.

Subjects:

  • White-tailed deer hunting -- North America.

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Book details

StatementJohn Wootters.
SeriesComplete deer hunting library
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSK301 .W625 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination186 p. :
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6886220M
ISBN 101581590210
LC Control Number00501797
OCLC/WorldCa43945719

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This book reviews some of the surprising findings that data reveals, which in some cases is in Whitetail movement book opposition to broadly held beliefs within the hunting community. Dr/5(34). This book is based on observations by John and his friends on his hunting ranch is south Texas.

It is very informative and covers a lot of details about whitetail deer. It is probably a great book for beginners but I was a little disappointed as a veteran hunter.

It is still a great read for any whitetail deer hunter/5(3). This book is based on observations by John and his friends on his hunting ranch is south Texas. It is very informative and covers a lot of details about whitetail deer.

It is probably a great book for beginners but I was a little disappointed as a veteran hunter. It is still a great read for any whitetail /5(3). Pretty basic book about hunting terrain features which funnel animals between bedding and feeding.

He did have some decent insight on weather effects on deer movement and hunting success. At times it seemed a bit oversimplified.

Still a decent and easy read. I finished the whole book reading it Whitetail movement book about 3 sittings/5(11). Biological research in recent years has brought to light much concerning the nutrition, biology, and habitat of the whitetail.

But there has always been a paucity of hard data involved in the actual hunting of whitetails. This book brings to bear more than twenty years of didactic research concerning the weather conditions that drive the daytime movement activities of the whitetail.5/5(1). 4 Books Every Whitetail Hunter Should Read.

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The problem is there are many influences dictating whitetail movement; however, some are more important than others. Back in the 80s and early 90s I was involved in a study we called the “W.M.W.M. Study” (What Makes Whitetails Move).

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Whitetail Jeopardy Answer: The muzzleloading rifle used to kill the buck, and the powderhorn the hunter carried dating from before the American Revolution. A vast number of observers have attempted to correlate whitetail movement in relation to moon phases. Some theories have suggested the whitetail deer needs light to feed at night.

This contention would suggest whitetail movement is enhanced on days following low lit moon phases. Others theorize whitetail movement is enhanced by lunar positioning. We all know that weather affects whitetail movement, but even experts occasionally disagree on exactly how.

Lively debates can ensue from simple questions like: Which is more important, wind or temperature. Do deer move best on a rising or falling barometer. Do atmospheric conditions (rain, cloud cover, fog) really matter.

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I have harvested 14 record book whitetail bucks in my life. The most unsurprising and effortlessly conspicuous movement in the hunting forest is the pattern at which deer go amidst a whitetail's daylight bedding range and their night nourishment source.

However, the deer movement’s base starts with the main zone of bedding chance nearby a noteworthy night destination food area.

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I read the book over and over and studied the guide for the best days and times in October for that fall and planned accordingly. Then I stayed out of the area until the moon was on my side.

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“Males showed more movement activity during the hours of a.m. and a.m. with another smaller peak between p.m. and p.m. Conversely, the time when males were least active was midday from a.m. through p.m.

Males seemed to maintain some level of activity throughout the nighttime hours. Barometric Pressure & Whitetail Movement. Back in the 90s I was involved in a semi-scientific study we called the W.M.W.M.

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North of a line running roughly from Minneapolis to Portland, Maine, dense forests of spruce, fir, and pine provided little food for deer.

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