The Midwest Whitetail team prides itself in producing great deer hunting content. Last year was no different, and Bill Winke himself said it might just be the best season yet. Check out the five episodes that viewers watched the most. With a marginal wind, Bill decides to hold off hunting any of his target bucks. Instead, he goes to his favorite stand location.
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Located by Wegdahl or basically halfway between Montevideo and Granite Falls, this Minnesota River bottom property is not only located in a location known for mature bucks but it basically encompasses the entire width of the river bottom travel corridor. For starters, take a look at the aerial photo and the interactive map tabs to see the location and layout and as discussed, the overall mixed wooded river corridor goes on for miles from basically NW to SE and as you will see and understand, any buck cruising the area has almost no choice but to travel through this property. Access to the property is through the Wigdahl County park with an easement through the county land to get to it. As a side note, the park has camper slots available as well so it is a great opportunity to set up camp with your property literally right next door. Some scattered grass areas that one could establish some isolated food plot areas in addition to the approx.
Don't Bypass Nebraska Hunting
Despite being a notorious producer of record-class whitetails, southern Iowa is also home to intense gun-hunting pressure, especially in a region where deer drives and party hunting is ingrained in the culture. Mattly is not one of them. He long ago realized that changing the hunting culture is out of his hands. Note: This is a special look back at one of the bigger bucks killed by a youth hunter in North America over the past the decade. Our editor-in-chief was there in camp when young Nick bagged his buck.
Don't be misled by our name River Bottom Bucks and think that it is merely a river bottom. The river bottom sector consists of both thick and open timber with food plots and river crossings all along its boundary. This is where the "Sanctuary" is located which is 60 acres of thick, wooly underbrush and horse weeds. A true Buck Haven! There's only one reason that would grant permission to enter this secretive place and that is to retrieve a buck thats been hit.