two days ago i moved my trail camera to a different spot, simply because i wasnt getting any pictures in the other. coming up on the spot where i had decided to put it, i noticed quite a few rubs made all in the same area. there is a stand already in this spot and is the reason i chose it for my camera. i proceeded with setting the camera up, and also putting some corn out. i was just wondering, if a buck is using this site often, should i stay out of the area for quite sometime (a couple of weeks or so), or would it be ok to go back in a few days to check the camera and the corn?
I shot a 6+ year old buck last year by hunting a scrape as soon as I saw it. You can look in my trophy room for the buck with the huge body and little rack. That mature a buck in MS is rare if not unheard of. Contradicting what lots of hunters think, I like to do lots of in-season scouting. I found a good, large, fresh scrape yesterday while squirrel hunting ( I know, sacrilegious on my deer areas) but it also doubled as a great scouting opportunity. Gonna plan and develop a strategy to capitalize on that scrape and the pre-rut trying to begin, but you can believe I will be over it within a day or 2 at most. Cam goes out today.