Whitetail deer can be elusive in the mountains of the Northeast, and in a great video from Leupold, hunters try to find good whitetails in the snowy month of November.
“In the big woods of the Northeast, whitetail are sparse. They roam far and wide, not following the typical bed-to-food pattern commonly seen elsewhere. The best technique to increase success is to go find a buck with your own two feet.
Follow along with three native Vermonters, as they spend the month of November tracking public land whitetails in the snow.”
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