Attributed their Success in seeing these whitetail does to scouting!

Always walk slowly, looking and listening for whitetail deer and walk around with the wind in your face or at least have a crosswind so whitetail doe and buck can't outsmell you. You will be seeing game.
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Deer is seen crossing a road near a deer crossing, 17 does, two eight-pointer, three six-pointer and a spike used that crossing.
You should always watch deer crossing.


Many hunters get the lay of the land before planning a hunt. If you can determine where a white-tailed deer, commonly referred to as the whitetail, crossing is. You'll see many more deer then any other technique. Powerlines are hotspots for deer crosses and the whitetails graze the wild grasses around the powerlines.

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Where:         100 Mile radius of Richwood  
When:          2002  
Photographer:  Roger Buck
Mountain Lion or Cougar, Owl, River Otter, Wild Boar or Feral Pig, Rattlesnake (Timber),Chipmunk,Deer,Bobcats or Lynxes,Buffalo,Red Foxes, Great Egret, Woodchuck or Groundhog, Raccoon,Turkey,Vulture,Squirrels,Yellow Crowned Night Heron,Bald Eagles,Ringtail Cat,Cardinals

Picture taken
100 Mile radius of Richwood

Copyright 2003 Photographer, Roger Buck, Picture currently fifty-three picture of 54 pictures of live deer
Richwood, West Virginia