A Look Inside The Book: EXTREME DEER HABITAT

If you are frustrated with your deer hunting it is time to make a change. I changed from an average frustrated hunter to a completely fulfilled hunter and land manager who kills quCover 231x300 A Look Inside The Book:  EXTREME DEER HABITATality bucks every year on my small property.  IF I CAN DO IT, ANYBODY CAN!

 

Take a look inside my book EXTREME DEER HABITAT in the video below.  It is free and has no obligations whatsoever. If you like what you see please click on BUY THE BOOK or at least sign in to subscribe to my site on the sidebar to receive more free videos and advice that can greatly improve your deer hunting experience, especially on small properties in heavily pressured areas.

 

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 THIS VIDEO SHOWS WHAT IS IN THE BOOK:

PLUS take a look at the instructive video on how I killed my 2015 buck; Adapting to change on a small property:

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16 comments on “A Look Inside The Book: EXTREME DEER HABITAT
  1. Josh Ritola says:

    How can I make this work on 500 archers.

  2. Ryan Grider says:

    How will this work on 19acres with one small feild?

    • Dr Jim says:

      19 acres is more than enough to work with but the smaller the property the more impact from neighboring properties so results will depend on having an appropriate plan based on the way your property relates to neighboring properties and food sources.

  3. Scott says:

    Hi Jim,
    I just wanted to let you know how great I think your book is , it is the best $20.00 I have ever spent. It is so packed with great information & illustrations that really help someone like me 🙂 It is rare these days to really feel like something is a bargain, but this book really is one of those finds. Keep up the great work !!!
    Scott Otten

  4. Dean says:

    I could not get the book after I paid.

  5. David weaver says:

    Hi I tried buying your book and am having some difficulty can you send me the link for your download please

    • Dr Jim says:

      I do not see your name or email in the customer list. You may have to try again since the purchase was not registered. I cannot send a link unless your email is registered.

  6. Jay Feigum says:

    Do you ever hinge cut any pine trees? If so will they continue to live if hinged correctly?

    Thanks for all the information. It is much appreciated!

    • Dr Jim says:

      Pine trees seldom survive hinge cutting but we do it anyway if they have lots of lower branches. The idea is to keep the trunk hung on the stump to help provide horizontal cover. Even if they don’t survive they provide immediate cover and cover that lasts for years, plus they protect new stuff growing up among their branches from being browsed. Pine trees with long straight trunks should be cut conventionally with a back cut because they are prone to barber chair.

  7. TODD Y says:

    Jim, do you recommend cutting out all the dead ash on the property before I do any other habitat improvement. Also I have alot of mature Poplars on my property. Should I cut them down to open up the canopy or hinge cut them?

    • Dr Jim says:

      In most cases getting rid of ash trees before they fall on their own is a good idea because you are controlling how and where they fall rather than them falling randomly across trails onto stands, onto bedding spots. As far as the poplar goes, as main theme of the book is that you cannot make any decision about what to do, whether to hinge cut, etc., without having an overarching plan that defines what you are trying to accomplish with each thing you do.

  8. Kelly Bates says:

    Great video!!!!….my husband frequently going for hunting and most of he was successful. I don’t with him usually. But the last time we both were going to hunt. And we had a bad day with one deer. From that incident, i had an opinion that hunting a deer is so difficult. Now, by your video you proved that my opinion is wrong. Thank you..Mr.jim. This video will make my husband even more confident in his hunting.

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