Deer Hunting Creek Crossing

On this Booner School video host, Ben Rising discusses deer hunting creek crossings. Creek crossings can often be great areas to intercept bucks, especially creek crossings like the one in Ben’s video. The crossing is between a cool bottom bedding area and a summertime food source in the form of soybeans.

The bucks tend to stay in the cooler bottom during the summer months and travel through the pinch points of the creek crossings to get to the food source. This usually allows hunters to spot crossing points for stand placement. While the arrival of fall may change the bedding area and the food source, bucks will still cruise the crossing between bedding areas during the fall and the rut. As a result, ben discusses where you might want to put a tree stand to appropriately hunt the creek crossing.

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