Deer hunting during the 2nd day of Missouri’s firearms season. Grant shares his reasons for picking this stand location – why he thinks deer will be drawn to the area and the benefits of the food plot design for attracting deer and ability to see the deer when they get into the field or when they are crossing. Lots of good ideas and tips you can use if you are choosing your hunting stand location when hunting public or private land. Watch how the hunt played out as he sees several deer in the field then harvests a doe from this stand. #deerhunting #TeamOutdoors At GrowingDeer.tv we’re all about showing hunters what we are doing each week in the field as we work on our Proving Grounds and others to have better deer hunting! If The hunting strategies and techniques we show can be used if you are hunting public or private land. Our farm has wild, free-ranging deer. If we can grow big antlers on these tough Ozark Mountain bucks, you can too! Good wildlife management tactics, deer management, and food plots with regenerative ag techniques that build better soils! Watch our weekly episodes to see what we’re doing, the advice that Dr. Grant Woods (Ph.D Wildlife Biologist) has to share along the way. You see onX maps used in GrowingDeer to set hunting strategies and habitat improvements: Now get our Discount! Hunters should use this code when checking out to get 20% off first time premium and elite memberships, GDTV Other gear we love: LaCrosse boots, Fourth Arrow Camera Arms and tripods and gear that make the job of filming our hunts so much easier, Eagle Seed soybeans and food plot blends, Redneck Blinds, Genesis no-till drills from RTP Outdoors, Winchester Ammo and Firearms, BOG Field Pods, Compound Bows and Broadheads from G5 Outdoors, Hooyeman Saws, maintaining our bow string with Scorpion Venom products, practicing archery with Morrell Targets, D-Code and Code Blue products to cover our scent or put the right scent out there to attract bucks to scrapes, Buck Cuffs to make it easier to get the deer (big bucks) back to the truck, Summit stands to get us safely up in the tree for our hunts, Bloodsport Arrows, the great turkey calls and the Messenger grunt call from Hook’s Custom Calls, Duke Traps for removing predators to balance the prey/predator populations on our hunting property, the reliable and long lasting, durable trail cameras from Reconyx, Yamaha ATV’s – we use the Viking and the Wolverine and they’ve lasted well when driven thousands of miles on this rough, rocky Ozark Mountain farm, …and last but not least – our favorite retailer for all our hunting gear: Bass Pro Shops/Cabela’s!