Throughout the fall, deer and other wildlife species get the opportunity to eat a wide variety of foods, from agriculture and food-plot crops to native foods growing around every corner. During the fall, the native food component can be a combination of tender twigs and leaves, as well as many other types of woody and herbaceous matter. These run-of-the-mill food sources can provide nutrition but will not generally attract deer to a certain area. On the other hand, deer expect to have fall mast crops and will go out of their way to take advantage of these food sources — especially soft mast.
September 15 at 7:00am