Originally Posted By Shung:
In your experience, what is the best time to wait for them ?
I've spotted them in the late afternoon, but I think it was more luck then something I could do regularly.
For example, do you know if there is a time of day they prefer to go find water ?
put a game camera out for a week or two
like the ol expression; does a bear phoo-phoo in the woods? my question tis like yours, Whin does a bear phoo-phoo in the woods...
that joke stinks
... some of the GPS model's have the moon phase on them for hunting an fishing, also their tis several trail cams, rangeing in different prices, as mentioned.. picture tis worh thousand words, as they say.. i'd have ta go with cam..
got a cool video of several hogs comen back from water or eaten, an bedden down just yards from me.... was pretty cool... well actualy it twas kinda warm that day, but u know what i meen...
In my experience, the evening is usually better for both deer and hogs. That said, they can be out any time of day or night.
It all depends if your hunting spot is at the beginning or end of their nightly tour. Game cams are the way to go to get an idea.