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WKP #026 LUCAS CAYKO JOINS US FOR EPISODE 3 IN OUR 4 PART SERIES ON PUBLIC LAND HUNTING

WKP #026 LUCAS CAYKO JOINS US FOR EPISODE 3 IN OUR 4 PART SERIES ON PUBLIC LAND HUNTING

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WKP #026 Lucas Cayko joins us for Episode #3 in a 4 part series on Public Land Hunting.  Lucas has more than proven himself a worthy adversary for whitetails on public land for many years now. Lucas and his wife and family live in North Dakota You can find him hunting all over western states for whitetail deer. Lucas was a long time White Knuckle Productions team member and is now starting his own web show so watch for that in the future. 

Brandon Hammonds collaborates with the WKP guys about mature Whitetails

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  • Mike Nimmo
    Posted at 12:35h, 05 July Reply

    Hello,
    I’ve enjoyed listening to your guests discussing Public Land Hunting. Many of the tactics ring true, as veteran Wisconsin Public Land Hunter I’d like to add the importance of “hunting the hunters” In recent years I’ve noticed a large number of people getting back into the bush, I attribute this to Google Earth. Fifteen years ago it was me armed with a compass basically getting lost in the big timber putting a picture together of Whitetail movement. When I got my first GPS, heading into the bush became a bit more comfortable. Now GPS technology armed with Google Earth has the most novice outdoorsmen walking through my locations, this has me anticipating hunter movements during certain days of the hunt, primarily during Rifle Season. Using this knowledge I may really like a stand set up but knowing other hunters will be through at some point I’ll hunt what I feel are “escape Routes” This has proven to be very successful. Todd mentioned hunting the un-huntable locations, that to me hit the nail on the head. In 2014 I personally started hunting a block of timber roughly five square miles that bumps to a private campground, the consensus within this campground is there are no deer out back due to over hunting the past two decades. Three years in a row now I’ve capture 140 to 160 Class Bucks during daylight hours all within a one mile walk of the campground. This has been accomplished by spending hours in the woods simply following the signs, other hunter anticipation and setting up in the thickest areas possible. When I initially pick one of these spots out I always laugh, the first impression is not being able to see ten feet in any direction. By the way, I’ve been able to knock down a 140 class, last season ended missing a 160 class with my bow all to the dismay of my fellow campground neighbors 🙂
    Mike

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