Nate Zelinsky of Tightline Outdoors joins the show to talk about sitting on a water hole for five days & the transition from water to wallow situations. Nate says he is scouting the timing of when animals are going into their bedding zones & notes when to make the decision to back off instead of pushing the limits. Nate says he has been scouting & watching for consistent thermals. Also, Nate says the biggest mistake hunters are making is getting hung up on trail cams. They are a great tool, says Nate, but a hunter must know where the animal is when setting the camera up.
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