Evening hunt tips for not being able to spend much time in the woods
So I haven't had much time to spend in the woods in the afternoons this year. Honestly I never do much of that anyway; my best chances of killing a bird are hearing one sounding off in the morning. I have a decent idea where birds start off, but no clue where to look for them in the late afternoon. My wife and I are going out tomorrow since the evening is pretty much our last chance of actually killing a bird this year. But with minimal scouting under my belt, I really don't have any clue where to set up for an evening hunt. How do you get onto birds when you don't have time to spend in the woods on a regular basis? I'm open to any suggestions!
A bad day hunting rabbits beats a good day of anything else!