Rabbit hunting can be a challenging yet rewarding activity for hunters. However, attracting rabbits to your hunting area requires some strategy and preparation. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to attract rabbits for hunting.
Select the Right Hunting Spot
Choosing the right spot is crucial when it comes to attracting rabbits. Look for areas with dense shrubs or tall grass where rabbits are most likely to rest during the day. It’s also essential to look for signs of rabbit activities such as tracks, droppings, or chewed vegetation.
Use Rabbit Scents or Calls
Using scents or calls is an excellent way to attract rabbits into your hunting area. You can use rabbit urine scent along with food lures like vegetables such as carrots, radish tops and clover hay bundles to lure them in. Additionally, you can use coyote calls because these predators tend to hunt their main prey which is usually rabbits.
Create a Food Plot
Another effective method of attracting more bunnies into your hunting range is by creating a food plot specifically designed for them; plant crops naturally attractive to them such as alfalfa fields mixed with red clover and timothy grasses providing sufficient grazing opportunities that they need throughout different periods of their life cycles.
Attracting rabbits into your hunting spot requires effort and patience but it’s worth it at the end of the day when you come back home after having had a good day out in nature while filling up those freezers full with meat! Try using scents/calls and locate suitable habitat before setting up shop – planting nearby food plots don’t hurt either if done reasonably well!