The work at Wilderness Whitetails never ends, but mid August it gets really fun too. In addition to planting food plots, putting up new stands and running the trail cameras, this time of year we spend a lot of time scouting. Wilderness Whitetails preserve is made up of over 1000 acres of pristine Northern Wisconsin forest, peppered with wetlands and open prairie. There is plenty of room for the sneakiest bucks to hide and roam.
Scouting is the key to our success. Our guides are dedicated to helping hunters achieve a world class buck. To do this we need to know the habits of the bucks as they traverse the preserve. This also helps us choose the right area and stands that will produce the type of buck you are looking for. Interested in hunting a huge typical? Or maybe you're looking for a massive, unique non-typical? Our guides have spent countless hours scouting and preparing trail cameras in order to put you on the buck that you've looking for.