When there is no snow, are you still able to key in on tracks enough to help you pick where you will be hunting? Like when you found that big rub earlier this fall, did you find tracks on bare ground that gave you some clues on where to set up. Tracks that 90% of other hunters would not have picked up on?
I was going to ask the same question. I live in Arkansas and we don't normally get alot of snow each year. Also, the terrain that I hunt is all hills, primarily oaks and other hardwoods with rocky ground. I've always done my best to try to follow a good track or sometimes any track for that matter but they seem to fade out really quick here due to the ground conditions.