I went squirrel hunting this past week at Eastfork and Stonlick state parks. I ended up only seeing 1 squirrel over the period of 4 hours. Luckily, I was able to get this squirrel. What are some good tips to seeing more squirrels on these public lands? Where I deer hunt, I see squirrels all day long, but I'm not driving an hour and a half to squirrel hunt on my deer property. My method for squirrel hunting is a stalk and stop. I'll slowly walk through the woods and then find a log to sit on. I'll sit for about 10-20 minutes and if I don't see anything, I continue moving forward. I was hunting in around walnut and acorn trees. It did get up to almost 90 degrees this weekend so maybe the heat had them slowing down a bit. Just looking for some other advice.