Preparing For Opening Day: Treestand Maintenance and Hunting Strategies – Episode #454
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We share our summer checklist for treestand maintenance as preparations for opening day get underway. See how we provide water for critters during the drought. Then we share the details of our fall hunting goals to target both bucks and does!
Scouting now could be the difference between punching a tag or eating tag soup. Find out how a pair of binoculars and careful planning can help your hunting this fall.
Southpaw hit this Code Blue scrape last fall. Now that he’s on the wall, we can’t wait to see who shows up this year!
Practice ranging and shooting different yardages (not just 20, 30 and 40 yards) to prepare for when that first deer steps out.
Trying to empty the freezer for this year’s harvest? Here’s a quick and easy deer steak recipe!
Q & A of the Week:
Question: How high do you hang your treestands?
Answer: It depends on how much cover the tree has, the terrain, and other factors. However, typically we like to hang our Summits about 20 feet high.