1001 Hunting Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Successfully Taking by Lamar Underwood

By Lamar Underwood

400 pages of field-tested, illustrated, top-notch looking tips!

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The Hearst Corporation, Deer Hunter’s Almanac: A Complete Guide to Finding, Taking, and Preparing America’s Premier Game Animal, 1996 80. Tweak Your Climbing Stand to Make Less Noise Climbing stands are great tools to use for hunting through unfamiliar territory. They let you combine the mobility of still-hunting with the concealment and view of a stand. Their biggest drawback is that they tend to be noisy. You can reduce the noise your stand makes by modifying it slightly. Use bungee cords to secure the two pieces of your stand so that they don’t bang together as you walk.

Don’t Rely on Early Season Scouting Later in the Year Do the bulk of your deer scouting two or three weeks before the season. If you scout much earlier, foods, the stage of the rut, and deer movement patterns may change before opening day, invalidating your findings. —The Hearst Corporation, Deer Hunter’s Almanac: A Complete Guide to Finding, Taking, and Preparing America’s Premier Game Animal, 1996 42. Use a Sled to Haul Your Buck A cheap plastic sled makes short work of dragging deer out of the woods in snowy conditions.

30-30 with iron sights. The rifle triggered memories of the Daisy Red Ryder I had grown up using. When I was all set, Larry moved away to work another part of the ridge. At first light, the horizon was cut from steel—black lumps of white pines, the knife-like rim of a distant ridge looming above the forest. Without wind, the stillness seemed almost electric as I shivered in the cold, nervous to the raw edge at the thought of a buck coming my way. When the crows began to patrol, their raucous cries announcing that it was time for things to get moving, I detected the rustle of squirrels in the branches overhead.

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