Doing treestand and hunting blind prep before the Fall can play an important role in your hunting success.
This deer hunting tip for completing treestand and hunting blind prep by carefully planning your approach routes through cover may play a critical factor in not spooking those mature bucks when you start using your stands in the fall.
Some great pointers on preparations you can do before the season. Taking a covered approach is the most important one and will let you occupy each of your deer stands with as little disturbance of deer as possible. Planning out the route and clearing the trail through the treeline or brush will eliminate snapping branches and crunching deadfall to keep your trail as silent as possible.
Along with putting out those deer cameras, mock scrapes and scouting for that next perfect stand location consider your routes in and out and improve your odds of seeing that deer of a lifetime.
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