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Bowhunting Tips For Mountain Forest
Hunting in rough mountain forest it is sometimes necessary to cross trails or walk beside trails to get to your stand.This could be necessary wherever you hunt.Especially when hunting near bedding areas and during the rut,where deer movement can be random.Deer will eventually cross your entry trail.I have seen deer cross my entry trail within an hour or less and not smell me.This was during dry conditions.Although moisture increases a deers ability to detect scent,i believe my system will still work. I base this on an experience i had one year.It was a late season hunt with about 2 inches of snow on the ground.I had just got set up when a doe came around the hill and crossed my entry trail.She must have noticed the large tracks in the snow,then she began smelling them.She followed my tracks like a dog on a trail for about 15 yards,to where i turned up the hill to my stand.
Survival tips When you’re in a spot of trouble, take a deep breath and keep a clear head. The mistake that many people make in life-or-death situations is getting their priorities wrong. Think, before you act. The phrase you use to remind yourself is: PROTECTION, RESCUE, WATER, FOOD. These are the absolute basics you need to survive. And survival now needs to become your number one goal. So here we go-down to business. PROTECTION: whether it’s from the elements, dangerous animals or imminent hazards, protection is your number one priority in a survival situation. CLOTHING: Clothing is your first...
Natural Jute vs Synthetic Thread Ghillie Suit
Natural Jute vs Synthetic Threads There are two basic types of materials used to make a ghillie suit: jute strands and synthetic strands. Jute is a natural material, and synthetic material is man-made. Both types of ghillie suits are popular, and both have their advantages and disadvantages. Natural Jute Ghillie Suit Made with natural jute strand material Heavier weight keeps you warmer in cold climates Traditional ghillie suit material, proven as effective camouflage Must be coated with flame retardant Synthetic Ghillie Suit Lightweight Water-proof Rot-proof Mildew resistant Fire-retardant Washable Odor-less & Non-allergenic Although up close you might see minor differences...