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Setting up in advance will allow deer to familiarize with the blind (if

Well comouflaged ground blind to hunt dearsdetected) and be sure that there's no threat. Of course you must do as most possible to hide your blind (see next point) but even smalls sings of your presence on the area might scare deer, making them to leave; so the

most time the blind is set up, more the success chances.

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Another thing to keep in mind is how often you go out for hunting. If you are an occasional hunter, folder knifes may be a good option since they are easy to transport and handle; but if you go out to the bushes very often, Full Tang Blade Hunting Knifeperhaps the best choice is a fixed blade knife because such design tends to be stronger and more reliable.

In the case of folder knives the most important feature it's the locking mechanism because fails on the lock are critical and may render the knife useless.

If you decide for a folder knife it will be mandatory to choose an expensive one, built by a reputable company, otherwise your knife will not last longer.

Although folder knives might be easier to carry, fixed blade knives tend to be stronger, cheaper and more reliable, thus it's not a surprise that most hunters make of fixed blade their main choice.

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Human odor is your enemy; deer will detect your presence even before seeing anything, thus hide your odor as much as possible, beginning at home.

Deer blind to hide yourself and have some shelterRegarding the above mentioned, wash your hunting clothes with scent free soap and keep it on sealed, plastic bags until the moment to wear them; on your way to the hunting area, put some leaves, ground debris and soil into the bag and seal it again. This will help you to acquire the local
area odors.

4. Still trying to beat the deer sense of smell, pick up with you an odor eliminator. Use it prior to wear your clothes but don't leave it behind; take it with you and use a little bit more once stalking those deers. The more you do to hide your human odor, more the chances to succeed.

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Now on the woods it's time to use each single existing technique to give you an edge over your catch; so you may try one or more of the following options:

Trail camera in placeTrail Cameras: It's like magic since they allow you a 24 hours presence without been
there physically. Place a couple of cameras near food and water sources where animals are expected to be, and the show starts!

The detailed analysis of your memory card information will allow you to create behavior patterns of potential catches on your area, thus you will be able to be present at the right place on the right moment.

It's exciting so far! But remember, the keyword here is patience ...

Attract your Catches: Once you have studied and selected the area it's time to attract your catch towards you; i.e. if you are going behind deers, mineral licks are a good option. Follow the directions and you will see how deers comes to you shortly.

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1. Turkeys are a very prolific specie, with a growing population in all U.S. states except Alaska and Hawaii, where there's not an extensive turkeys population.

2. Even when it's everyday more frequent to see groups up to 50 individuals in fields, roadways and roadsides, to hunt a turkey is not easy due to their particular "six sense".

3. It's an extremely territorial critter; so when you detect a turkey scouting an area, you'll probably find it there when you come back.

4. Turkeys have an intricated communication system, so their noises are not to show you their possition but to call other sex individuals, send an alert and so on. Then, to succeed on turkey hunting, you must be familiar with all kinds of "turkey sounds" in order to properly interprect their meaning and act in consquence.

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