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How much does everyone tinker with their deer stands or areas in which they hunt the most? I know i all ways say I should do th

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  • matouse3
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    Yeah, I try to think about what I would like to change based on my scouting during late season and in the winter and then make some moves in early August. Mainly just trimming up lanes, and adding at least one more stand. Then, like Del, I try to stay out of there the best that I can, except for the occasional check of the trail cams.

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  • Del in KS
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    I might go by in August and cut shooting lanes. After that I stay away until the day I hunt there. Just slip in and climb a good preselected tree with my Summit Goliath climbing stand and spend the day. Experience shows that usually see the most deer first time then fewer each time after that. Deer definitely wise up to a stand fast.

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  • How much does everyone tinker with their deer stands or areas in which they hunt the most? I know i all ways say I should do th

    How much does everyone tinker with their deer stands or areas in which they hunt the most? I know i all ways say I should do this and do that, but I always find less is more.

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