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BAG DIRT AND LEAVES AROUND YOUR STAND OR BLIND

Shower with a scent-free soap before every hunting trip and keep your hunting clothes sealed in a plastic container or bag with leaves, dirt, and other ground debris from around your hunting area. Doing so allows your hunting clothing to take on the naturally-occurring scents that permeate your hunting location.

BEWARE OF THE “INSTANT DROP”

An animal that drops at the shot is more likely to run off than one that doesn’t go down but runs some distance and then falls. The animal that falls immediately might do so from shock, then recover and run. When an animal drops instantly, stay put and be prepared for a quick follow-up shot.

USE THE WIND

If you are hunting from a stand or blind, set it up in the beginning so the structure is downwind or at least crosswind of where you expect to see deer. Bowhunters on the ground know to pay close attention to wind direction, but some gun hunters ignore the wind and pay the price when a buck catches their scent and gives them the slip.

HUNT IN COMFORT

If some concealment is good, then maximum concealment is better. Texas Hunter Products offers the best selection and most practical all-weather deer blinds. Hunting Blinds by Texas Hunter Products are specifically designed for your comfort. Featuring Texas Hunter’s exclusive Hide-A-Way window system that maximizes game visibility while you remain fully hidden from the field of view.

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