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Tricks for Hunting Dee

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PostPosted: Fri 1:43, 19 Nov 2010    Post subject: Tricks for Hunting Dee

Deer hunting,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], an art and a sport, has many tricks which the novice should try to discover as soon as possible. Some of these essential tips and tricks are outlined below.
In the mountain area of the west, the white-tail deer gives way to other species. The former have never learned to make the annual migration that is necessary in a region of heavy snow fall and as a result the mule deer is in possession of the area. In the few localities where the Virginia deer is found, it is necessary to use slightly different hunting methods.
Difficult travel conditions and greater visibility in the more open woods force the successful hunter to use glasses for spotting game at a distance,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], and long-range guns equipped with telescope sights are needed in order to shoot deer which are often in,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], or across, ravines where any chance of a close approach would be almost impossible.
Similar conditions exist in the open, near desert country of the southwest where most of the deer will be found in the brush-filled ravines, and cover for successful stalking is almost nonexistent.
I know that the cry of a fawn will call a doe during the summer months,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], yet I have never heard this call in the hunting season. The fawns are large enough to be on their own at this time and the doe has other things on her mind. I have halted running deer by imitating the cry of a fawn,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], but I have also stopped them by making other sounds. I have found that if a deer hears any sound that it cannot immediately locate and identify, it will stop and make sure that it is not heading into danger.
I have never used any of the commercial scents to attract deer,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], but any scent that is based on sexual attraction should be effective if properly prepared and used.
The use of deodorizers to remove or disguise the man scent can do no harm, unless the substance used is something that is repulsive to deer.
I have tried to conceal my odor by adding the odor of deer and I am sure that this practice has aided my hunting at times. I usually add the deer odor by obtaining the glands that are located on the inner side of the back legs of a doe and rubbing these glands on my clothing. The odor from these tufts of hair is strong and distinctive enough to hide the human odor, and, as it is a natural deer odor, it is not offensive to the deer.
While bearing this scent, I have had bucks follow my trail for long distances and nothing except lack of patience prevented me from shooting some of them. I would lay a trail and then I would fail to wait long enough for them to overtake me.
I am sure that it was not just a coincidence that they followed my trail, for on one occasion, a buck followed me across an open field to within two hundred yards of my house before he decided that he was wasting his time. I had waited for him for over an hour and then I had left the stand to go to the house for something to eat. The big disadvantage in making a scent trail, such as this,[link widoczny dla zalogowanych], is that a man can never be sure that a buck will find and follow the trail.
With time and experience, you will add to the information I have outlined above, and become an even more effective deer hunter than you are now.

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