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RedShaft
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I hunt low allot.
Like 7-12ft. Sometimes I go to 14-15. But not often.
A climbing stand will screw you most times. Think limbs.

A hang on is where it's at for hunting low and tucking yourself into neat little spots with cover below you..

It best to set up so the come quartering past you n then shoot. On set up so the truck in kinda between you n them
Somewhat. Or there is another tree there to hid you that close to the one your in. I have little trouble and I hunt heavily hunted pa public lands.

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Steve D
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Effective method if done correctly. Common sense and woods wiseness when and where to use.
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Clint B.
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I hunt higher, but I could see the advantage of being only 5-10 feet up the right tree and opposed to being on the ground. It would allow me a better chance of seeing the deer before he sees me, so I could get ready. The right tree would be off to the side of the trail with other trees to screen me. A split trunk tree would work great.
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