5 Tips Randomize the Deer with an arrow
As you may know, bow hunting is a much different animal. Certainly different from gun hunting. When you choose to shoot with a bow, you are deliberately shortening your reach. It changes the game in a subtle way.
Actually, it’s probably more sporty-like to hunt with arrows over a rifle. You night out the playing field between you and the deer.
However, since this change is profitable, you will need all the help you can get to pocket the deer with your cross (especially if you are a stormtrooper). Here are five tips you can take with you into the forest.
1. Do not Stink
We all know that you like the detergent. Do not use it on your hunting clothes. Just throw some baking soda into the washing machine. Also, same goes for fabric softener. Deer can smell new clothes from a mile away. Special scented clothing.
You smoke? Chew? What is tobacco? Do not you will not only save your health, but you will not smell tobacco. Sorry to say it, but deer rely on their sniffer more than you might think. And the tobacco smell spelled “H.U.M.A.N.” more than on your own B.O.
And, finally, drop some deer scent nearby. Disturb them with the musk. They will mature for that.
Do it all calmly. Be like molasses. Or laziness. Or laziness made from molasses.
You do not want to give your position to any deer. Suppose you have an enemy fighter approaching your position and you can not give your hiding place. It’s important you do not make noise.
When the deer is within range, gently release safety on your crossbow. Do not click. Be very soft. Treat like a woman.
3. Find the Wind
Have you ever been up against the stomach wind? If so, you know what it’s like to be a deer against the wind from you. Deer can smell the fragrance. So, it is almost impossible to hide the scent of a deer.
Unless you are upwind from the deer. Here’s the trick. Lick your finger, stick it. Find the wind. Which way to blow? Now, you may have to observe an area before you know this, but discover how the deer approach your preferred hunting ground. How do they move? Now, position yourself from their approach. You are sure to eliminate the danger seen by the scent.
4. Be Invisible
In a gun hunt, camouflage is really just there to make you feel like a cool hunter. But in a bow hunt, it’s actually a useful tool.
Camouflage is designed to blur your outline. It will never make you completely invisible until we actually build the invisible cloak. (People are actually working on it.) But, if you use camo with blurred lines, camo types with leaves and jagged lines, you will be invisible to the deer.
5. Early Birds Getting a Buck
You are a presence. Humans interfere with their environment every time they get into it. This is why nature photographers must settle before they can catch an animal. The same concept applies to hunting.
You want to get to that area, stalk your place, and stay at least an hour before sunrise. In this way, the forest will calm down and the deer will be easier.
Conclusion: Hunting Basics
Many hunters are arrogant and forget to get back to basics. Do not forget the basics when hunting. And get your own money!