Summit Journal

Ground Blinds for Gobblers

Four keys to success for a blind-based turkey season.

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Five Reasons to Take Down Your Stands in the Off-Season

There are a million things we would rather be doing this spring than taking down our treestands, just to have to put them back up again in a few months. But there's a few reasons that will make it worth it.

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Summit Introduces New Stands, Accessories at 2020 ATA Show

Summit introduces a new hang-on stand, two new ladder stands, an all-new tripod stand and a load of great accessories at the 2020 ATA Show.

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7 Climbing-Stand Accessories That Enhance Your Hunt

If you already own a climber or are in the market for a new one, here are some accessory options that can make your hunts more productive.

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Early Season Stand Placement: Watering Holes

Early season typically means hot weather and thirsty deer, so don’t overlook water holes for early success.

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Trimming Shooting Lanes

Many well-hidden stands need a little trimming done around them to ensure a clear shot, but don’t get carried away or you could ruin your hotspot. 

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Treestand Prep For Fall Success

Here’s four treestand chores that need your attention now.

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Archery Practice from a Treestand

You can stack arrows on top of each other at 40 yards from the ground, but are you practicing like you’ll hunt to ensure success this fall?

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Small Plot Stands Are Killer For Big Bucks

Using small food plots in strategic locations to attract target bucks.

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Spring Gobblers From Summit’s New Viper Ground Blind

Our friends at Bowsite.com were testing out a new Summit Viper ground blind this spring and captured some archery gobbler action on camera. Check out video and ground blind review here! 

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