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November, 2015 Archive

Outdoor Channel Reviews Summit Tree Stand Climbing Viper SD

Hunter Cory Yarmuth wasn’t a fan of climbing tree stands until he saw the Summit Viper SD.  “Weighing in at 20 pounds [its] one of the lightest climbers around,” said Yarmuth. “Climbing with the stand was easy and the adjustments on the climbing cables were simple and quiet. I was able to get much higher in the tree than with a standard hang-on or ladder stand.” Welded aluminum construction results in a tree stand that quieter to climb, and the adjustable seat, cushioned armrests, and padded climbing seat bar makes it “the most comfortable stand that I have had the pleasure to use.”

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QDMA Article: Deer Can See You Even When They’re Eating

Here’s an interesting experiment: the next time you eat, place your food on the table and lower your nose to touch your food. Now, try looking around. What you see doesn’t compare to a deer’s line of vision, which encompasses a much wider scope than our own. Thanks to the deer’s horizontally elongated pupils, they have a 300-degree panoramic view of their surroundings (compared to our limited 120-degree visual field). Plus, their eyes are able to rotate in different directions—a function called “cyclovergence.” For this reason, taking aim while deer graze isn’t advised.

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0 Comments | Posted in Hunting Tips and Tricks By Natalie Laseter

Outdoor Life Reviews the Best New Hang-On Tree Stands

Named an “Outdoor Life Great Buy,” Summit’s Peak is the ultimate choice for tree stand comfort. “The height-­adjustable, trampoline-style seat will keep posteriors happy, and it silently lifts out of the way for standing shots,” making this tree stand ideal for all-day hunting trips. Its integrated footrest and padded armrest add to the comfy appeal of this hang-on tree stand, and at this price point, is one of the most affordable, high-quality products on the market. 

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Grand View Outdoors: 14 Things You Didn’t Know About Buck Rubs

Every deer season, hunters anticipate their first sighting of a fresh buck rub. It marks the beginning of mating rituals that render bucks less cautious than normal—and thus the signal that hunting season is in full force. Most hunters know that deer deposit scent (i.e., primer pheromones) when they scrape their antlers against trees, but did you know that different types of rubs indicate buck maturity, size, and behavior patterns? 

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Petersen’s Bowhunting: Summit Raptor Series Hawk Hang On

“The rubber coated Talon Bracket is strapped to the tree with a tough webbing strap and, once in place, allows the hunter to haul up the stand and install it in less than 30 seconds,” says Petersen’s Bowhunting’s review of the Summit Raptor Series Hawk Hang On. “Another advantage of the Talon Bracket System is the ability to purchase multiple brackets and place them on trees at a variety of hunting locations,” allowing hunters to ambush game from different trees.

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