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Summit Journal - Hunting Tips and Tricks

7 Simple Steps for Better Treestand Maintenance

Just don’t find yourself sacrificing a safe hunt next year because you don’t want to spend a little extra time taking your stands down for maintenance.

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Stay Warm Hunting with Summit’s Heated Seat

If you’re planning on spending time in a treestand or blind this hunting season, consider adding Summit’s electric heated seat to your gear. It’s a decision that’s certain to give you a nice warm feeling this deer season.

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5 Tips for Hunting the October Lull

Oh, the dreaded October lull. Most hunters get frustrated during this time, and assume there is no choice but to wait in out and start up hunting again closer to November, but if you hunt it right, the October lull can present one of the best opportunities to fill your tag.

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Finding the Perfect Tree For Your Treestand

Choosing the right tree is an important part of a successful hunt. Here are a few things you should consider when scouting for that perfect tree.

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Stand Placement: Tips for Using the Wind to Hunt Mature Bucks

Wind direction is key to any successful whitetail hunt, but playing the wind is a craft in itself. Although every situation is different, these tips for using the wind to hunt mature bucks can be a game changer.

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Tips for hanging tree stands pre-season

Timing and placement are key factors when it comes to hanging tree stands. These pre-season tree stand-hanging tips will help ensure you and your tree stands are set up for success when the season arrives. 

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The Herald: How to Play It Safe This Deer Season

Hunting safety is top priority for hunter Bill Harvey, and in his opinion, Summit Treestands offers the best equipment to keep sportsmen safe from falls—as well as the ultimate guide to tree stand safety.

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

Field & Stream: An Expert’s Guide to Hunting from a Tree Stand or Ground Blind

Looking the perfect deer hunting setup? Search no further. Expert hunter Bob Robb offers his ultimate guide for hunting from tree stands and ground blinds inside this article from Field & Stream

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Grand View Outdoors: How to Bag Bucks on Power Lines

What’s your strategy for locating the biggest bucks? For Grand View Outdoors writer Gerald Almy, it’s placing his tree stand above power line clearings. Here, abundant shelter and food such as tender forbs, berries, shrubs, and saplings provide an oasis for whitetail deer. His tips for finding the right spot...

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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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