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Last Post 15 Oct 2009 08:35 PM by Marine1. 3 Replies.
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04 Aug 2009 01:48 AM  
i am just getting into bow hunting  the question i have is how high up to put my tree stand.
i have always done the spot and stalk method with a rifle. can anyone help me with this
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04 Aug 2009 04:21 PM  
This is a matter of opinion but everyone I know gets up between 20 and 30 feet. If I am at the top of a ridge I go 20 feet but if I am down the hill just a little bit I will go 30.
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11 Aug 2009 03:34 PM  
It all depends on the available cover. If you can get settled in to a tree at 15ft and have nice branches around you that break up your silhouette than that is all the higher you need to go. If the tree is bare then you need to go higher. Just remember that as you go higher your shot angle also changes. Basically let the tree and the cover provided dictate the height that you go.
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15 Oct 2009 08:35 PM  
ive been stationed away for 4 years and come home and found im not as good a hunter as before i left its october here in missouri and i cant even get on a doe to shoot with my bow does anyone have some tips for me?
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