Learning how to use a climbing tree stand could gain you a large advantage and improve your hunting results. Tree stands allow you the opportunity to rise above the forest floor, which gives you a much better field of view. The portability of a climbing tree stand also provides this exceptional opportunity without the limitations of a stationary stand.
You can follow your prey to an ideal location and then set up your stand rather than having to wait in one place in hopes that the animal will come to you.There are some challenges associated with this versatile solution and it is a good idea to become acquainted with these before deciding if this is the method you want to try. It is important to note that hunting in grassland or desert areas will render a tree stand useless because the stand requires a strong, sturdy tree to climb above your hunting area.
Although there is a growing variety of tree stands available today, each of them has three essential components: the foot platform, sitting stand, and safety harness.
If you’ve put any considerable amount of time into hunting coyotes, then I’m sure you’ve told yourself there’s got to be a better way.
These sly creatures seem to have a knack for eluding hunters, no matter how many tricks we try in order to bag a triple every time we go out to the stand.
Trust me, I feel your pain. That’s why I wanted to explore another ‘yote hunting strategy today; one that doesn’t involve the use of callers and decoys.
Rather than debating over e-callers or hand callers and then trying to decide the perfect cal sequence to draw the coyotes out of hiding, just skip that whole mess entirely.
Today we’re going to explore how to bait coyotes in order to draw them out to a designated spot without having to use caller.
This does take some time and effort beforehand, but if you’re hunting in an area where coyotes are call shy from too many seasons of overly enthusiastic hunters then hunting over bait is just another trick up your sleeve.