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Hello everyone, I'm a new member here at the deer hunting forums, a very nice setup that ya'll have here.

Anyways I'm a new bowhunter, straight out of the package, so I'm looking for some information, as in:

1. when does bowhunting start in my area? Rock Spring, Ga.
2. what type of no scents should i use? (that you have found effective)?
3. i have been granted to hunt on my x-father-in-laws land ( 58 acres, with tree-house stand that has been there since before the marriage and divorce) htis tree-house type of stand has no cover and is about 15' off the ground, would i need to provide covering for it, or should i not worry about it?
4. what type of sights and arrow rest should i use for a left handed bow? (cash is an issue here)
5. are there any good to decent links for green bowhunters?

I'm eager to hear what type of responses i get, and thank you in advance to everyone!!

((I'm not easily offended, so any constructive criticism is accepted :unsure:))


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((I'ma Lefty))
 

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Thanks for the response! seems I'm a little late to begin hunting this season. but i think I'll just go out and see what i can see. I'm not extreamly sure what to look for, but I'm guessing rutts, or scrapes. i have some deer scent lures and was given a few packs of clover. i may try planting these clovers around the stream bank, the land i hunt is pure farmland, with a woodland border around the back, with two streams running just past the woodlands.

~well my streak of bad luck continues. my mother( bless her soul) had a yard sale this weekend, and sold my treestand, which cost me about 70$ for 10$.. talk about strangeling parents ha!

Thanks for all that helpfull infomation tho! I'll try to do better next year.

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