Trails leading in and out of seriously thick briars, vines, tangles, swampy areas, etc. may be a good thing to look for.
You're looking for the deer activity, the travel routes the food sources and the areas they bed in.Like I've said before, I'm very new to bowhunting. When I go out to an unfamiliar place to go hunting (a place I haven't had the opportunity to scout out), what things should I look for when trying to find a place to set up a treestand? geographic features? etc... Thanks!
A good size, sturdy, live tree. I like some cover, but thats not always available. If thats the case, I'll set up the stand and cut some small limbs that I tie to the tree. A few leafy branches will help conceal you from those prying eyes.Any tips on tree to stay away from?