It's always interesting to hear the stories from the elders in my community about the "old ways" of hunting and how the deer were viewed as majestic animals and known as "brothers" along with all animals who share the bounties of mother earth. I think it's safe to say that we (hunters and outdoorsman)still keep that tradition going as we enter their world.Not saying the Native Americans werent good hunters bc they were indeed. But there were also a heck of a lot more deer back then ya know?
Just because there were more deer doesn't mean it was easier to kill'em. You know what they used for covering their scent?........smoke. Weird.Not saying the Native Americans werent good hunters bc they were indeed. But there were also a heck of a lot more deer back then ya know?
I started hunting 4 years ago and i have bagged some big bucks on the ground and in a stand. In a stand you can see a lot farther and your scent is off the ground. In a blind you have to hunt with the wind but inside you can move around a little more and in a stand your a little more visable i like bothok just curious what the advantages are of both its seems alot of people here like using tree stands whats wrong with being on the ground am i missing something??