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One stand to another #6762415 05/12/17 05:32 PM
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If you shoot something at one stand, typically how far do you need to go from that one to set up at a new stand?


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Re: One stand to another [Re: DWADR] #6762994 05/13/17 12:50 PM
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Depends on how dense the property is and the set up. But I like to move at least 500 yards



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Originally Posted By: rickym
Depends on how dense the property is and the set up. But I like to move at least 500 yards
this, if its wide open country, will move quite a distance


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I have moved less than 100 yards away and had them come in. Just depends on the setup. Any break in the terrain can result in totally different results if you setup right. I have proved my hunting buddy wrong a few times. Confidence and intuition play a big part in calling.

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