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Last minute blind setup #8005055 10/10/20 04:19 PM
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I’m considering adding a tripod bow setup in a well established feeder location with a lot of activity. I know it’s late in the season, but is it possible to have minimal disruption to deer movement if I do minimal work in the area?

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It can work, I have done it before without any noticeable change to feeding patterns. Those were placed in locations tight to trees for cover though. Also make sure the wind is right or do not hunt it.


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