Bestul, Scott; Brantley, Will
August 2015
Field & Stream;Aug2015, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p55
The article offers several tips for deer hunting. It presents the views of deer hunter Chris Jorde on the same. It is stated that the odds of getting busted by other deer before the target buck shows hunter is just too high on a field. It is stated that hunter can kill 70 percent of their early-season bucks from ground blinds.


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