Barringer, Bernie
October 2016
Whitetail Journal;Oct2016, p80
The article offers information on the equipment for hunting used by mobile hunters. It mentions the use of portable climbing sticks by hunters along with a rangefinder. It also mentions the use of buck decoy, scrape drippers and trail cameras by hunters. It states that hunters should take variety of clothing for scouting and checking trail cameras.


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