If you want the formula for calculating the distance from up a tree vs. on the ground, you can't do any better than the pythagorean theorem: a^2 * b^2 = c^2. Let's assume you see a deer standing next to a tree that you know to be 20 yards out. Your stand height is 20 feet.
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I know that a rangefinder would solve any doubts or second guessing on this but How much of a difference is it from being on the ground then say being up 20ft in a treestand? Big? small? Is there a formula?? There has to be more yardage involved.? Does it change with the shooting angles?
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