Sierra wrote:Thanks Kellory for the idea. I just had to buy a new suv so funds are limited, but the idea sounds cool and I will check them out for next year. Nice to see a neighbor on here, I am in Delaware. There is a Menards in Marion, and I am heading up there today. I didn't know they had hunting stuff, all I knew of them is from NASCAR. I can price them at least and see what I think. Another thought I had was getting permission to place a new ladder stand at a place of my choosing, for next year after my winter and spring scouting. I could find a good comfy one. (The ones there don't look very comfy).
I do have binoculars! They are not the best but decent and will work for the moment until I can upgrade them. I keep them in my truck as well so I never forget them. I should take some time to sit out there and just watch the field some more. I am generally on the move when I am out there. I don't know what that harness is you mean but I will find out. Speaking of harnesses, what would you recommend for a stand harness? I am nervous of falling out now that I have committed myself to using it.
A few more questions popped into my head. Do you use a call to stop a moving deer, or hope they will stop or slow down? When I practice shooting, I do practice taking my shot quickly. I have a call I can use and I will practice with it. Here is my silliest question. I have to accept physical limitations to being female. I am strong, but I am concerned about putting a deer in my vehicle. Do you guys just muscle them in, or do you have some sort of aid? Or should I talk to Mike (landowner) and find out when he will be there to hope for some help with it? Maybe I will be so pumped up I will just pitch it in there like wonder woman. grrr!
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