Hunting from an elevated blind requires an additional skill set to hunting on the ground. You need to use calls effectively, adjust for the angle of elevation, and transition from sitting to standing as necessary. Follow the tips below and practice the techniques to for a successful hunting season using your Banks Outdoors Stump blind.…

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Trail cameras provide hunters with vital information about their deer herd. It can tell a hunter how big the herd is, what their eating, and what time of day they usually pass through the property. All of this information can set you up for a successful hunting season in the fall. We’ve suggested the top…

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Venison is a healthy alternative to other red meat like beef and pork. It’s pure protein and is just as tasty as its competitors. Better yet, it’s available in your own backyard. Check out these tips for storing, cooking, and preserving your venison. Storing After Harvest It is very important to properly store your venison…

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Predator animals like hogs, coyotes, and bobcats can threaten the deer herd in your area. These animals will hunt and take down the deer in your herd for their own harvest, severely diminishing the size of the deer population. Hunt these predator animals to protect your deer herd, ensure a healthy herd in the fall,…

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A healthy herd is vital if you want a successful hunting season. Positive herd health will result in quality venison, fair chase, and a stronger herd for next year. Keep an eye out for any indicators that your herd’s health is declining. Stay vigilant and correct any potential issues as soon as you identify them.…

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