Scouting in the Post Season

Though hunting season may be over, that doesn’t mean the deer go into hibernation. Deer remain active all through the year, so you need to continue monitoring their behavior even after the season ends. You can monitor them with trail cameras, or by paying attention to paths in the woods you normally hunt. Set up…

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How to Protect your Blind in the Off Season

When hunting season comes to a close, you have the choice to take your blind down or leave it up (if your state laws allow that.) While leaving your blind out in the elements might seem like a bad idea, our Stump blinds are built to last. Our blinds are weather resistant and can withstand…

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What to Do When You’re Lost

Getting lost in the woods is a big safety concern for hunters. Every hunter should have the knowledge required to get themselves out of that situation. Make sure you have the tools you need before you venture out on any hunting trip. Find North There are ways to get your bearings and find your direction…

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Predator Hunting 101

Predator hunting is a necessary activity to ensure the safety of pedestrians and domestic animals when the predators get a little too close to urban areas. Coyotes are a main source of fear when it comes to household pets and our Stump blinds can help you hunt them once you’ve filled your deer tags for…

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Winter Survival

Hunting safety is priority number one, and a hunter should always go into the woods prepared. Always venture out with your survival essentials: pocketknife, matches/lighter, map and compass, headlamp, sunglasses/sunscreen, raincoat, extra clothes, food, water (and purification), first aid kit (with whistle). If you’re still lost and your map isn’t helping you, here’s what to…

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