With Your Buckpole.net Guide: Jon Book
September comes early for the deer hunter and it is that time of year to get out and check the blind, and the area around it.
A lot can change from season to season in cover and growth that takes place while were fishing.
Get in your tree stand or ground blind and take a look around, there will be some changes you will need to make, like cutting new growth or moving some fallen branches. Do it with out making too much difference. We don't want to change any deer habits, especially if there is a good buck in your area.
Make sure the path you use to get to your blind is clear of dead branches or anything that might make your entry a noisy one.
Do your homework well and it will pay in big dividends and big racks.