Shooting From Elevated Positions While Bowhunting

Published on August 2, 2016 by Alan Clemons

Deer & Deer Hunting editor Gordy Krahn gives tips on how to practice shooting from elevated positions without climbing into a tree stand. Krahn also provides tactics for practicing spot-and-stalk techniques. Plus the product of the day: Daniel Schmidt takes a look at the Millennium M-150 hang-on tree stand.

Deer Talk Now. Season 5, Episode 11. Original air date: Aug. 2, 2016. Shooting from Elevated Positions While Bowhunting.


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