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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Walk Like a Whitetail Deer

In order to increase your whitetail deer hunting skill, learn to walk like a whitetail deer in the woods, instead of walking like a typical plodding human. Learn to copy the pace and style of a whitetail deer's movements by watching deer from your tree stand. See how they react to other animals approaching them. Most non-threatening animals like whitetail deer, squirrels, armadillo, raccoons and opossums, walk softly and they stop every few steps to re-evaluate their surroundings or graze. Whitetail deer will stop, eat, look around, nibble, look around again and then take a few more steps before stopping again to re-evaluate. We can copy this technique by taking a few steps and stopping for about 30 seconds to look around for whitetail deer movement. It takes about 20 minutes to travel what would normally be a 5 minute walk, but it does work and you will be surprised at the whitetail deer you might happen upon. Of course, you want to be sure that the wind is in your face or, at least, calm. This technique has allowed me to get close to whitetail deer when still-hunting or walking to my deer blind. When exercising this technique, Iíve had whitetail fawns walk with-in 15 yards of me without seeing me, and Iíve been able to walk up within 30 yards of mature whitetail deer. You can definitely increase your whitetail deer hunting success if you utilize this proven technique.
 
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