Preparation is the biggest key to deer hunting success, said David Green, manager of Inflight Outfitters (inflightoutfitters.com), a full-service hunting outfitting and guide service based on a 10,000-acre Twin Oaks Ranch in game-rich South Texas. If a hunter wants to see that buck and, just as important, be able to cleanly take it when the opportunity presents itself, he can greatly improve the odds by following a few pre-hunt tips. 3 When determining where to place a deer stand, try to place the stand where it overlooks a travel corridor or feeding area. Showering with scent-free soap should be standard procedure for deer hunters hoping to increase their odds of success.


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