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February 13, 2008

Track Your Kill with a Compass

Whenever I hunt deer from a tree stand—with either a bow or a rifle—I always keep a compass handy. After marking a kill on a deer, I keep my eyes fixed on the last spot where I saw the deer, then I take the compass bearing in degrees on that location. I climb down and follow the compass bearing to the blood trail. This helps me recover deer in thick cover or as foul weather approaches.
Thomas Paquin, via e-mail


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