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Most hunters are well aware of the techniques to employ when hunting deer, but newcomers and amateurs may need some deer hunting tips to get started down the right path in hopes of bagging that first buck. Here are some points to start with when hunting deer.

• Start early. You’ll notice that the hunting seasons are limited by dates but also be daylight hours. No guns are to be fired before sunrise or after sunset for the safety of all hunters involved. However, one of the best deer hunting tips you can follow is to start early. You should be in your deer stand or hunting blind before sunrise. Getting there that early will diminish the possibility of being noticed by the deer and allow you to be in place when the first specimens begin coming out for a drink and a bite to eat as the sun rises.

• Stay late. Those who have gathered knowledge and give out deer hunting tips frequently will tell you that the best times to bag a deer are sunrise and sunset. The lighting at these times of the day can actually confuse the sight of the deer, and they will be out in greater numbers because, aside from filling their stomachs at these times as a rule, they will be less likely to see you.

• Avoid scents. Do not wear perfume, cologne, after shave, or even strongly scented deodorant. Keep unnatural smells to a minimum so that you disrupt the highly sensitive sense of smell that a deer has as little as possible. Human smells spook these animals easily, and one of the best deer hunting tips to keep in mind is to let the wilderness cover your smell. This is one of the few times in life you may be better off showering later rather than in the morning before entering the woods.

• Most of all, keep in mind that silence is the key. While you are out there to have fun with your friends, deer also have a keen sense of hearing and anything above a whisper (and even a whisper if it is a particularly quiet day) can be heard by many cautious deer. This is the most important tip among deer hunting tips, as even the slightest sound as you are lining up for a shot can lose that prized buck for you.

While there are more detailed tips available to make sure you get the most out of your trip, these deer hunting tips are the basics and will get you started down the road to success and enjoyment as a deer hunter.



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