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Title: Bow Hunting Whitetail Deer


1
Bow Hunting Whitetail Deer
  • By James Bleecker

2
Interview
  • I interviewed my dad.
  • He said the main objects to being successful is
    stand placement, shot placement, and to pay
    attention, always keep your eyes moving, even if
    your mind is not paying attention.

3
Equipment
  • Bow
  • Arrows
  • Broadheads
  • Camouflage
  • Boots
  • Cover scent
  • Knife
  • Rope
  • Treestand and Tree steps/ground blind
  • Grunt call/Rattle bag
  • Attractant scent
  • Quiver
  • Matches/Lighter
  • Ribbon
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • Map
  • Saw

4
Cost
  • The license and tags plus that of equipment will
    consist of most of the cost.
  • Over the span of a couple years the cost of bow
    hunting will grow and grow.

5
Cost Continued
  • It all depends on what quality equipment you buy.
    The better the equipment the more expensive the
    cost, the cheaper the less the cost will be.
  • If you have a tight budget you can still go
    hunting. Just go and buy decent stuff and try to
    find good deals.

6
When
  • You bow hunt for whitetails in early fall to the
    beginning of gun season, then after gun season
    the late season opens for deer.

7
Skills
  • Skills you will need are
  • The ability to sit still
  • The ability to BE QUIET
  • You have to be quiet getting to and from your
    stand
  • You have to be quiet in your stand
  • You need to be able to shoot a bow and arrow
    accurately
  • You need to know how to track

8
Shot Placement
  • You want to hit the vitals on the deer.
  • Vitals include
  • Heart
  • Lungs
  • Liver
  • If you hit any of these parts you will usually
    kill the animal.

9
Stand Placement and Scouting
  • Good stand places are places like funnels and
    crick crossings as well as fence lines, field
    edges, marshes, swamps, and acorn flats are good
    places.
  • What to look for when finding a stand location
  • Rubs
  • Scrapes
  • Trails
  • Tracks
  • Sheds
  • Droppings

10
Fitness
  • You dont have to be in great shape but you want
    to have some sort of stamina
  • If you want to be lazy dont walk very far from
    the truck, and use a four-wheeler to pull your
    deer out.
  • If you want to be ahead of those lazy people and
    shoot big bucks. Get in the most isolated place
    possible.
  • You dont want bad hunters to screw up your hunt.

11
Conclusion
  • In conclusion, deer hunting is fun and exciting.
    You get to be in nature and witness the wonders
    the outdoors. The adrenaline rush you get when
    that deer steps out in your opening is cant be
    described, and seeing your deer laying on the
    trail ahead of you is the best feeling in the
    world. Hunting is something that will never go
    away

12
Bibliography
  • www.whitetialdeerhunting.com\
  • www.outdoorlife.com
  • www.feildandstream.com
  • My dad
  • Myself

13
Questions
  • What equipment is needed?
  • Where can you do this activity?
  • How much does it cost? Can anyone do it?
  • Fitness? Is it necessary to be in shape?
  • What skills are necessary?
  • Where do you want to shoot the deer?
  • What do you look for when scouting?
  • When do you bow hunt?
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