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    Default early warning system

    Early warning system for game is the wind first.
    Most game animals eneywhere have finely tuned senses
    of smell,hearing ect.
    But one thing hear in parts of Australia is if you are walking stalking
    deer is the early warning system they have called,not just the wind
    blowing your Body sent up their nose,but the local bird life and the kangaroos.
    the problem with "walk and stalk"with deer is not just disturbing
    local bird life and kangaroos jumping up out of long grass 10 meters
    in frount of you,And flocks of cockies fly out of a tree near by,squarking like
    banshies,but walking around a lot. also leaves your human scent throughout
    the deers habitat.
    So ambush at water holes in a natural blind is good,for goats
    and boars .high stands are good for deer.better then walk and stalk...sometimes

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    Of course blinds,natural or stands up a tree
    they are set up to view areas reguarly used by deer
    water holes,game trails that looked used,and feeding areas.
    up in a tree stand has a advantage of might reduce the deers chance
    of smelling the hunter.and of course you can see around more what's
    comeing in range.
    Now ive only hunted deer a few times in my life!
    But ive hunted and killed LOTS of wild goats and boars
    and culled and hunted kangaroos that i need a special permit for.
    goats and boars are easy compared to walkn stalking some
    types of deer.there are lots of deer in parts of Australia.

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    Up in a stand it gives a trophy hunter bit more time to assess
    the quality of the deer ,and you can watch the deer to see how
    they go about...my self,im no trophy hunter..meat,and hides for me!
    But i guess that could be seen as a "trophy"the animals still had to die
    to get what i wanted from it.
    I realy do fill better about killing my own meat then eating
    slaughter house meat full of crap from the supermarkets.
    all tho i buy from my local butcher at times.just to help surport
    locals.

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