Treestands and Ground Blinds

August is tree stand safety month. Here are some tips from Daniel Schmidt about staying safe up in the tree while getting your big deer this fall. Also, Mark Kayser shares some information about Precision Hunter Ammo from Hornady.
Deer Talk Now. Season 6. Episode 19.

Anytime you are elevated in a stand while hunting you need to be safe. That means hanging your treestand the correct way, wearing a safety harness, using a lifeline and taking your time. Steve Bartylla‚Äč is adamant about safety and gives us a few pointers on better safety in the woods during hunting

Your entry and exit routes are incredibly important for the best deer hunting success, especially on small tracts. Steve Bartylla provides great tips for low-impact access for better deer hunting.

Is there a right or wrong way to shoot your bow when hunting from high places? Dan Schmidt and Gordy Krahn provide their thoughts on best practices, and Easton Archery's Gary Cornum provides insights on what makes the best arrow for bowhunting whitetails. Deer Talk Now. Season 6. Episode 2.

Watch this video to learn how to place stands for deer hunting to maximize success and minimize pressure.

Watch this video to learn how to hang tree stands for deer hunting like a pro.

Angle is everything when it comes to accuracy in bowhunting. Here are tips to help you nail it every time.

Two-man ladder stands are becoming a more popular choice with deer hunters. Here's why.

Tree stand placement plays a vital role in your hunting success, and many factors come into play. Understanding geography, thermals, and deer biology is a good place to start, as these will affect everything from wind patterns, scent control, and deer movement and behavior. This video gives you the primer on those elements and more to help you choose a successful stand placement.

In this episode of Deer and Deer Hunting TV, we offer hunters common-sense tips and helpful advice on how to be safe in a tree and avoid accidents.