tree stand for deer, ground blind for turkey. Only problem is my blind isn't big enough to shoot my bow with the door closed.... Never attempted a stalk before other than squirrels.
Bow Madness 3G - Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, B-Stinger 10" Sport Hunter Xtreme Stabilizer,
NAP Apache Rest, Copper John Mark I 5 Pin Sight w/Dead Nuts 3 Micro Adjust Kit and Light,
STAN SX2 Release, and ABB Premium Full Set Strings. Shooting Gold Tip XT Hunter Arrows.
Hmm in New Zealand it is very hard to find animals that will come into a feed plot or anything our country is open after from the bush, all my hunting in new zealand is spot and stalk with great sucess i have bow hunted since i was a kid and never sat in a blind or tree stand, we have whitetails in NZ to which are crafty little buggers which are my difficult. then we got the red stags which in the roar "bugle" you can call them in to a certain degree, then the alpine animals such as tahr and chamoi which you have to spot and talk throught high alpine grasses and rocky outcrops.
because I get bored easily.I like the idea because I like power hiking and taking photos already.I could end up like a buddy who got into fly fishing though-it took him until halfway through his 2nd season to catch his first fish.
It obviously takes more patience than I'll ever have to wait silently for hours in a blind.
I get to impatient to stalk, tried it many times and end up pushing deer instead of stalking deer.
I do enjoy my tree stand time, it's the only time I get to read a book or just sit back, relax and do nothing, if a deer wanders in all the better..