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Uploaded on Oct 7, 2011
This Hunting Tip by http://www.muddcreek.com/ shows you how to mark your distances for archery hunting with a range finder so that you are already prepared for when a deer or elk comes into your Kill Zone. You can effectively mark trees and know your distances for a full radius around your location so that you can easily gauge how far the animal is from you when you are ready to make a shot with your bow. This will help you avoid detection by limiting the movements you make when you see that monster buck or even a doe. This can really be used for any type of big game hunting including bear, predators, turkey, and more. It is good to predetermine how far everything is before you have to make the shot and make mental notes with the landmarks around you.