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Tip #15
In the late season when looking for hot does in cover, scout for scrapes that have been reopened.
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Tip #14
Now that snow has fallen, look for where deer have pawned for mast. It could be worth setting up your spot there since the deer may come back to the same area and feed again. 
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Tip #12 & #13
When scouting early summer and fall, do not forget to cover yourself in tick repellent. Tick diseases have been known to shut people down for the entire hunting season.

Getting to your tree stand undetected is of the utmost importance. If you think you’re going to fool deer by entering in the cover of darkness you’re only fooling yourself. Cover your entry using a curtain of forest or a creek. 
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Tip #10 & #11

You know the term 'less is more' - well that is not the case when it comes to concealing blinds. Maximize your coverage.

Tempt bucks to come into your hunting area with a deer decoy or by calling.
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Tip #9

Trimming shooting lanes; know the laws in your hunting location before trimming shooting lanes. 

Clear your shooting lanes in the summer, not during season. Mature bucks could become aware of fresh cut timber. If you must make a cut, fade it out with scent spay and with your tools on the ground at times, spray them as well. 
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