At this point – my adrenaline was pumping. My heart was beating like I had set my eyes on a mature buck. After a few deep breaths, I came to full draw, aimed, and squeezed the trigger on my release.
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While early-season bucks can be relatively simple to pattern, hunters still need to seal the deal by beating a buck’s best defense; his nose. And because early-season hunting is largely done with archery equipment, that means hunters need to get close. Scent-control is a must.
Controlling human odor while temperatures are still warm can be a challenge. Follow the five steps below, however, and the reward can be a trophy buck on the ground.