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What NOT to do as you prepare for Fall Hunting Season

As spring starts to turn to summer, you’ll see plenty of stories designed to help you prepare for the fall hunting season. But it’s also important to know what not to do.

Realtree’s “Brow Tines and Backstrap” blog has a helpful list of seven big mistakes that hunters should avoid as they make their preparations. Among them:

  • Hanging a deer stand too close to the start of the season could ruin that site for months to come, since the noise of that activity could scare deer away.
  • Getting overconfident about your plan is not a good idea. Instead, plan for the unexpected, and remember that deer’s movements and patterns can change at any time.
  • Regulations can change from one year to the next, so it would be a mistake to be complacent and assume that the regulations in your area are automatically the same as last year.

At PotlatchDeltic, we are all about helping hunters succeed, and in helping them find a homebase for all their activities. If you are interested in buying a recreational property to call your own, it would be a mistake to procrastinate.

If you start your property search now, working with one of the experts in the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network, you could own your own land by fall. Then, you could use it as a place for your camp as you consider long-term uses like building a cabin. Contact one of our brokers today to get the ball rolling.


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