The Most Important Thing to Do Before You Go Hunting

We love hunting and we love keeping our hunting spots a secret. However, it is O.K. to call your mother, aunt, or grandfather before stepping in the woods. Letting a trustworthy person know your location can save your life in an unexpected event. Let them know where you parked and the direction you traveled from your vehicle. Most important, the time you expect to be back!

As a hunter, never put trust in your cell phone and plan like it does not exist! You may lose service or not have the capabilities to use it in an event you are injured.

For more hunting tips, check out this article – 3 Mistakes I Made Bow Hunting in a Ground Blind .

Justin J. Lind

May 2018
White Buffalo Outdoors

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