Got my treestand up

jaywaptijaywapti Senior MemberPosts: 4,489 Senior Member
When we left our house it was brite and sunny, as we headed South rain, rain, & more rain, the road into my area was flooded in places with 2' of water, more like a swamp buggy trail than a road, the trail into the swamp was flooded and muddy, anyway we hauled the stand in about 3/8 of a mile and set it up. I'll be 16' up in a good area right on the edge of a mixed hardwood and Cypress hammuck. I can see further than I can shoot and behind me the hammuck is fairly open with a creek about 30yds away. It looks like a good spot with lots of deer and hog sign. When we were all done we were soaking wet, and mud up to our knees. All in all we had a great time. A bad day in the mud is better than a good day sitting around, at least it wasn't freezing.

JAY
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  • NNNN Senior Member Posts: 23,889 Senior Member
    Try mud then, makes good cammo and sent control.
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  • Diver43Diver43 Senior Member Posts: 8,525 Senior Member
    Sounds like a Great spot Jay.

    From 16 feet up, there isn't much you cant see, unless there is a dump nearby LOL

    Good luck out there!!!
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  • Six-GunSix-Gun Senior Member Posts: 7,219 Senior Member
    It's amazing how good it feels to be muddy and wet when you know you'll be hunting soon.
    Accuracy: because white space between bullet holes drives me insane.
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