Hunters are hitting the woods full of enthusiasm and high hopes for the season. Given the first sit or two at a stand site is often the most productive, it is important to choose and hunt stand sites wisely. Here's how to make a smart choice.
Forester Jason Good was surveying timber in Meigs County, Ohio, when he stumbled upon a bizarre sight that made the hair on the back of his neck stand up: In a waist-deep pool of Leading Creek, nose-to-nose like fish on a stringer, floated three whitetail deer. See the gruesome images.