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Old 11-26-2009, 09:45 AM
Glenburniekid Glenburniekid is offline
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Glenburnie, Ontario, Canada
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The best advice I can give when hunting elevated is to shoot for the exit of the arrow on the animal. In other words, where you want the arrow to exit the animal on the side away from you. One of the popular phrases for this is to aim for the off-side shoulder. This works if the deer is directly broadside or quartering(angling) away and will help you to get your arrow through both lungs giving you a speedy and ethical kill and usually a good blood trail. If possible it is good to practice those elevated shots on a target before the season.
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