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Can’t be too careful with deer stands

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Photo by GLYNN HARRIS Hunting deer from elevated stands improves the hunter’s chances at bagging a deer. However, falling from a deer stand, such as this one, is likely to result in injuries or worse.

Turkey season has ended and it’s time to go fishing, or time to find other activities to do in the outdoors.

One of the things many outdoorsmen do this time of year is to give their deer stands the once-over before the weather gets too hot and the wasps take over. This is a great idea but after reading a post on FaceBook recently, it’s also an activity that can get you seriously hurt.

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