A new deer season brings news hopes, dreams and anticipations, and these summer months are good for sculpting all three in our minds. And although most of us focus on the tangible — that new compound bow, those upgraded tree stands; that new deer lease — one of the most important improvements we should be making is all mental.
It’s called attitude.
You see, success in the deer woods often hinges more on attitude than gear or even woodsmanship. Most any hunter can spend a few hours scouting a potential spot and pinpoint at least a few good stand sites. The key to success is having a short memory when the sun rises on opening day.
Ask any consistently successful…