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Filming Your Hunt
One thing you should be using constantly is the manual focus. No exceptions! Finally, I love using Lumenok arrow nocks when I'm filming. A lighted nock helps you see the impact of the shot, and the "mystical flight of the arrow" looks even cooler when it's glowing! Check your state's regulations to make sure they are legal.
TRICKS OF THE TRADE
Filming your own hunt is easiest when deer are on a strict feeding pattern, like in early or late season. At this time, deer are more apt to be using trails and moving at a slower pace, compared to the rut. November can be a challenge when trying to self-film. It's very difficult trying to keep a big buck in the frame while he's chasing a doe, let alone trying to get an arrow in him at the same time.
Decoys can help tremendously at this time of the year. They also help keep a buck's attention off you while you're moving around in the tree like a one-man production team. Mock scrapes and strategically placed lures can also help to slow down a deer sometimes. However, my best advice during the rut is to hire a cameraman! ...
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