Shopping on a budget doesn’t mean you should settle for junk. If you like making your dollars count, check out this gear, tested and approved for the deer woods this fall
Twice in my life, I’ve worn Crocs during early-season bowhunts, and I killed a deer during one of those sits. I spent the next week treating a collection of seed tick bites that I had on my ankles after dragging her out of the brush. Much as I’m attached to my camo clogs — which did not cost much — they are not good early-season hunting gear.
But the stuff I’m writing about here, is. It’s late September as I compile this list, and between a few weeks of Kentucky whitetail hunting and another week of chasing Colorado mule deer, I’ve had a chance to try all of this stuff this fall. None of it is too expensive, but it wasn’t chosen purely by the price tag. This is good gear for the money.
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