That time behind the glass can pay off, and a video from Greg McHale breaks down some pro tips for early morning glassing.
From Greg McHale:
“Often when breaking camp in the morning, we tend to pack up and head out. We are tempted to move on without glassing the immediate area, as one gets the feeling that there couldn’t possibly be something in the immediate vicinity where we have spent the last eight to 12 hours. This temptation can lead to a big mistake. We all know stories of people who’ve seen game as soon as they’ve gotten out of the tent, or even before leaving the tent. It’s a best-practice to go to be with a plan for the next day. If that plan sees you moving camp, or moving far from camp to glass, taking the time to do a quick check of the skylines and approaches to your tent site will open a bonus hunting opportunity sooner or later.”
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