Remember also that with all types of hunting, safety is a big concern. Texas deer hunts are no different. The majority of accidents take place when hunters are climbing in and out of their stands, and it is quite easy to take a spill while you are trying to juggle all your gear at once. The best advice we can give here is that slower is almost always better. We can understand why people are so eager to get their Texas deer hunts started, but it never pays to put yourself in a risky position. A slip up can end your season before it even begins, so take care as always. It also goes without saying that you want to be 100% sure you have identified your target before taking a shot. You don’t want to inadvertently bag one of your hunting party after all – as you would be in a lot of trouble.


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