#Deer Hunter Safety
You’re a hunter who knows what your doing when it comes to deer hunter safety, right. Unfortunately the tendency is to minimize the risk in your mind. Little shortcuts won’t hurt is a common thought process. But, when you fall out of a tree during your whitetail deer hunt the results can be devastating. Especially when you are alone in the woods. A broken leg, even 1/4 mile in can cause a trip back for help seem like a mountain climbing trip. Let’s not even think about broken backs or necks.
Sometimes the safety products you use can make certain aspects of your climb up or down, inconvenient. Sometimes even impossible.
Taking that safety rope off, during your whitetail deer hunt, to go over a branch on the way up or down is an opportunity to fall. Climbing higher than 18 feet can leave you out of reach of your lifeline. Never a good prospect when your life truly is on the line.
Here is a product that attempts to help you be safe this fall in your treestand. Hunter safety should always be first!
In the past, hunters that chose to be in stands above 30 feet would have to climb 12 feet or more before hooking up to their Lifeline. This is extremely dangerous because statistics prove that 86-percent of all treestand accidents occur while climbing in and out of the treestand. With the new Lifeline 42 this is no longer an issue.
The new Lifeline 42 features the company’s latest technology of the woven-in reflective strip that makes locating a treestand in the dark as simple and quick as pressing a flashlight switch. It also features the Recon Carabiner in a new sound-dampening Cow Bell Cover for absolute stealth while climbing and #hunting.
As you just read, not only does the product above solve a safety issue for you it adds new features to make your deer hunt in a tree stand even more convenient. Don’t end up having to crawl out of the woods or depend on luck to save your life. Do it for yourself, don’t believe for a second that a moment without your lifeline is okay.
It’s not OK.
I have a friend who was very safe. Always used his safety ropes and lifelines. Heck, he is a powerline guy. Always high in the air. Always preaching and practicing safety. The right hunter safety tool might have saved hm a broken neck and back and decreased his need for a hugely lucky break where someone pulled over to tie down their tarp and hear him yelling from over 300 yards away.
Be safe my friends and enjoy your whitetail deer hunt this year.