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[MUSIC WITH SINGING]

[ROOSTER CROWS]

[MUSIC PLAYING]

OK. Binoculars, license, breakfast,

[GRUNT CALL]

grunt call.

[WHISTLE]

Right—my cell phone.

[MARKER SQUEAKING]

[BIRDS SINGING]

Do you remember the quickest and quietest way to get our gear up into the stand? It's the haul line. OK uh, little help here?

[BICYCLE BELL DINGS AS LABEL APPEARS]

[BICYCLE BELL DINGS AS LABEL APPEARS]

[BICYCLE BELL DINGS AS LABEL APPEARS]

[BICYCLE BELL DINGS AS LABEL APPEARS]

[BICYCLE BELL DINGS AS LABEL APPEARS]

Oh yeah. Three-point climbing.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

Oh, wow. OK. That was a little embarrassing. Keep your legs moving though because you can get blood pooling in them.

[HEARTBEAT]

Which could cause my heart to work overtime. Not being able to pump blood back to the heart starves it of oxygen. And that could cause a heart attack.

Always replace your tether line after a fall.

Hoo! OK, that wasn't so bad. It's a good thing I had my fall-arrest system on though. Deer's gone now. Great.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

Horns are kind of crooked.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

OK. So waiting for the right shot and angle—that's key. All right. We're gonna give him some time and then we'll go track him.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

You know when you've had a successful hunt? It's when you can do this. Hey honey, I'm coming home.

See? Using tree stands can be safe when you follow the simple advice. Then you can hunt safely for years to come.

[MUSIC PLAYING]