Full Draw at SunsetIn many parts of the United States, September 1st marks a very important time: bow season. For the initiated, this is when hunters can break out their bows and arrows and go get a deer. Of course, this is only true if you have the necessary skills required to do so.

Let’s face it. Bow hunting is tough. It probably goes without saying, but all things being equal, bow hunting will almost always have a much lower success rate compared to gun hunting.This makes it even more important to do everything in your power to prepare your hunting land before the season gets here.

You might not own the land that you hunt on, but if you make a small effort there are a few simple things you can do to increase your chances of getting a kill this bow hunting season. Here’s a great resource if you’re hunting on public land.

If you are lucky enough to have access to the land you plan on hunting, you should be out there prepping things right now. Waiting any longer would be a mistake.

The preferred tactics for properly prepping hunting land are plentiful and varied. But being that you don’t have much time left before the start of the bow hunting season, we’ll help you wade through some of the muck by giving you one of the best resources available online: Ten Ways To Improve Your Land for Deer