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2 people one tree

GrantEagle

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How to hunt and film? I’d I’d best to set up 90 degrees apart or what? Pictures or a quick drawing would be helpful
 

Alud555

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Haven't done it but I'd think 180 with the filmer a few feet above the shooter
 

drew13

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We’ve talked about this on here before in the context of saddle hunting with a kid - having a cameraman is similar, just a bigger kid!

I have done this successfully with a multi-trunk tree. I think that’s the best option.

I have practiced in a single trunk with my daughter but not done a hunt that way. I am a right-handed shooter, so it seemed to work best and was safest (think of where your broadhead is in relation to the other person) to have her a little over 90 degrees to my right.
 
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