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I always wonder when glassing with binoculars, if it better to stay in one place or slowly pan the area.

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  • I always wonder when glassing with binoculars, if it better to stay in one place or slowly pan the area.

    I always wonder when glassing with binoculars, if it better to stay in one place or slowly pan the area.

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    I like to pan my surroundings because whitetails can pop out of thin air(so it seems anyways).

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      Panning allows for an uninterrupted break in the field of view --you might just miss that one antler in the sunshine or just one small clue that does blend in the landscape.

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      • #4
        binos are only the first step in stalking,if sitting in one place is preferable then you wouldn't need the binos.

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