let me ask this once for me now ,if I'm in a tree stand and am aiming at a deer do I aim higher or lower or stay the same?
Right. So... unless you wanna shell out a bunch of $$$ for an height-angle-compensating rangefinder (I don't), or unless you're good at computing the square root of (rangefinder^2 - height^2), or can do trig in your head... then just aim a bit low.If you are talking about distance and such. Shoot the horizontal distance not the diagonal distance. A deer 30 yards out may register 34 yards on a rangefinder but the horizontal distance is only 30. If you hold for 34, you may hit high.