Your antlers are now ready for the field. I like to tote them around my waist, stretching the bungee cord around my midsection like a belt. I position one antler on each hip, which keeps them from banging together as I walk. When I'm in an area where there may be other hunters, I simply wear a long shirt untucked or a jacket that hides the horns. Alternatively, you can use the bungee cord to lash the antlers to the outside of a day or fanny pack. When you're sitting in your stand, wrap the cord around the tree trunk to store the antlers, or use the hooks at each end of the cord to hang your horns on a nearby branch, where they'll be right at your fingertips.