Getting Closer

16 Oct

Going in to this second weekend of the season my goal was to redeem myself from the debacle that was my opening weekend and try to arrow a doe. I fixed my bow, re-sighted it in and was comfortable once again with my shot. I was about 20 miles away from the farm I was […]

Think Before You Call

10 Oct

Like I have mentioned a thousand times before most of my hunting education has come through failing then learning from those mistakes. So when it comes to calling at deer I have received one hell of an education over the years.  In a perfect world we would never have to call at the bucks we […]

Opening Weekend Bomb

9 Oct

  I’ll start this blog entry off as I was pulling in to the farm drive this past Friday. To say I was excited for my first hunt of the year would be an understatement. I came right from work so I quickly changed in to my scent-free hunting clothes, through on my pack and […]

Luck vs. Skill

1 Oct

I guess this is me complaining… We have all heard stories of the 13 year old kid who goes out on their first bow hunt and kills a giant. Or the story of the first time hunter who knows absolutely nothing about deer and their first time on public land shoots a booner. Honestly, these […]

The Final Countdown

22 Sep

Some of you live is states where the bow season has already started while others like myself  are still drooling at the mouth waiting to get in the timber and get this party started. This weekend I had a couple small tasks I needed to complete before the season starts in nine days. Sunday morning […]