As a hunter I am often asked a wide range of questions. Recently a question came up that really got me thinking.
Way to arm yourself and ideas to pass the time it takes for them to quite down is what I want to explore with you. I will also share my safely strategy with you in this article.
Did you know you can survive three days without water? It’s not really suggested you try to go those three days without it just find out. In fact it’s probably just smarter to take that fact has true you never prove to be fact. Most of us just crack open a bottle of water and never give a second thought has to drinking water and it’s safety. Well that is what we about to be doing in this article. In the event you ever find yourself in a situation where you don’t have that bottle of water the ideas in this article could just save your life.
As hunting seasons begin to open up around the country it’s only a matter of a few weeks until the highlight of the sport opens. This of course is deer season. I thought while checking off the last days from the calendar and putting the final touches on my setup that starting a series of articles to share my insights would be fitting. During this series we will touch on everything from tradition to tactics with a mindful twist
Welcome to fall, my friends. With the first opener of the season now on the books and since I am a hunter I wanna share some ideas, thoughts, strategies, and tactics that I employ during early season waterfowl. Allow me to offer a disclaimer first. “ I grew up in the world of deer hunting and adopted the world of waterfowl as means to get into the field to hunt a few weeks earlier. So by no means do I consider myself a real waterfowl hunter. To me it’s another avenue to do what I enjoy and I’ve grown to enjoy my time chasing geese.” With that out of the way let’s talk about what I consider my hybrid take on waterfowl hunting.