How I deal in those moments of need

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.

A season spent in the blind

Still I find that waiting is always accompanied by the process of planning. This part is truly the key. I say this because what is worth waiting for is always worth being met with a plan. Because what happens when the wait is indeed a fruitful one, is that it has never been wasted. It is indeed time that can be put to good use through planning.

It’s All Connection and Little Bit of Grit

Grit and connection have become the two words I can define my 2020 deer hunting season by. Even though I am still chasing deer this year I want to share how those two words have shaped my time in the deer woods this season.

Deer Hunting Part 3 – Solitude & Thrill

At this stage of life, I often ask myself, “is hunting my identity?” As I walk through the journey, I have been thrown into this year I have had to question every aspect of myself including my relationship with hunting.

Deer series part 2 – persevering is everything

A few years back I kicked off opening week with a private land hunt.  Now hunting private land is a rare treat for me.  So to set the lay of the land, this was a small chunk of land with a nice wood line that butted up against a golf course.  Opening morning was hot and wet.  Yes it was like a dam in the sky had burst and the repair guy was on vacation.  Leading up to the start of the season deer were everywhere.  In fact pulling into camp the night before I watched 3 or 4 does feeding and hanging out.  However for the better part of the day nothing came my way and I just sat hunkered down in some dead fall in the pouring rain. 

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