So, good luck to you all and may you have many memorable hunts. Our season started a couple of weeks ago and the deer numbers are not high, but there are deer to be found.
During those two weeks my sons and I have seen numerous doe, a few bachelor groups of 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 year old bucks, most in groups of four or less. Wlaking out of a favorite ground hunting spot I did get the opportunity to bump a 4 1/2 year old.........dang I hate when that happens. Him and I may have some unfinsihed business later, since he is in a no mans land area where most hunters will not venture.
However, in about 10 minutes one of my sons and I will be leaving for 11 days of elk hunting..........his first and possibly my last and I will leave all of you with this message before we go;
Enjoy the time hunting, do not get so wrapped up in size and trophies that you forget the total experience. If you are fortunate enough to kill an animal savor the moment, take good photos, and share that stroy with family and friends,,,,,,,,the whole story from the start to finish. Lastly, take a family memeber, a friend, or just someone who wants to learn how to hunt and show them. See, thats how we all keep this legacy alive and that is what this thing called hunting is.
Talk to you all when I get back.........hopefully with lots of pictures:wink:
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