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One of the obstacles most hunters and fishermen dread is the wind. A light wind is not a factor - it's even helpful, but a windy day is burdensome to the fishermen and causes most game to stay out of sight.

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I can remember when I first started turkey hunting. I listened to tapes, watched videos, and did anything I could to learn how to do things correctly. Not only did I try to call like the experts, but I had to learn exactly when to call and when not to call.

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I can take you to where two gobblers roost. They are in the same place about five of seven days. We have been meeting and talking several mornings since the season opened.

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I was with several other guys during my recent trip to Texas. We were all there for my Outdoor Truths Circle Event and to try our hand at downing a Rio gobbler. I look forward to this event each year.

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As I was loading my vehicle after a morning in the turkey woods, a truck slowly passed by. I could see it was other hunters. They slowed long enough to tell me of their successful morning

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It was the funniest sight the other day. At daybreak a tom strolled down the path to a small field just in front of me. There, he strutted and gobbled and listened for any hen that might be close and interested in watching him flex his muscles as if he were in a pose-down at an Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic.

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For too many years to count I have showed up at the same farm on my first day to hunt, to hear birds gobbling

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I think all professions and even every recreation is misunderstood by either those who have never participated or by the critics of that profession or recreation. It's only until we get to know someone close or get to participate, do we really begin to think a different way.

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Another turkey season is just around the corner. Even though I'm excited about the possibilities, I'm reminded again of my distaste for the characteristics of this bird.

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I was thinking about a hunt from last season. I harvested one of my best bucks. It was about 4:00 p.m. when the buck came through behind me. It was well before dark, and I was hunting with a crossbow out of a rifle stand.

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The end of February and the beginning of March is not normally a time outdoor activities come to mind. Deer hunters are gathering up the remains of the last season and the turkey season is still a few weeks away

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It's hard to believe we are at the end of February. So far, the winter here has not been too bad. A few light snows and some cold days, but not a winter that has seemed to hang on forever.

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The bass fishing tournaments are getting ready to start with a vengeance. Once they begin, each weekend will offer another opportunity to fish for money. All bass tournaments have pretty much the same rul

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For about two weeks now I've been in a close-down, clean-up phase of hunting. The mornings have been spent behind a desk without any thoughts about the next time I'll get to go back to the woods.

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Outdoor Truths

The winter undoubtedly thwarts many outdoor plans in most parts of the country. If you don't believe me, just wait until the first warm weekend in February. There will be more lawnmowers heard than any other time of the year.

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As I type this, I'm also getting ready for my last deer hunt of the year. The South Alabama bucks are just now in the prerut phase, with the rut only a few days away.

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It looks like we can dust off those dollflies. The walleye are finding their way upstream to spawn and need a tasty meal. I'm hoping some of them will become a good meal for me.

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As the deer season comes to an end, I'm sure we all have our idea of how it went. Some will consider this the best year ever, some will call it a success, and some will bemoan its disappointment.

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Each morning I walked about threefourths of a mile to get to my stand. I had cut limbs and bushes out of the way and yet there was one area where I had to navigate around several tree-laps and weeds.

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Hunters and fishermen will tell you about the importance of confidence. It is really a major part of the battle when it comes to patience and persistence.

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This time of year, the pictures from successful deer hunts are everywhere on social media. The trophies are not defined by size but by smiles. Each hunter has his or her own story to tell about that special day.

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Are you obsessed over something? Has something gained your attention in such a way that you have made some drastic changes in order to accommodate that matter?

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Nearly twenty years ago I was in Alabama hunting. I went there for many years because the license was cheap, and the deer were numerous. On occasion I would hunt public property.

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I spent Saturday morning with about eight other friends and acquaintances, hunting deer. My mood was still melancholy because of the unseasonably warm weather, but the company and camaraderie made up for it.

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Have you noticed while everyone else is enjoying the beautiful fall days, the hunter is crying "bah humbug"?

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