Jimmy is a very experienced and seasoned duck hunter. He's also taken his share of deer. He, however, has never had the thrill of seeing a strutting tom walk in front of his shotgun- that is until the other day.
Spring is made for the outdoors. It seems everything that inspires us has its beginnings outside. Whether you hunt, fish, hike, bike, run, play sports, garden, or simply mow your grass, it feels empowering to engage in all of these under the clear skies and in the clean air of springtime.
I'm convinced most hunters and fishermen never contemplate the outdoor world they take pleasure in. I know in my own life, without a concerted effort, I only enjoy creation without ever giving it much deep thought.
I've only been aoudad hunting two times in my life, and I have yet to even see one. Both hunts were not under the best conditions and/or times. My recent one was lots of fun, but I was not there during the best time of the year.
In most parts of the country an odd thing begins to occur for a deer during this time of year. The bucks begin to lose their antlers. By losing, I mean the antlers become loose because of several factors, and they just fall off.
I have figured out that men will do just about anything in order to feed their need for risk and adventure. Of course, many women will do this as well but overall it really is men who seem to what to test the limits of normality.
For the past several years I have spent the first or second week of November hunting deer away from home. As all deer hunters know, these weeks are considered the best for having an opportunity to harvest a big buck
There is no other time of year that emphasizes giving more than Christmas.The whole Christmas story is one of giving. It is God giving the world his Son. The picture of the giver however is different from much of what is seen today.