4PT16.18 – The Wounded Doe

4PT16.18 – The Wounded Doe

Let me spare you the agony and sum up my last weekend of hunting like this – I went hunting, saw nothing, and came home.

Now let me tell you about the story of the wounded doe. After a morning of hunting on Saturday, I dropped my dad off at his house, and as I was pulling out of the driveway I noticed a doe standing broadside in the brush across the creek. So I did what any hunter would do; I put the truck in reverse.

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Doe Permits, Turkey Hunting, and Woodchucks.

Doe Permits, Turkey Hunting, And Woodchucks.

Vermont Antlerless Hunt

Wow, what a week of discussion about Muzzleloader doe permits in Vermont. Speaking of does, I was at my parent's house the other day looking out across the field where does and fawns sometimes feed in the light of the setting sun. It was then that I saw a dark spot resembling the figure of a woodchuck sitting where the does usually stand. This came as a surprise to me because I haven’t seen a single woodchuck yet this year. It’s been a disappointing start to put it mildly.

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