Hunting

New Hampshire Hunting Season Update #1 – Blown Opportunity!

new Hampshire Buck

It should come as no surprise that I blew my first opportunity at a deer this year, but after nine months of waiting for the opportunity, I don’t have any regrets. New Hampshire archery season opened last Friday the 15th, and with it enough anticipation to distract a fellow from his duties at work. I…

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If I Had My Own TV Show…

If I Had My Own TV Show... 1

I’ve often thought that, despite the hard work, hosting a hunting show would be fun. Obviously, the show would be immensely popular and leave a lasting, positive impact on viewers. It would combine the sexiness of a Mariah Carey music video to attract the shallow minded viewers, but also bring the intensity found in a…

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2016 Hunting Season Summary – Part 1

2016 Hunting Season Summary - Part 1 2

Ending the season with unfilled tags is not a failure, but not learning from your mistakes is. As I reflect on the past season, I am still trying to determine what mistakes, if any, I made. I am not talking about lazy mistakes, such as not paying attention at a critical time. I made plenty…

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4PT16.18 – The Wounded Doe

Wounded Doe, Blood Trail

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…

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4PT16.17 – If it Wasn’t for Bad Luck…

deer beds in snow

Time is running out on the 2016 Vermont Muzzleloader season. My doe tag is still unfilled, something that has me walking around looking like an angry emoticon all day and feeling like an Angry Bird that wants to topple my son’s Lego creations. A doe tag should not be this hard to fill. It’s not…

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