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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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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

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This hunting season has been one of weirdest I've encountered. I guess it seems fitting that it happened in 2020.

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If you have been fishing long enough, you have got a story to tell about a motor breakdown and how you had to paddle all the way back to the dock.

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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.

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It rains in my barn. I don't mean rain blows into my barn. I mean, it rains in my barn. As you may remember, my hunting perch is on the second level of a barn.

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I'm not a very good deer hunter. Oh, I've harvested several animals over the years, and I have had my share of good days, but I'm really not very good.

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I'm glad that, every now and then, everything comes together. The stars are in order, Jupiter aligns with Mars, and the light at the end of the tunnel is actually a light. It's especially good when it comes to deer hunting.

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I started the morning sitting in a tree stand. A few weeks ago I had trimmed limbs and opened up some shooting lanes for this new stand placement. I think it is going to be a good one.

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I've been looking at pictures of deer for an upcoming hunting trip. The landowner has set up a camera that sends the pictures in real time through cell service.

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I can remember the first time I decided to learn to hunt with a bow. I was about 30 years old. Yeah, I know this seems old to some of you but at that time I did more fishing than hunting.

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One of my favorites, from the past. Have you ever noticed that many of the best bucks ever taken have been of the non-typical type? The racks of these monsters are as unique as the stories of how they made it to the wall of fame.

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I've mentioned before how I try to pace myself when deer season opens. When I was younger, I felt like I had to be in the stand every waking minute.

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I can remember years ago thinking how neat it would be to have lots of bears in our area. I knew we had some and every now and then one would be spotted on camera and it would make news.

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I've learned over the years to keep a watchful eye when I travel to a tree stand in an unfamiliar place. I especially do this when I'm hunting in another state. I've been lost a few times.

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The opening day of deer season was always a special day for me. I can remember counting down the days and even being unable to sleep the night before. I can remember hunting in a downpour and in the hottest of days.

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I've never thought about it until now, but when I look at my past, I can't tell my story without talking about trees. I was reminded of their influence just the other day, as I admired a beautiful Weeping Willow.

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Kentucky bow season opened yesterday. The morning was exceptionally cool.

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One of my favorite topics to share with young people is on the subject of time. While it is hard for them to grasp the concept of the brevity of time, I try to help them begin to see its value.

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I can't remember a nicer August than we've been having in my area. It has acted more like May.

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(Bringing back one of my favorite articles) Hilarious! That's always the only word that comes to mind when I think of Larry's first golf experience.

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I don't know how many times I have crossed a ridge thinking I was some place that I wasn't. I don't know how many times I have crested a hill thinking I'll be able to see something I didn't.

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Ever since I can remember deer hunting, I have dreaded July and August. Not because deer season is not here yet but because it will soon be.

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The days are moving ahead at a steady pace. While 2020 has been unpredictable and unbelievable,

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It's July and I feel a sense of pressure. I'm thinking of food plots and practice shots. I'm thinking we are two weeks from August and August is thirty days from opening bow season in Kentucky.

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