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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

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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There's something about bow hunting in the dead of winter. It brings together the most difficult circumstances a hunter can face.

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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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My ground blind leaks. Yours does too. Yeah, I know you have the top-of-theline, largest, most cushy, made-of-thebest- waterproof-material-blind money can buy.

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Outdoor Truths 01-02-2020
Outdoor Truths 01-02-2020

Success in hunting or fishing is measured differently by each individual. Some consider each outing a success if fish or game is brought home.

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Outdoor Truths

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. For instance, if I know I have always caught fish in a certain hole; I will fish that hole slower and with a greater awareness of an imminent bite.

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My deer season has not been anything to write home about. One buck in Kentucky that never gave me a chance to draw on, and one buck in Missouri that I shot and never found, is all I can tell you abou

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Outdoor Truths

There's one four letter word I think everyone uses. Well, there's at least one four letter word everyone uses.

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Outdoor Truths

For nearly twenty years I have made my way to the barn during rifle season. It's an easy place to go while enjoying so much. I park on one side, climb up the ladder, and walk to the other side where I'm sitting right now.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

As I have written many times before, when one is in a tree stand, he notices the most intricate things.

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I've often noticed how deer live mostly in a quiet environment. Even this morning I watched one particular city dwelling doe begin to get a bit nervous when the noise of traffic began to surround her.

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Outdoor Truths

I'm back at home after an extended time away hunting and preparing for some outdoor events. I had better not plan on staying around too long; if I get too comfy I'll miss a bunch of bucks on the move

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Outdoor Truths

One of my favorite creations in our world is that thing we call a "day." You know, that 24 hours that comes to an end only to begin another 24 hours.

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Outdoor Truths

I love hunting the Midwest. I've been going there for several years and look forward to it each year at this time. Not only do I get to see some friends that I have come to know, but I get to chase some really big bucks.

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Outdoor Truths

I wrote about the lack of rain a few weeks ago. My little food plot needed a drink so bad. It still does, but the drought continues.

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Outdoor Truths

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.

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Outdoor Truths

The woods are wilting. I'm not exactly sure when it last rained in my area, but I know it's been over three weeks.

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My hunting vehicle is a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder. For the past 3 or 4 years I have been thinking how that anytime, it is going to bite the dust. I am the second owner.

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Outdoor Truths

When I look back over my years of deer hunting, I see how much I have changed. I can remember the first time I arrowed a doe. It was also the first time I followed a blood trail, and the first time I ever field dressed a deer.

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Outdoor Truths

Have you ever wondered about wonder? I mean have you ever thought why you attribute beauty or awe to certain things? Have you ever been amazed how a large tree can grow from the tiniest crack in a massive rock?

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Outdoor Truths

I've always prided myself on trying anything once. Now that doesn't mean that I throw all caution to the wind and do things like swim with alligators, but generally I'm game for giving something a first shot.

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Outdoor Truths

I'm getting a little excited about the upcoming deer season. After last year, I feel like I need to redeem myself. My friends are going to take my hunter card if I don't get in the woods more.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

I'm getting a little excited about the upcoming deer season. After last year, I feel like I need to redeem myself. My friends are going to take my hunter card if I don't get in the woods more.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

This last year has been one of the busiest and most stressful I have had in a long time. It was one of those years where my hunting was minimal.

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Hunting season is upon us again. In my home state of Tennessee, squirrel season opens at the end of August and dove season on the first day of September.

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