Every now and then a hunter has to either replace or add a new property to hunt. Sometimes it's exciting to think about the possibilities and other times it's a chore because of all the scouting and preparing that must be done before the season.
My friend just ended his deer season on January 30th in Alabama. On the last day of the month he bagged a nice eightpointer on a piece of property that had gone untended and had always been relegated as his least favorite and most undesirable
I'm always excited about the times I get to go on an extended hunting trip. The expectations are always high and the opportunity to go with a friend makes the miles pass quickly and the laughs come in abundance.
While November usually can't compare to the colder days of January and February, it can still get cold. But if one is to have the best opportunity at a big buck, he has to get out in it. He just better be prepared.