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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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"At least I didn't get skunked." That is a comment that is frequently made after a long deer hunting season that nearly ended without a harvest.

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One of the benefits of hunting is getting to see so many different animals and other things that one just doesn't get to see otherwise.

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What a wonderful time of year to celebrate Thanksgiving. Hunters ought to be the most thankful people on the earth.

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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.

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As a grandparent (I prefer poppy) I am excited about the times I can take my own grandchildren on some of their first hunting experiences.

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Baiting deer has its proponents and opponents. In fact, not even all state wildlife agencies agree. In my area, Kentucky allows it, and Virginia and Tennessee do not.

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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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If one doesn't deer hunt, he would never know how much effort takes place before the actual hunt. For me, it starts months before the season even opens, and then there's a chance I might not hunt for weeks after that.

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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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Jim sat out to harvest a doe on opening day. It's always good to get the first deer under the belt, and it would provide some delicious meat for the family.

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Within the next couple of weeks, just about every state will have opened their bow season for deer. These weeks are always some of the most exciting times for those of us who are anxious to get back into the tree stand after several months off.

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My trail cameras are not showing me anything that I want to hunt right now, so I'm waiting on getting into the woods.

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For the most part, I've never been afraid of dogs. There's only been two times I've gotten bit, both by Chihuahuas. I think they both had some type of little-dog complex.

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It's beginning to feel a lot like deer season. The temperatures today will range from the mid-sixties to the mid-seventies.

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I just finished putting in a food plot for the upcoming deer season. I have always enjoyed getting on a tractor and preparing the soil for seed.

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The government gives us statistics on the participation of hunting and fishing. The numbers that come from the federal government only include those sixteen and older, while each state will refine the number down to every license sold.

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I just came back from another great opportunity to speak to some hunters and fishermen in Central Kentucky. For nearly a decade Terry and his volunteers have been hosting an expo.

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I'm not one of those professional archers who shoot their bow year-round. I am a hunter who must wipe the dust off of it during this time of year.

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Even though it's still summer, the deer hunters are getting prepared for another season. While it may be a few weeks until the season opens, there is much to do in order to be ready for opening day - especially if you hunt with a bow.

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Son, each sport has its own unique skills that it takes to perform. The best athletes are gifted with a special ability and with a love for their particular sport.

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I say the same thing every year at this time. "It's hot!" I guess it's supposed to be, but this year seems to be especially dry and excessively hot.

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Even though I'm enjoying my days on the water, I'm also making plans for my time back in the woods. It seems preparation for the deer season is just as long as the season itself.

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One of the aspects I dislike about hunting and fishing is getting ready for the first day. Whether it's the first turkey hunt of the year or the first deer hunt, there's always the need to make sure nothing is forgotten on that opening day.

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As a youngster, there was one activity that characterized my summers - swimming.

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