I been working so I can afford to pay my land taxes so I have a place to hunt. Exciting, no?
Oh....not going with cedar....thot you we're going traditional....guess not.....It's a good day to be TBrom. Just arrived....1 dozen feather-fletched and crested Easton Legacy arrows for the recurve. Big bucks beware. 😎
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I don't need an excuse....The woods give me an excuse to not have any responsibilities for a portion of the day .
I'm m in the woods pretty much every day, I don't need more woods time to make me happy.PaBone is another one that claims to not scout and doesn't even know where he's going to hunt when he heads out. His strategy is to just look for acorns. I'm trying to cut back but if I'm not in the woods 4-5 days a week, I start to go through withdrawals. I enjoy the process more than the hunt. If I just waited until the season opened, I'd give it up. The killing is actually pretty anticlimactic...at least with deer.
Usually, there's not many bucks actually on our farm during the summer, but they start arriving in early September. Last year was an anomaly, we were loaded up in late summer, but most of them left. Had a real slow season for some reason.It must be different in areas with more farmland and smaller wood lots, I would guess about 75 percent of the buck I get in the summer are still there in the fall.
He's into that "beast" cult now, everything's beastie....🦄#54 at 28 inches. Thats a beast.