Category / Outdoor Stories

  • November 17, 2006 - Admin

    Influences On Whitetail Deer Activity

    Much has been written about deer movement in hunting magazines and I have been intrigued by differences in deer activity over the years. There are some days when you see lots of deer from your tree stand and other days when, from that same stand at the same time of day, you won’t see a […]

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  • Enjoying s’mores while camping? Don’t forget to toss a marshmallow into the woods… “Come here, Royal, and smell this. It’s the best smell, ever!” Joe said as he ripped open the new bag of marshmallows. “Take a huge whiff of this.” Joe mumbled, “It’s incredible.” “Dude, you are so weird!” replied Royal, wondering why he […]

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  • Camping means different things to different people. For some, it’s going out with a camper and practically all of the comforts of home. Today for me, roughing it is when the chemical toilet in the Bluebird backs up. Or Heaven forbid, the Onan won’t crank! But for many years, my camping trips were the total […]

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  • If you spend any amount of time in the backcountry at all, it will rain on you. Remember this – rain is a good thing; without it there wouldn’t be much backcountry to enjoy. How you prepare for rain and how you handle yourself and gear in the rain, makes the difference between a great […]

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  • September 27, 2006 - Admin

    Mid-October Lull (Bowhunting)

    Have you ever wondered, what happened to all the deer that you were seeing in early October? Why after about the first ten days in October the deer you were seeing have all but disappeared? Why you ask? There are a few reasons for this, but first I need to tell you that an average […]

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