Will anyone read this?
No, that isn’t some ploy for pity; and I am not wallowing in self-loathing. My traffic has dropped noticeably this week, but that is actually great news!
Why? Well, because it means that so many of my readers are out hunting! This dip happens every year and it brings a smile to my face.
I do have some great links to share with you today, but if no one reads them, then good! Hopefully those readers are out hunting the tail-end of this enormous cold front that is sweeping across the country. That is what I will be doing all weekend!
A Case for Hunting (By a Non-Hunter)
The wife of an avid hunter comes to the realization that she can either become a temporary widow every Fall, or she can begin to tag along with her husband on his hunting trips. She chooses the later and what she comes to realize is that she understands what drives her husband to hunt. Read the story…
A Smart Tip for Storing Your Hunting Clothes
My buddy Randy from 365 Whitetail has a great tip on storing your hunting clothes. (I wonder if I could steal one of these from my wife?…) Learn more…
DIY Deer Processing
I love processing my own deer. It is easy, fast, cheap, and brings yet another sense of satisfaction to putting meat on my family’s table. If you want to get started processing your own deer this season, then check out these great articles, illustrations and videos from Grandview Outdoors. Learn how to process tenderloins, hams, backstraps and shoulders.
How to Find and Hunt Funnels
The rut is coming soon and one of my favorite tactics for hunting the rut is covering funnels, pinch points, and down-wind sides of doe bedding areas. Catch bucks on the move – Learn how…