My definition of the hunting life would be driving two hours up to my cabin up in Bruce, WIsconsin. Many people in Wisconsin do the same thing, others hunt in their backyard, it all depends on your situation. From personal experience it is very exciting when you know you are close to your destination because you can 't wait to get out in the woods. When you get to the cabin it is time to get all your gear unpacked and ready for the morning. After that it is time to relax, and sit by the warm fire. Usually there are conversations about the deer movement, what going on in our lives, or football. Whatever is said my uncle Bob always says,”What happens in deer camp, stays in deer camp!” The next morning everyone is reminiscing about enjoyable hunts about mornings that were just like this. When everyone is re...
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... and the same deer all the way on the other side at night. Even though these deer are moving fairly fast throughout the day they still know about hunting pressure. They are able to sense if you are in your stand and how many times you have been there. I have learned that you can not over hunt a certain stand. No matter what it seems that they deer are always able to outwit me. I many more years to hunt and I have a lot to learn about these majestic beasts.
Hunting has been good to me over the years and I hope that I can teach others about the beauty of it. The feelings that I get out of it are indescribable. It has truly been a life changing experience going out in the woods and just observing everything around me. I want to thank all the people that made it possible for me to be able to hunt. God has blessed me with the opportunity to enjoy this thrilling hobby.
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