Whitetail Deer Hunters can be a wierd bunch, dressing up like a pumpkin and sitting in the woods at 6 above, but this guy takes the cake.
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Everyone remembers their first time shooting a Buck. Please share your stories and pictures of your first Deer.
I shot my first Deer in November of 2004. We were hunting private land in Pine County, MN and it was freezing outside. Swede and I were stand hunting and after sitting for about 2 hours in 12 degree weather, I was frozen. I hadn't seen nor heard a thing except for the farmers donkey, when i heard that " Snap". I looked behind me and there was a nice 9pt just walking along, smelling the rut, without a care in the world.
I slowly turned, raised my 30.06 and fired.....CLICK! My rifle misfired, so i quickly rechambered my bolt action, raised my rifle and ClICK!...Another misfire. This happened 2 more times, before I had to completely reload my rifle. Surprising, the Deer didn't even noticed me. It continued to slowly walk, it's nose to the earth, completely oblivious to my frantic attempts to get my damn gun to fire.
So, now i have reloaded my rifle and sure enough, I cant see the deer anywhere. Looking through my scope, I final catch a glimspe of its tail through the woods. My first shot misses and yet the deer doesnt run. I reload and fire again....BANG and the Deer disappears.
At this point, I am crushed as I figured there was no way that I had hit the deer. I climb down from my stand and walk in the general direction of where I think the deer was standing. As I approach, I see it laying on the ground...No blood nothing...I had hit it in the spine and dropped it where it stood. The Deer never knew what hit it
Monday, July 23, 2007
Monday, May 14, 2007
Labels: Video Games
Nome, May. 14 -- 2500 Free Video Games held in beta for four months were released on Sunday and should be ready for action in time for Monday's return to work, Deerbeards.com announced, bringing cheers across a nation that had anguished over their impending workweek.
"I have a profound joy in announcing to you that all 2500+ Free Video Games have just been freed by our Developers," Spokesman Ole GreyBeard told the upper house of Parliament as gamers erupted in applause.
DeerBeards.com spokesman Chet Norris said the video games were expected to be released last Wednesday, but he game no details regarding the delays. The games, including Big Bucks Revenge 2, were handed over for release at 10.51 p.m. last evening, said Norris
PLAY TOP 100 GAMES
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
This is the only known copy of the infamous Dick Cheney shooting accident. It was caught on tape by a roaming ferret and mailed to our address. After much deliberation, Hunting News hasdecided to air this shocking video. As Journalists, it is our duty, no matter how tasteless the footage, to share the truth with our viewing audience