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Monday, September 04, 2006

Hunting Warm-up Tips

Deer season is my favorite time of year, Period!

As November approaches and you prepare for the challenges of the upcoming hunt, here are some important tips to remember.

First of all, there are a lot of people (mom, wife, girlfriend) who simply can't understand what makes an otherwise perfectly sane guy dress up like a pumpkin, sit in a tree in the middle of the woods, and try to shoot a cute, little deer. My best advice for dealing with these people, ignore them. Anything less would be un American

Secondly, you must forget about all the bad parts of last year's hunt. For example, you must forget the fact that it was so cold you froze your fingers and toes off. You don't really need them and at least you won't be driving this fall.

Lastly, you must remember that even though you were surrounded by rifle shots, the 2 camp rookies both shot deer, and the only action around your stand was a squirrel and that darn rooster, your time will come.

You see, deer hunting is an art, a skill perfected by years of experience, patience and dedication. The worst case scenario is we go home empty handed, unlike the guys of other sports who go home without parts of their hands.

More tips coming soon....

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