While we have managed pump out some dam fine links at times, I'd be lying if I said that there were not some hard lessons learned. Here are six tips we believe helped get us just a little bit closer to that perfect ring of venison kielbasa.
Now, here’s where this whole 3-part strategy really comes together and hopefully pays off. You’ve done all the work and planning to have to perfect opening day and kill a bull. Problem is, you probably won’t see a bull on your first day! Yes, it does happen, just not that often. The real secret to this whole strategy is… Repetition and patience!!
You've read part 1 of this 3 part series and have become more familiar with your intended hunting area. Now, it’s time to make a plan. Let's be clear, I’m not saying that you must stick to a rigid plan never deviate from it. Far from it, a plan is simply a starting point and should always be adapted as the hunt progresses. The main idea with having a plan is to avoid wasting precious hours afield in order to maximize your odds of getting a successful opportunity to shoot a bull this fall! With your fresh list of e-scouted calling spots from Part 1, you now need to decide how and when you intend to hunt these spots. It is...
In this three-part series, Nate Carruthers breaks down his method for finding that big ol moose for your fall hunt.