Aiming at All

I remember one of my first trips to Texas. I was going to hunt pigs with a bow at night. The setup went like this. We would get in a blind before dark, and after dark, the pigs would come to a feeder. On cue, a friend would then shine a light on the pigs, I would draw...

A Sweet Sound

The best turkey hunters have lots of different calls in their arsenal. Most new hunters start out with a box call and then add a slate call. And finally, the hardest to use correctly is a mouth call. Therefore, many never move to that. They just stay with the two...

That Blessed Wind

One of the obstacles most hunters and fishermen dread is the wind. A light wind is not a factor – it’s even helpful, but a windy day is burdensome to the fishermen and causes most game to stay out of sight. Most of the time, I complain about the wind like everyone...

Discipline or Dependency

I can remember when I first started turkey hunting. I listened to tapes, watched videos, and did anything I could to learn how to do things correctly. Not only did I try to call like the experts, but I had to learn exactly when to call and when not to call. And it...

I Will Always Be An Imperfect…

Forever Imperfect – I can take you to where two gobblers roost. They are in the same place about five of seven days. We have been meeting and talking several mornings since the season opened. I can describe what they look like. They have walked within 35 yards...