Identity

           In most parts of the country an odd thing begins to occur for a deer during this time of year. The bucks begin to lose their antlers. By losing, I mean the antlers become loose because of several factors, and they just fall...

The Network

              As I write, I’m finishing an extended stay in Texas. One more weekend to go before I fly home. It’s been a great experience to do a little hunting and to get to speak to some really neat guys. At this moment, I’m...

Risky

             I have figured out that men will do just about anything in order to feed their need for risk and adventure. Of course, many women will do this as well but overall it really is men who seem to what to test the limits of...

Without Words

           As many of you know, sometimes it is more fun to take someone hunting than it is to go yourself. This is especially true when it comes to your own children. But that’s not the only time. I remember the day I took a young black...

Cockleburs

          Each morning I walked about three-fourths of a mile to get to my stand. I had cut limbs and bushes out of the way and yet there was one area where I had to navigate around several tree-laps and weeds. I could have gone another way,...

Strange Places

           For the past several years I have spent the first or second week of November hunting deer away from home. As all deer hunters know, these weeks are considered the best for having an opportunity to harvest a big buck. And while...