Let us celebrate the most beautiful ballistic freedom soundtrack cacophony known to man! The glorious Opening Day of firearms deerseason wherever and whenever this wonderful day may occur is the day of days for American deerhunters across the land of the free and home of the brave!
We all love to hunt and we cherish everyday afield. But when you can share these special times with like-minded conservationists that dedicate their lives to God, family, country and wildlife, the intensity of every hunt crescendos to a higher place.
Here are a few tips from a lifetime of bowhunting that will dramatically improve your odds of filling your freezer with sacred venison. None of them have anything to do with gadgets or technology. That stuff won’t — doesn’t — matter if you fail to diligently practice the proven fundamentals.
We are so very lucky to be hunters, because as we manage the resources that give us life, we are simply way more alive than those that do not. Be as alive as you can be in everything you do. Say a prayer for the wildthings and the wildthings will fan the flames...
If you hunt long enough, you will surely experience various frustrating scenarios that make no sense whatsoever. Stick with it. Never give up.
When Ted Nugent swaps a bow for a guitar, that fiery flow of deer hunting throttles forth, manifesting in songs of the wild, and the upcoming release of "The Music Made Me Do It" shows that in song, spirit and passion.
As October throttles on and wildlife activity increases exponentially, nothing says Happy Fall like October weekends in the deerwoods, bow and arrow in hand and spirit soaring on high.
Hold onto those deer hunting memories and never take this grand old game for granted. Savor every element of every hunt and take it all deep into your natural predator psyche.
Find that gear that is best for you and have the greatest hunting season of your lives. Make that extra effort to introduce some new people into this incredible outdoor hunting lifestyle.
Let’s do everything we can to get as many new people into the woods, fields and waters of America to unleash and celebrate the purest of instincts to connect and function as nature participants.