The first weekend of turkey season is in the books and I have no turkeys to show for it. I had a few encounters but I let the opportunities slip by. My biggest mistake this past weekend was with my set-up. Here are my thoughts from the opening weekend.
Turkey season is only a couple months away. One of the most important aspects of turkey hunting is your decoy set-up. If you set up in the right place with the right decoy combo positioned correctly you should only have to make a few clucks to fill your tag.
When my brothers and I were growing up we did not eat much of what we killed. I can’t really blame my mother for not being overly excited to cook the squirrels and possums we were killing, but one grilled possum a month isn’t too much to ask. Now that I have to cook for myself I eat a lot of game meat to save money. Getting your friends to eat your wild game is a good way to get others into hunting, and a good reason for you to shoot more deer. I wanted to share a few tips on how to eat more of your wild meat and how to get your friends and family to eat it with you.
As 2017 comes to an end I thought I would write about the lessons from the past year. And some of my best memories as well. Here are five things I learned in 2017. Continue reading “Five Lessons from 2017”