Hours away…

by Oct 26, 2012Uncategorized

Hours away…

Clothes are out, licenses and ready to go, guns are sighted in and a game plan is on deck.

In about 11 hours, we will be heading into the woods and into our Sky Condo. Dad and I jumped three deer today walking in to move branches AND, when we grabbed the cameras and checked photos, we say a ton of does, one coyote and a NICE looking buck all in front of the Sky Condo!

I wish all of my fellow hunters good luck tomorrow!!!

See you Monday with an update!

2 Comments

  1. Good luck, I spent some time with a couple of my students helping them get their rifles to tack driver status.

    I'm hoping that the buck I missed bow hunting can forget I put an arrow just under him, for that I've left that stand vacant for several weeks now.

    Will check Monday, have at him!!!

  2. Good luck! I hope you and your dad make some great memories. I have about 3 more weeks before deer season here.

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