Yesterday evening saw alot of doe movement on the way home from work and thought I sit in the blind on the field. It payed off at 4:45 6 does in the field and they keep looking back to the wood line so my hopes were up. Finally a spike came out followed by a nice 6 pointer and one hung in the wood line didn't get a look at that one. I was running out of light so I took the 6 for smoke sauage, in this weather what can I say. That was the first buck I've seen in over 2 weeks. The snow made a easy drag to the truck....
Don and Dee (DOUBLE-D-TEAM)
THE RICHEST VALUES OF WILDERNESS LIE NOT IN THE DAYS OF DANIEL BOONE NOR EVEN IN THE PRESENT. BUT IN THE FUTURE--LEOPOLD