@ 08:20 am (GMT)
Joshua MayfieldThis is floating around online again. I'm a big Fred Bear fan and this is still some wisdom young hunters need to be told. You fellows have any other words of wisdom?
Fred Bears Ten Commandments of Hunting
Dont step on anything you can step over.
Dont look for deer, look for movement and remember its what theyre looking for, too.
Always approach from downwind. In the cool of the day, move uphill; in the heat of the day, move downhill.
The best camouflage pattern is called, Sit down and be quiet! Your grandpa hunted deer in a red plaid coat, think about that for a second.
Take only the gear to the field that allows you to hunt longer, harder, smarter.
A rainstorm isnt a reason to quit the hunt, its a reason to stay.
Camouflage your appearance, your sound and your scent.
Be sure of your shot. Nothing is more expensive than regret.
Hunt where the deer actually are, not where youd imagine them to be.
Next years hunt begins the minute this seasons hunt ends.
@ 08:00 pm (GMT)
Re: Great Advicehi Joshua
reading your post the one bit of advice that always rings in my ears is.
if you think your going slow enough half it.
its from a book can't remember which one talking about bush stalking.