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08/20/2010
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I can't even remember the first time I had ever walked into the woods following my father. The first recollection I have regarding hunting or most anything for that matter must have been around the age of 5 or 6. It was the only time I ever hunted with an old German Short haired pointer we called...
08/20/2010
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The 2000 bow season had opened as it usually did for me, with our annual trip to Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Our bow camp consists of nearly 20 people and is always a good time regardless of how the hunting goes. The weather always seems to cooperate and the hunting is usually pretty good. The 2000...
08/20/2010
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On October 16th my 12 birthday came, and since the legal bowhunting age in Michigan was 12, I was on my way to get my hunting license. I was so excited to get up to our cabin that morning, so anxious to get out for my first hunt. After the 4-hour drive, we got to our cabin, unloaded our stuff, and...
08/20/2010
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I had not bow hunted for several years until this year. During an open house at Fenton High School where my two teenagers attend, I was talking to one of the parents and found out that he was new to bow hunting this year and was looking for a partner to hunt with. Most of my hunting friends had...
08/20/2010
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It stormed all through the night. The strong wind whipped rain onto the tin roof of our family cabin. Lightening streaks popped in the sky with a sound that shuttered every window making me think it was a war between day & night with a lot of visual wonder.