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By Richard Griggs Backpacking equipment has come a long way. Technology and product development have allowed improvements in pack design, …
It’s been many years since grunt tubes hit the market. Back then I was convinced that these so called "deer calls" were nothing more than a gimmick. Boy was I wrong.
I certainly can’t lay claim to the fairly new acronym of MRI. That credit goes to Dr. Grant Woods of GrowingDeer.TV. But I am certainly familiar with the concept of using the most recent information (MRI) in hunting deer— and you should get to know it as well.
Whitetail deer have been witnessed reacting to human body odor from as far away as a half-mile. That alone tells you the odds are stacked against you when trying to defeat a deer’s olfactory capabilities.
It was one of those Florida nights where everything was very still, the black water we were floating in looked like a big mirror. It was hard to determine where the water stopped and the sky began. The only thing that gave it away was the eerie red eyes that were staring back at us. We were on the great Lake Okeechobee in the central part of Florida hunting down the American Alligator! To say that my clients and myself were excited would be an understatement. We were ecstatic!
As this article goes to print the Texas South Zone should be half way through the split with the Second Opener being just around the corner. The first part of the 2012-2013 Texas Waterfowl Season has been very successful for us fortunate enough to hunt the coast on a daily basis.