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Release Ticks & Get Them Tested. (December 20, 2014 10:41 pm)
The Hammer (December 15, 2014 10:14 pm)
Stories From The Season Part 1The Swamp Stand (December 13, 2014 3:29 pm)
Measuring Success (December 13, 2014 2:36 pm)
“I Really Hope This Works” (December 1, 2014 9:39 pm)
Catching Up (November 24, 2014 8:48 pm)
What Hunters Can Learn From Derek Jeter (November 5, 2014 8:16 pm)
Why To R-E-L-A-X (November 3, 2014 8:59 pm)
The November Grind (October 31, 2014 7:34 am)

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Release Ticks & Get Them Tested.

Dec 20, 2014No Comments40 Views

Tick problems are getting worse each year.  Removing a tick is one thing, having a way to find out quickly if you may have a disease is another.  This new product hitting the market this year

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The Hammer

Dec 15, 2014No Comments63 Views

Locking into the cocked position, the only element which separated the contained explosion of live spark meeting black powder, was my exposed finger.  Age and experience held my finger from squeezing off  a hail-mary shot at a large doe, deciding

A little product plug yes, but my little DXT has become an extension of my arm, a trusted ally.  It will not sin unless I sin.

Stories From The Season Part 1The Swamp Sta...

Dec 13, 2014No Comments94 Views

My Fall took many twists and turns, which made keeping up daily with writing, difficult.   Now, as hunting season comes to a close, I want to share the stories which made this fall memorable and heartbreaking.

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Measuring Success

Dec 13, 2014No Comments58 Views

Sweat beads dripped down my face as I tried my best to not touch the Poison Ivy vine which climbed up the tree I also needed to climb.  Like many of you, this is how my

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“I Really Hope This Works”

Dec 01, 2014Comments off131 Views

  4:15 AM, my eyes had a blank stare of fatigue as I looked into the warm vapors of my coffee and said to my brother, “I really hope this works.”  He responded, “Me too, me

After getting close to a big buck.

Catching Up

Nov 24, 2014Comments off105 Views

Opening the back of my mom’s car Sunday morning, I was excited to head back into my secret funnel for the first time since bow season ended nearly two weeks ago.  I had just dropped my

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What Hunters Can Learn From Derek Jeter

Nov 05, 2014Comments off248 Views

Derek Jeter, a man my generation grew up watching. We will talk about Derek Jeter in the same way my grandparents talk about players like Mantle, Ruth, Aaron, and Mays.  What on earth does this have

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A late November tag punched.

Why To R-E-L-A-X

Nov 03, 2014Comments off219 Views

R-E-L-A-X This is how Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed early season struggles of his football team.  I think we as bowhunters can learn a few things from him. Scanning the untouched territory the reddish color of rubbed  treebark hanging in

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The November Grind

Oct 31, 2014Comments off228 Views

November, my favorite month of the entire year for multiple reasons. Cold clouds mix seamlessly with the barren trees giving the overall hue of the woods, a chilled lifeless gray.  November means more than cold weather though, it

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Family and Moose Tails of The Green Mountai...

Oct 30, 2014Comments off263 Views

By Ethan Longley All good hunts, successful or not, need to start somewhere. Mine began in August when my Uncle John approached me to ask me if I’d like to join him on a Vermont moose