Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Quit Waiting

Photo courtesy of Apple Creek Whitetails
Time and again I run into hunters who are looking for success or are just plain waiting for success to find them. They dream of harvesting a trophy buck, but they just don’t know how to get started. It’s like the “big buck” is barely out of their reach. They are waiting for a break-through or a new and unique product that will revolutionize their hunting world. They have the misconception that if they can just hang in there long enough success will find them. Sadly, it rarely works this way. The truth is, waiting for success to find you is like waiting to be struck by lightning. The odds are it won’t happen.

Quit Waiting

Good Luck and Good Hunting,

1 comment:

  1. One dependence on the effective grizzly bear hunts is always to not beat in the distance beyond 120m. It's best to not shoot beyond 35m. Following a shot, once the animal approaches, simultaneously you have to add new patrons. If you achieve the introduced lower animal, bear in mind that the small bear breaks by 50 percent the backbone in the elk. So wait about 5-10 mins.