Well, hopefully we’ve all had a pretty good time with the summer’s bounty of great outdoor activity weather.Fishing in all forms seems to have been decent with plenty of great reports. (really, we always want to catch just a few more fish)Picnics, swimming, lounging around, having a laugh, kielbasa on the grill and a cold one with family and friends. Ahhh…. the good life.As the August heat turns down a bit, it’s the perfect time to take an early morning hike in the woods. Many of our readers will spend this woodland-walk time checking for the growing amount of deer sign. Though we are not talking about a frenzy of breeding activity, we are looking at more than the everyday eating patterns of the whitetail.It’s the little things, that if noticed, will lead to bigger signs and it’s better to prepare now for them.With these exploratory walks in mother nature, we can learn so much and we don’t have to worry about permanently spooking game from their range.Best of all, it’s just a walk in the woods. It’s done leisurely with the idea in mind that things ‘will change’ as the fall sets in.Through the many years hunting in the… Read full this story
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