With the arrival of crisp fall days and the occasional snowfall, many local residents are eager to get out hunting. While many hunters would be satisfied to see something worth shooting, four Carson City men enjoy the thrill of the shoot — on film. Mark Brown, Adam Eller, Gabe Stanley and Mike Swagart are hunters and videographers for “No Limits Outdoors” — a television show that features videos of average hunters pursuing deer, bear, turkeys and other wild game.
Well duh, don’t we all know that baiting has made a huge difference in deer hunting?
Sure we know it, especially those of us who are older and still remember the ‘old days.’ But, like everything else we can think of, time and tide wait for no man.
Yes, we’ve all of us barked up the wrong tree at one time or another. You know, perhaps wrongly accused someone, said something later regretted, or made a little mistake here or there. Well now, I say that if you really want to bark at something, go squirrel hunting.
The archery deer season is in full swing and I can help but notice how things are changing in out hunting camp.
Oct. 1 heralds some great hunting seasons, and many hunters are anxious to get started after their favorite quarry.
I’ll wager that poultry breeders have about perfected the growing and marketing of turkeys. The tame birds, that is. And I suppose that could cause some to wonder why a hunter would force himself or herself to sit cramped up for hours, camouflaged from top to bottom and in all manner of weather, while trying to entice one of those sharp-eyed birds within shotgun range.
Within a week so many different hunting seasons are opening that it’s a real quandary to figure out what to hunt and where.
Sept. 15 seems to be the magic day for many hunters, so I suppose the best thing to do is simply make a quick choice and hit the woods or fields.