With the hunt wrapped up, I wanted to give you all some horse & camp tips (filmed during this hunt) that I’ve picked up over the years. Some of these are intuitive, some of them you won’t think of until it’s too late. Living and hunting well in the backcountry takes years of experience but, as my daddy taught me, is half the fun.
I also give a final report on my clothing from First Lite.
I had to create two videos for today’s blog post as my editing software couldn’t handle it all.
Thanks for following this project to it’s completion. I hope you learned something that will help you bag the buck of your dreams. If any of the information helped, but sure to drop us all a line in the comments section. Feel free to add your own tips that have helped you, even if they don’t agree with mine. I’m the first to admit I’ve got a lot of learning to go.
Lord-willin’ I’ll be one of those old deer hunters I’ve met and read about over the years who would never take 12 days in the backcountry to kill a buck. Oh no, they get it done in like five days and usually within a mile of a good road. Trust me, they are out there and don’t keep blogs for everyone to follow. If you get lucky enough to meet one, listen closely to what he has to say. I do.
God bless Rokslide.