My grandson and I bowhunted Sunday and Monday over at Scatter Creek. We didn't bring anything home, but a lesson was learned. Up to now, he had never had the opportunity to draw his bow on a deer. He chose his own stand site, and he chose a thicket that borders the east side of a food plot. I went to the other side, down a little further to a honesuckle thicket the deer were traveling thru to get to the food plot. We were both hunting on the ground. Bryce found an opening in the thicket were several trails intersected and set up back inthe brush to watch the opening. I had told him that with the cold weather, the extra bulky clothing, and the excitement of the moment, he could find it difficult to draw his bow. He said there was no way he wouldn't be able to draw his bow. Well, a little after 8 he had a 6-point walk up at 5 steps from his position, and guess what. He couldn't get his bow drawn. He said it felt like he was pulling against a wall. I had to laugh, but I was glad he had a exciting experience.