Sometimes I feel like I am just hunting way too hard
What part of the state you in? Is that early for the acorns? Last few years in zone 12, they’re falling good in November. Persimmons also seem to be falling earlier than usual.Just got settled in. White oaks falling hard and all the feed is gone. Gonna shoot at the first legal deer that comes on. Got an empty freezer and a hungry wife at home lol. Goodluck and be safe to all that’s out
I’m in Van Buren County. They usually always fall this time a year. Them and squirrels are thick here this year. Should be shooting a mess of them. But my wife said if I didn’t kill a deer soon I’d be sleeping on the couch lolWhat part of the state you in? Is that early for the acorns? Last few years in zone 12, they’re falling good in November. Persimmons also seem to be falling earlier than usual.
Ehh if I can see them I'll sling an arrow towards them, I figure I might hit them somewhere then get lucky and find them. If not I can probably find them a few days later with the buzzards. I mean just look at the one I killed yesterday, I shot that dude in the face.It’s social media and big name hunting pushing that it’s okay to sling an arrow at a deer at 50 yards. The average bow hunter has no business trying to shoot a deer at 50. I shoot religiously and can shoot dang good groups at 80 yards but my longest shot on a deer is 36 yards. People need to keep shots realistic and learn to interpret shot scenarios. An alert deer at 45 yards is not one you need to shoot at...