Sunday, November 26, 2017

Today was brutally cold when we got up, but the fresh snow gave me a little hope to find a bear track and for the other guys to get on some deer.

We decided to cover some ground today. All of us put our GPSs on mileage mode to track the number of miles we covered over the course of the day. When it was all said and done, we had walked over 30 miles again and nobody cut a single fresh track. The deer just aren’t moving very much in the areas we are currently hunting. It’s disappointing to say the least.

I’m not sure what to expect tomorrow, probably more of the same. It’s supposed to snow a little again tonight. When we were driving out tonight, we picked a guy up who was walking on the road. He told us that his buddy missed a bear earlier in the day and he missed an opportunity at a nice buck. He had come a long distance to get to where we picked him up. I was impressed with the country he had traversed. I’d say he’s lucky he didn’t put the bear or the buck on the ground. It would have been a long trip out of there for him.


It’s on. I’m in luck. Stay tuned. They’re not hibernating yet, at least this one isn’t.

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