Bow season has already started and the gun hunters are getting antsy to have their shot at the deer. Antsy, by the way, is a term that denotes you can’t sit still any longer because you feel like you’ve got ants in your pants. Okay, I move on.
These shots won’t help cure the antsy, but they will help you pass the time.
No. 1 — okay, never, never, never, never really try this at home. Or the deer stand. Really. Don’t do it. You could sit in the stand and blow a grunt call and it might attract a big buck, but more likely it would get your deer stand SHOT AT numerous times in the daylight and probably a couple of times at night:
Seriously, don’t try it. It’s just a joke.
No. 2 — Used to be, you could go for a leisurely walk in the woods and be at peace with nature knowing you were the only one out there. You and the woods. It isn’t that way anymore. Not only are NSA satellites capable of taking your photo and reading the logo on your hunting cap from above, you probably aren’t very far from being on candid deer camera. Hunters put deer cameras on trails to spot deer, but they also use them for security around stands and camps and stuff. In fact, if you decide you want to do something you shouldn’t, don’t be surprised if your photo doesn’t show up on FACEBOOK with somebody looking for you. And, one final warning. If you feel the “call of nature” in the woods these days, you better check out that tree you are standing behind real, real good. Following the astute advice of one Forrest Gump, that’s all I have to say about that. The guy below very well may have gotten his camera back….