|Squirrel in the Soybeans|
1. First of all, why is it that I am almost sure to see turkeys when I'm deer hunting and deer when I'm turkey hunting?
2. How does an animal as small as a squirrel make more noise coming through the woods than a 100 lb deer?
3. If you stare at an empty soybean field long enough, you can begin to see things that aren't really there.
4. Bushes, stumps, and other objects can magically appear to be deer, especially at twilight.
5. Never borrow a muzzleloader from someone and then take it hunting without shooting it first to check the scope.
6. If you do not follow number 5, be prepared to take two shots and then watch your deer leave the country without a scratch on it.
7. It's fun to walk by your hunting buddy's trail camera and make funny faces on the way to the stand.
8. Those nice bucks that appear on your trail camera in July and August will vanish exactly one day before the opening of archery season.
9. Raccoons must like having their picture taken by trail cameras.
10. Days when you're at work are sure to be the days your hunting partner will see deer.
11. No matter what happens, watching the sun come up over a bean field, or set in the woods as the owls start talking makes every minute spent hunting worth it.
12. There is no such thing as a bad day hunting, deer or no deer.
Good luck to all you hunters out there!
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