About Deer Hunting Big Bucks

About Deer Hunting Flint River

Hello, and welcome, I wanted to tell you about Deer Hunting Big Bucks. My name is Adam. I’m a member of the National Rifle Association, Quality Deer Management Association, and The Pope and Young Club. I am a United States Army Veteran. And I am proud to be a part of  the many outdoors-men whose money helps to preserve wildlife and wildlife habitat for future generations to come.

About Deer Hunting

about DHBBI have two sons and want them and their sons to be able to enjoy the great outdoors for years to come. Hunting is an American Heritage and I am glad to be a part of it. I have great respect for the whitetail. I think the whitetail deer is the most beautiful animal on the face of the earth.

Deer Hunting At An Early Age

My mother worked at a gun store when I was growing up. I remember looking at the deer heads hanging in the store, and thinking what it would be like to see a big buck out in the wilderness. I wanted to go deer hunting. My mother bought me a Marlin lever-action 30-30 for Christmas, I couldn’t wait to get out in the woods. My grandfather and I sighted in my gun, and got it shooting great . I was ready now. I remember reading articles in Georgia Sportsman magazine trying to learn as much as I could about the whitetail. I went on my first hunt when I was thirteen years old, my father took me to Madison County in Georgia. My uncle lived on a farm there. We got up early before daylight that morning and my aunt fixed us a big breakfast. We walked down a long power line in the dark. The ground was frosty. I remember the ice crunching under my boots. It seemed like we walked a mile. My father put me against a big red oak tree in the edge of a soybean field. It was so cold sitting there. But I was ready. I saw a red tail hawk that morning. He was beautiful. I didn’t see a deer that day. But I couldn’t wait to go back. All week-long I thought about the weekend coming up. Would we see anything? Then Saturday rolled around and it was time to go back. We got their way before daylight. I remember sitting in the truck with my dad looking at the sky just full of stars. We even saw several shooting stars. Then we got out and got our stuff ready and started walking.  We walked a long way across a big pasture. I remember it being frosty that morning, and you could see your every breath. Then we walked  deep into the hardwoods. We finally got to my stand and my dad waited while I climbed up and pulled my gun up with a rope. Once I was in the stand he walked over the ridge out of sight. I was now by myself in a tree-stand for the first time, I’ll never forget that morning. I heard shots in the distance around 8:30 am, they weren’t to far off, I got ready, I was excited.   I’ll never forget the first deer I saw. I was in a permanent stand in a big oak tree. I could hear something running through the leaves, it was a beautiful mature doe that came by in a hurry, she jumped a big creek effortlessly. I was in awe of her, she ran off so quick. I probably only saw her for ten seconds but I was hooked, that day I fell in love with deer hunting.

My Passion For The Outdoors

I enjoy the challenge of hunting big bucks. It is something that someone who hasn’t tried cannot fully understand. I love to see the sunrise through the hardwoods on a frosty November morning. The smell of pine, and the campfire in the air. There is just something about the great outdoors. Every time I leave the deer camp to go back to  the fast paced everyday rat race, I can’t wait to get back the beauty of nature that god has  blessed us with. I hope you find deer hunting big bucks as enjoyable as I do.


2 Responses to About Deer Hunting Big Bucks

  1. Hi Adam
    I am working with a team who have just launched a new site called HuntClubber that let’s hunters find partners in their area to hunt with. Sort of like a “LinkedIn” for the hunting community.

    We are still in early days with this and would really appreciate it if you could check the site out, create an account and give us suggestions or feedback on what we are building.

    If you like the concept, a note on your blog to help spread the word would really be appreciated as well.

    The site is at http://www.huntclubber.com


    Geoff Le Quelenec

  2. Jay Salmon says:

    I connected with you through Twitter and wanted to extend an invitation to open what we call a “storefront” on our site. Outdoormash was created to help promote small outdoor businesses and bring a targeted audience (outdoor enthusiasts) directly to your business, products and services. Although we are still in our beta phase, we have officially launched our site! The invitation is a lifetime free membership, as a thank
    you for helping populate our site, again you’ll never be charged a monthly subscription. I set up your storefront by using info from your existing website or facebook page (if you have one) and then send you your login credentials (you can change and reset these once you login), then you can go in and tweak your storefront. We have over 225 small outdoor businesses signed up, you can check out their storefronts at the site already. We’re looking to give away 300 storefronts. If you have anyone you know who owns an outdoor business, the invitation extends to them as well.

    Outdoormash is another tool to advertise and promote your business at no cost. Being that you are in the hunting business I would love to add you to the site. Please let me know if your interested by emailing me at jay@outdoormash.com or call me at 518-858-6634, thanks.

    Jay R Salmon
    COO Outdoormash.com

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