Cory Sutton got in touch with us here at D&DH a few years ago with a pretty compelling story about his health battles and passion for deer hunting.
They say hope is what we cling to when reality has left us with nothing else, but I have to disagree. As the minutes ticked down on the second-to-last day of my daughter’s first deer season, we weren’t clinging. We were hanging on by our fingernails. Thankfully, Emily had a champion’s...
Guns over the mantle, once a common sight, are disappearing in today's homes. I miss them, and appreciate them much more when I see them.
Today’s blog post is a disturbing video clip of a deer allegedly infected with chronic wasting disease. A friend of mine sent to me this morning. The video was posted earlier this fall by a South Dakota landowner who found a near-death mule deer. The man states that he contacted state...
Hunters have hundreds of millions of acres of public land in the United States to enjoy, even if it can be a challenge sometimes to stay positive.
The reward for hard work to pick up clues on a new tract: an 8-point buck that reignited hunting passions and put some venison in the freezer.
Never ever forget that even the most nerve wracking moments on the hunt, even in great states like Texas, are some of the best moments life has to offer.
Let us give sincere thanks that we are Americans, where we the people choose our individual life, liberty and pursuit of backstrap happiness.
Sometimes things work out as perfectly as planned for a deer hunt, as Ted Nugent discovers with an old Michigan marsh buck that didn't let him down.