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Entries for May 2016

Spitting Distance

Spitting Distance

By Ed Waite

Sometimes nothing-to-lose antics work like a charm. Michael Miller knew rain was on the way, but he was eager to visit the unpicked cornfield — providing his brother, the foreman for McGill Landscaping in Omaha, called an early enough end to the work day. It was Oct. 21, and the 19-year-old was keenly aware that his favorite bowhunting spot w... READ MORE

Googlebuck.com

Googlebuck.com

By Mike Handley

One of New York’s all time best. Twenty-six days into New York’s 2009 bow season, Long Island attorney Bjorn Holubar found himself working at home with his favorite paralegal, a curvaceous, eager-to-please redhead named Ginger. Bjorn and Ginger spend a lot of time together, perhaps too much, but she had nothing to do with the 42-year-ol... READ MORE

Battling “Buckachers”

Battling “Buckachers”

By Daniel Crane

I was 14 years old when I finally learned why my family was gaga over deer hunting. I didn’t shoot one that year, but I did tag a 10-pointer with my 12-gauge Remington during my second season. Despite my early success and countless trips, I waited a long time to put my crosshairs on a real wallhanger. Early during Indiana’s 2009 season,... READ MORE

Same Stand, Same Day

Same Stand, Same Day

By Ed Waite

Dad’s Best & Son’s First. Ohio’s 2009 gun season was rapidly winding down; it was Saturday with only Sunday remaining. The season had been pretty much a bust for Leonard Bakker and his son, Travis. Leonard had set up a two-person treestand on 65 acres of private land in Clinton County in southwestern Ohio. “I had taken o... READ MORE

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