|Cold can’t stop the deer camp tradition|
By Kurt Krueger
COMBINING a late deer opener with sub-zero wind chills is far from the ideal scenario for productive hunting, but it wasn’t all bad news from the Pine River Country deep in the national forest.
Given the weather and the fact that we don’t use bait, that’s a mighty big accomplishment in and of itself. Heck, for the first time since 1989, I saw a doe with three fawns milling through the hardwoods Sunday morning — couldn’t believe my eyes.The credit goes to a U.S. Forest Service that’s finally getting
|Tuesday, November 26, 2013 12:29 PM|