Monday, July 30, 2007
As the summer months swiftly pass -- my mind wanders again to past hunting experiences. What can I draw from them to make each new season produce evident success? I don't know about you but I find myself reading and looking for other people's point of view; what may or may not have worked for them. Some names /websites come to mind when looking for information and supplies. The wish list as it were... P.K. Jacobson for deer hunting at http://www.hunting-secrets.com/. He published an interview DVD with Cabela's in April of this year. Helping to expose all the items needed to make our outdoor life a little more enjoyable; available both in their retail establishment and online. Another deer hunting research source can be found here -- "Discover the breakthrough hunting system guaranteed to increase your trophy buck harvests regardless of your level of hunting knowledge!" http://momdoter.deersecret.hop.clickbank.net/ Click Here! Then there are the the guys over at http://www.huntingnet.com/ that bring together some personal, first hand experiences. Some good reading and links to help locate everything you would want to camp and hunt. Even have an Iowa connection there from what I understand. ; ) Are you looking for a buck that everybody would envy? Maybe you should check out the "Deerseeker", written by Cory German. To find out more about how this young man can help you reach your goal check it out... http://momdoter.deerseeker.hop.clickbank.net/Click Here! Turning the focus back to my personal desire to become a better hunter- continues to lead me to examine the possibility of adding a hunting companion. Not the two legged kind in this instance... I have been looking into the English Springer Spaniel and Weimaraner breeds for having more success with my desire to bring home the Pheasant. Really have found some great information on websites of breeder/trainers here in Iowa. Just one site that I will share with you at the moment is http://www.crosswindkennels.com/. A local source of Labrador puppies and trained bird dogs in central Iowa. Take a look... Being in the field with a dog would be a whole new aspect for me. How about you? Tell me what you think. The positive and negatives of how it has affected your outcomes.