Deer & Deer Hunting

LOST SEASON

Last season, while many of you were anxiously taking to the woods and preparing for the upcoming season, getting ground blinds squared away, setting stands, checking out the first rubs, ogling pics from your trail-cams — all of the things we cherish each year — I was listening to Doc Collier, a brilliant oncology radiation specialist, deliver these shocking words: “I’m afraid you’re about to enter the worst three months of your lifetime.”

He went on to lay out my October and November schedule, one looking much different than yours I hope. Mine would

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