My archery season kicks off in Oklahoma in two days from now on October 1st. A lot of my friends hunting in Texas started their season this weekend which has me pretty antsy to get out in the stand. Lately I’ve been using my Hooyman 10′ Extendable Tree Saw to get all my spots primed and shooting lanes cleared. I really like that saw, be sure to read my review on it!
The good news
The good news is it’s the start of a fresh season. It’s always exciting going into a new season because you never know what the end result may be and anything can happen. All success and failures in the previous seasons are in the past and I have a chance to write my success for this season. I’m confident I can find a way to put a mature buck on the ground.
The bad news
The not so great news is I haven’t had hardly any bucks on the trail cameras as of yet. This will be the first season that I haven’t recorded any buck pics on camera for this place. That doesn’t mean there isn’t any bucks around. The place where I hunt the bucks tend to not come to any bait or feeders so it’s tough to know what’s in the area. That might not be a bad thing because I can go out and have hope that a big buck is cruising around, “or not.”
All in all, I can’t wait to start the season. I’ve got a new camera that I’m going to be doing some self filming with to hopefully document what is to become a season to remember! Good luck and stay safe!