Between Encounters of the 4th and 5th Kind

“A little frustration is healthy,” I reminded Mary.  “It will make the success of bagging your first, big tom all that much sweeter.  It can only be spoiled if you give up or do something unethical in the meantime.” She was frustrated, yes, but more determined than ever to get her bird. I called in … Continue reading Between Encounters of the 4th and 5th Kind

Mary’s Introduction to Turkey Hunting

Even when I was a little boy hunting with my father hours on end, I never wanted to come out of the woods.  In later years, I never stopped to think that my sons would be different.  Then around the age of 12, I noticed they were losing their enthusiasm for hunting and fishing.  I … Continue reading Mary’s Introduction to Turkey Hunting