Learn About The Hunting And Fishing
The great outdoors can be so relaxing. Please don't disagree if you've never given it a go. You definitely need to experience
Mother Nature before dismissing it as bothersome or annoying. It's imperative to get the full-on dose at the right time of
year. Of course the right season varies from person to person. For me it's fall, but for others it could be spring or winter
time. Yes, I did mention winter time. Although it may be chilly, you can appreciate the fact that mosquitoes and ticks won't
eat you alive like they will in the summer. So then there's camping, hunting and fishing. These are the epitome of outdoor
activities. Especially if you're heading up through the woods. It's not all about nature hikes and rock climbing.
The entire time I grew up in the rural area of Iowa, my father was an officer of hunting and fishing. A game warden for short. Now, I know what you're thinking. Iowa has no rural area in particular;
the entire state is rural. In fact, it's one gargantuan corn field. This is what a buddy of mine thought anyway. Once I moved
to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, folks thought I was from the back woods. My buddy actually asked me if we were the only house
in Iowa. Wow, are people ever naive! Iowa is a state; not a corn field. Anyway, I certainly received my dose of hunting and
fishing while living in the heartland. Anything from deer hunting with a shotgun, to bass fishing on the Mississippi, to
turkey hunting with a long bow. I was able to experience a range of hunting and fishing activities. However, I did grow tired
of the hunting part. These days I no longer care to sit quietly in a tree stand and wait for a massive buck to stroll past.
Fishing on the other hand is still outstanding. I think it's the fresh trout that I love so much.
Definitely take the time to learn all about camping, hunting and fishing before tackling them on your own. Find out what
supplies are imperative and what seasons will work best. And always remember that with hunting and fishing comes
responsibilities. You can't simply run out in the woods and start gunning down deer like it's no big thing. There are rules
to this sport. Follow them respectfully and you'll have a great time.
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