Monday, August 18, 2014

Thank You

I get some pretty sweet fan/follower feedback. There was a post about a possible outdoor project in the future and this person suggested me. I truly love getting all sorts of feedback, but every so often I get one that makes me sit back in my chair and my eyes water up. I got one of those today. ‪#‎humbling‬
This wouldn't be for me but if I were you guys I would give Josh Wells a look ! He is one of the hardest working hunter's I know and his respect and responsibilit...ies for the animals and there environment is 2nd to none .fishing hunting trapping he is 100% an outdoors man. with good values and a deep love for everything outdoors . He pushes himself like no one else I've ever seen .He knows what hard work is and will not give up until he has done what he set out to do .He deserves a shot and if there is any way possible you guys can do this for him he will not disappoint. His drive passion and stewardship to the land is something this world needs to see so please check him out ! Minnesota outdoor journal josh wells ok thank you !

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Deer Densities: Who's Who

All summer long people have been posting trail cam pics of deer from up north to the southern border. Comments about all the deer sightings, fawn pics, and shooter bucks. Folks saying how they can't wait for season because things are really looking good. And, I would have to agree with these folks, I'm having similar results. Yet, the deer population and densities are at an unhealthy low level? Some of these are the same folks who, just 8 short months ago, were fighting tooth and nail about how poor our populations and densities were? There are two types of outdoorspeople, those who pretend to know what they are talking about and those who truly do know what they are talking about. The more involved I become, the easier it is to tell who's who. ‪#‎wildlifemanagement