The Power of Tracking

I first encountered this track two weeks before the opening of deer season and recognized for a phenomanally large white tail.  Applying tracking skill and expertise in wildlife behavior, I was able to deduce its territory and take it within days of the opening of the season, securing a year's worth of meat.  Anyone can learn to track, though it takes study and dedication.

I first encountered this fresh track two weeks before the opening of deer season and recognized it for a phenomenally large whitetail. Applying tracking skill and expertise in wildlife behavior, I was able to deduce its territory and take it within days of the opening of the season, securing a year’s worth of meat. Anyone can learn to track, though it takes study and dedication.

By applying tracking skills, I took two deer within days of the opening of the season.  One of the deer was typical, the other was exceptionally huge–one of the largest bucks taken this year.  It did not have the biggest rack, but I do not hunt for trophies, I hunt for meat.  It was phenomenally large and yielded over 200 lbs of venison once dressed out.

Read more at my bushcraft/homestead school’s website: http://twacorbiesbushcraft.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/the-power-of-tracking/

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