December 2007 Feature Article
Some hunting seasons are short lived, and others feel like they drag on forever. For me, this year's whitetail season was the latter. If you're passionate about deer hunting, you're probably one of thousands of hunters tormented by a common dilemma - whether or not to hit the switch early in the season. If you have limited time to hunt or are restricted by the number of deer you can take in a given season, this decision can be daunting. It comes down to a simple matter of goals. As every whitetail hunter knows, to kill a big one you must be willing to let everything else walk. This can mean waiting until the very last minute to capitalize on a rare and often fleeting shot opportunity.
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