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Second Thought

Posted by Jordan Seitz on Monday, October 31, 2016, In : Pronghorn 

Second Thought

September 24, 2016

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I said I wasn’t going to worry about shooting my pronghorn until after deer season. I’ve learned I don’t multitask too well and wanted to dedicate my hunting time to deer. To force the idea, my gun was still stowed and it’s zero unchecked when opening day for pronghorn arrived. A couple days into that season, we were taking a family drive with the old Land Cruiser on some new trails when I spotted two nice bucks. The first one was real nice ...


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All in One

Posted by Jordan Seitz on Sunday, October 30, 2016, In : Elk 

All in One

September 2, 2016

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So much anticipation precedes the first hunt of the year. In fact, a person usually has such a hard time sleeping that they are up well before their alarm. This was the case for me...until I fell back asleep and woke up 40 minutes late because my alarm wasn’t loud enough. It’s a good thing I had packed everything the night before because I went into near panic mode getting ready and out the door. When I’m hunting, I loathe tardiness.


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DEER YEAR

Posted by Jordan Seitz on Monday, October 24, 2016, In : Mule Deer 

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It was my deer year. At least that’s what I told people. I’d spent several years reading, researching, absorbing advice from my mulie-savvy friend, and hunting a lot of country. With a good tag in my pocket for 2016, I made it my goal to shoot my first mature public land mule deer (4.5+ years old), or eat my tag trying. To help make it happen, I intended to shoot the first branch antler bull I got a shot at with my bow. Eight or nine miles into a 14 mile day on my ...


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Inspired by hunting notes and tales written by Elmer Keith, Howard Hill, Fred Bear, Bob Munger, and Ted Nugent, the author has been compiling notes, tales, and adventures in Michigan since 1998 and Wyoming since 2009. The GoneWalkabout blog will follow his footsteps as he sits, crawls, and runs after rodents, varmints, and big game with bow and gun.-------------------------------The author has been published in Eastmans' Bowhunting Journal magazine, SoleAdventure blog, eXtreme magazine, and Ted Nugent's Adventure Outdoors magazine. ---------------------------------------To contact the author, use the email form found on the "home page" for his "Skulling" website that is connected to this blog.
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