Descriptive Essay On Hunting

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The Adrenaline that a hunter feels being in the top of a tree stand waiting for the perfect deer to hunt is absolutely incredible, however hunters are not always lucky enough to find their prey. My dad and I began going around the ranch a day before we went hunting, we looked around to see where the biggest deer’s were located. We tested and align the rifles, to leave everything prepared to go hunting the following day at dawn. We were very positive that we were going to be lucky enough to hunt a big trophy deer, tough the results we had were never crossed our minds.
Our hope for a good hunt was increased because we saw that many family members had already hunted deer in our ranch, we knew that there were lots of wildlife on the ranch. Deers usually come out in the morning, and in winter season, this animals usually eat acorns, grass, nuts, and twigs, but what attracts them the most is a type of corn that many people call deer corn. The day before we went hunting, my dad and I went to
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Animals would come out, but nothing close to what we were looking for. We were very excited and had a lot of hope, we had much desire, but the only animals that would come out were wild boars and does which are female deers, our eagerness was slowly disappearing due to the results we were having and it did not come to see us what we wanted, "don’t make any noise and be ready son, get the rifle and be ready, a deer can come out at any time", my dad said. The rifles used to kill such a big animal are most likely to be the .22 caliber 243 caliber, or 270 caliber. These caliber firearms require good aim and to try to hit the target with a single shot so that you can kill the animal. We were looking for a male deer, approximately an 8 point buck with a good weight. We left deer corn on the road so maybe in the way back to the house a deer could be there eating just in case we didn’t hunt

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