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    Deer Hunting Journey

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    Nebraska for our annual deer hunting trip. Every year the same memories are pulled out and a remembrance of the year before comes rushing out. The trip always starts in the morning. When the sun isn 't even up and the sound of fog and the earth sleeping come to ear. The cold engine on the car starting up and smoke storming out of the exhaust, and the feeling of a hot coffee in your hands to start the day. My dad looks at me eagerly and asks” you ready”? I respond with “Of course” We hop in the now warm car and begin our drive into the hills. We get to our destination and slowly hop out of the car trying not to make a sound, grab our rifles and begin to walk. Walking…

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    9/13/15 I went to check my camera yesterday, and I was so surprised! I had a huge buck that had split G2s and had a really wide rack. I knew when I saw that buck I had my mind set to kill that deer. I will sit in my stand all day if that’s what it takes to kill this deer. Then I got to thinking if I was going to talk about this deer I needed to have a name for this buck. “I think I’m going to name this buck Tank,” I told my family. “That’s the most ridiculous thing I ever heard,” my family…

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    Deer Hunting Cruelty

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    In both hunting compositions, they include two fundamental concepts. This consists of Cruelty and Injury Rate. Both articles clarify how the Injury Rate is incessantly accumulating rapidly. “Approximately 100 people die in hunting accidents in the United States every year.”(Lin, 2). The text also explicitly states that unlike diverse forms of sports, hunting is dicey for the whole community, yet not just participants. In article two, it explains a different type of injury, injuries directed…

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    hunt quality public land for whitetail deer throughout the Midwest and other areas throughout the country, you know the excitement and thrill that it can provide. I’m sure you are questioning my choice of words for the opening statement. I assure you I meant what I said. “Fortunate” and “public land” do not find themselves in the same sentence very often. Public land gets a bad rap, sometimes it is deserved and other times it certainly is not. We are certainly fortunate to have such a…

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    Deer Hunting

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    Are you a big game hunter? Well, if so then I can help you with the basics of how to butcher a deer. Now I don’t know everything there is to know about this, but I have plenty of experience. Many people don't like venison because of the "wild" taste. If your deer is properly killed, field dressed, aged, butchered and cooked, you will have a steak or roast that is to die for. If your family or guests don't like such venison, they don't like meat. First things first in order to do this delegate…

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    Deer Hunting Narrative

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    Fall. My favorite season out of the four sensational times of the year in Minnesota, considering that it happens to be my favored sport season, deer hunting. Deer hunting is my favorite nine days of the entire year. I have had remarkable and crummy years while hunting, but my second year hunting was by far the best season I have ever had. November 8th, 2014. Season opener. 3:00 p.m. Half of the day had passed by, and round two of the opening day had begun. I felt excited for that night that it…

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    year.("Home.") I am one of them that hunted this year. I have been hunting since I was about 4. The first thing I hunted was pheasant with my dad. I have been hunting deer since I was 8. I just started snow goose hunting last year. My favorite thing to hunt are snow geese, deer, and pheasant. My favorite thing to hunt is deer. Deer hunting is fun because you get so much of any adrenaline rush when you actually shoot one. The first year I went deer hunting I shot a deer. It took to the last…

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    I saw the deer in the cross hairs of my scope; I took one last deep breath of the crisp winter air as my dad pressured me to hurry up, and I squeezed the trigger. I had never heard anything sound so loud in my life. My heart was beating through my chest as I looked down to see blood and shattered glass everywhere. The doe I was aiming for still standing in front of me unharmed. I was shaking uncontrollably, and not from the cold, but from the sight of what I had done. The smell of black power…

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    Essay On Deer Hunting

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    Deer hunting is a great sport I love the excitement and the rush that you get from an animal. I am always looking to improve on techniques for being quiet when the deer are approaching my stand I like to stand when a deer is coming than sitting down because it gives me more room and I can pull my bow a lot easier than sitting down. But some hunters like to sit down so they don’t scare the deer away, but I think it’s more of a challenge to do. As a deer hunter there is a right time and a wrong…

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    Deer Hunting Essay Topics

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    How to Deer Hunt Deer hunting can be considered a method of survival to obtain food and warm clothing or as a sport. Although deer hunting is typically considered a sport and rarely used for food nowadays in the United States, throughout history hunting has been used for clothing and food. “Deer were an integral part of Native American’s lives. Meat and bone marrow made up a large part of their diet. Indians used hides for clothing, rugs, blankets, fishnets, and tools out of bones. They crafted…

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