• by Steve Sorensen | The Everyday Hunter®

5 Mistakes Beginning Deer Hunters Make

Anyone who watches football can see a big difference between high school players and pro players. For example, it's second nature for a pro quarterback to have his feet correctly positioned to make a throw, but even a good high school quarterback doesn't have the repetitions and the muscle memory to do it correctly every time. Rookies make mistakes.

Beginning deer hunters also make mistakes. Certain things — even the food we choose to eat in the deer woods — can reduce our chances of of bringing home the bacon, er, the venison.

Read what some of them are in my October 15 column in the Jamestown (NY) Gazette: "5 Mistakes Beginning Deer Hunters Make."

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