This week's column in the Jamestown Gazette, "Tenderloins or Tag Soup" outlines three things the successful hunter does.
1. He thinks a little harder.
2. He stays a little longer.
3. He goes a little farther.
For me, a lot is summed up in those three things, and sometimes they're the keys to ending a dry spell. This picture of a New York buck was the result of an adjustable game plan, an adjustment you sometimes make in your head and sometimes make with your feet.
What other things can you think of that might make the difference between tenderloins and tag soup?
To access more of my writing on hunting topics, go to the home page of my blog, Mission: Hunter.