Sure, a baby wagon for your bike is a great way to haul your kids around. But they also have a pretty hefty load capacity that can haul a lot of elk or deer meat on your hunting trips. They can be a little spendy to purchase new, but I've found that they pop up at garage sales nearly as often as treadmills and old freezers. I recently purchased the one below for $8 at a local sale. My little boy, Remi, loves it...but he has no idea that he'll be sharing it with dead critters this fall.
Justin Byers sent me a shout-out from the treestand the other day that he was Shooting Pink this fall. A short time later he got to draw first blood of the season on a nice Montana coyote. Well done, Justin!
Aidan is discovering what he can get done by switching from his little Cricket .22 to the Remington 870 20 gauge. Here he is with a 1-shot 2-killed ground swat on squirrels before school.
Good times last night speaking at the FBC Wild Game Dinner in Millington, TN. It was great to see a bunch of my extended family and old hunting friends that came out for this event.
I'm really proud of Stone Cold Killer, Corrine Bundy, of Mathews, Inc. on her first bull with the Chill SDX. The Chill SDX is a smooth shooting bow that continues to build on Mathews' great line of bows designed specifically for smaller framed shooters. Check it out at www.mathewsinc.com.
September 1st means one thing in the south...opening day of Dove Season. It's a southern tradition full of good times, great stories, and timeless memories. Having been in the northwest, it's been 4 years since the last time I dove hunted. My little boy, Aidan, was with me and he played the role of bird boy for me at that time. This year, however, he was a little anxious to spend some time on the trigger for himself. While the action wasn't exactly hot, we did manage to burn up some shells and Aidan knocked down a bird for the bag. He was pumped. And his little brother, Easton, got to be bird boy this year and retrieve birds for his dad and big brother. Good times!