Here’s a feel-good story for the week.
Here in the Midwest, our October weather has played tricks on us bowhunters who have been hoping for the classic cool days and near-frost nights. We’ve been teased with some lows in the upper 40s, but mostly the days have been in the mid 70s with lots of rain. Mature buck activity, per our trail cameras, has been limited to the cover of darkness.
The weather didn’t stop the central Wisconsin duo of Holly Sherman and her son, Ian, from filling the family’s freezers in back-to-back sits. That’s right, four deer in two days! Talk about deer hunting efficiency.