By Tyler Kee
For those of you who have already gotten to get out there, mark me jealous. Texas’w rifle season doesn’t open until tomorrow, so I’m hopping up and down in my ergonomically designed office chair chewing on my lip and trolling Hank Shaw’s website for recipes. Hunting season starts in less than twenty-four hours and I’m like a kid on Christmas eve . . .
This year’s opener was not without some roadblocks. Normally, I take Friday off, head out to the ranch, and get all of my gear sorted out, walk around a bit, and usually sit in the blind that evening to see what comes in. We’ve had a lot more pigs this year and a decent amount of axis and black buck, so getting a non-whitetail animal the day before is never totally out of line. Unfortunately, I’m sitting in the office instead of the woods.
I’m sitting in the office because one of my friends had the audacity to get married on opening day, and my wife and I have to attend a welcome dinner halfway between San Antonio and Austin tonight. Try as I might, I was unable to wiggle my way out. Luckily, the …Read the Rest
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