By Bryce M. Towsley
By following the mythical Benoit relations, hunters can discover ways to tune and harvest the most important whitetail greenbacks on constant foundation. The full-color images and time-tested tools will achieve a person the virtue over whitetails and the bragging rights over camp.
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They dismissed me ten years back when I suggested that putting a scope on their rifle would put a lot more bucks on the game pole. Today, every single one of the Benoits hunts with a scope on his Remington pump action deer rifle. During a recent bull session around Shane’s kitchen table, one or the other of them started spouting off on how good these scopes were and how they hardly ever missed a deer these days. When I reminded them that I suggested they use a scope ten years ago, they politely chuckled and changed the subject.
He is long-legged, tall, and slender. With the energy and conditioning of youth, combined with his long strides, he is a match for Lanny in the woods. They hunt together and they cover a lot of territory. One day in 1997 the GPS said that they were 14 miles from the rig when they quit for the day. That’s in a straight line, because GPS doesn’t take into account terrain variations and certainly adds nothing for the meandering way a deer track covers ground. I would guess that you could easily add several more miles to the actual route that got them there.
We as hunters are all burdened by things we cannot control, such as loss of land to hunt, changing weather or aging bodies, and they all mean we can’t hunt the way we did ten years ago. But what should have evolved and gotten stronger is our brain, for that organ is the single most important tool we hunters have to use. While this book can instruct you about deer sign, identifying and tracking big bucks, or even how to find the best place to hang your treestand, it cannot predict every deer hunting situation.