I hunt Cottle and Foard and as of last Saturday, it has been excruciatingly slow, due in large part I believe to the native browse and abundance of water, which is not a bad thing for the herd after 3 years of drought. However, when I woke up on Sunday we had freezing mist and ice, so it is my hope that this little snap kicks the herd into gear so to speak and kills off the remaining vegetation. I will be hunting pretty solid starting Friday for two weeks and I suspect as is usually the case in that part of the country, the week before, of and after Thanksgiving is the best. Good luck.
How come everybody I meet is a deer hunting expert?