This week we say thanks to all the dads that introduced us to, and spent time with us in the outdoors. Stick with us for a special Father’s Day edition of the N1 Outdoors N1 Minute.
For most of us our love of the outdoors didn’t just happen. There was likely a friend, or family member that gave up their time to be sure that we had the opportunity to experience all that the outdoors has to offer.
For myself and for many of you, that person was Dad. Having kids of my own now, I often think about the patience that must have been involved in teaching a squirrelly kid the basics of how to hunt and fish. And, I’m also thankful for the values that I learned in the process… memories and lessons that will last a lifetime.
Now, I get the privilege of sharing those lessons with my kids, and I hope to do as good of a job as my dad did with me.
So, to all you dads out there, N1 Outdoors would like to wish you a very happy Father’s Day. And Dad, thanks for taking me fishing.
Have a great week and remember, “where the moments happen, we’ll meet you there.” We’ll see you next time.
Think you’ve got the skills to score a big buck from a photo? Well today you’ll get your chance… and there’s a prize on the line. Stick with us for the N1 Outdoors N1 Minute.
Buck scoring contest
Today on the N1 Outdoors N1 Minute, we get the chance to take a look at a great whitetail buck taken by West Wells of Hawkinsville, Georgia. This buck was taken by rifle in Pulaski County on November 21st, 2015. You can submit your best guess on the score of this buck in the comments below. The person with the closest gross score before deductions, will win the N1 Outdoors Hide ‘N Seek Buck tshirt.
Good luck to all of you and thank you again to Wes for allowing us to share his buck with the N1 Outdoors community.
For you hunters out there, the wait until the start of deer season can seem like an eternity. But don’t just sit around waiting. It’s never too early to start thinking about access routes to your stand. Start clearing now, and it will only take a few minutes in the weeks prior to the season and will limit the amount of scent you leave in those locations.
Remember, wind direction is critical to entry and exit routes so you want to do everything you can to stay downwind of bedding areas as well as travel routes that lead to food sources. Thanks for joining us for this edition of the N1 Outdoors N1 Minute.