The weather forecast is for showers this weekend; a lot of thought will be given on how to approach this new hunting area. If it is raining, at first light, a camo ground blind, set up in the cornfield, might work.
If you hunt from a ground blind, the DNR requires a patch of hunter orange on each side of at least 144 square inches so that it is visible from any directions.
Awhile back, I told you about liking to run over walnuts with my truck and how the crows took advantage. My brother Roger writes “Those crows may have dropped the nuts in the roadway on purpose. He suggested a youtube video “Clever Crows.” by Petagoras. Not only were these crows dropping nuts to have them crushed, but they were dropping them at crosswalks to keep from being run over.
Rick Bramwell’s column appears Thursdays in The Herald Bulletin sports section. To contact him, email email@example.com.