Attitude is everything.
When it comes to hunting and fishing, I surround myself with people who are the “happy to be out” types. The reason is simple. If you start with this mindset, you will ALWAYS be successful. Getting “something” is just a bonus.
I’m reminded of my friend, Debbie Dreyer. We’ve logged a lot of days together fishing the Kenai River, and she would start every trip by proclaiming “catching a fish is just icing on the cake…” So true.
With those words of wisdom, it’s on to the “icing on the cake” photos.
Sue Ann, Mike, and their guide with a massive bull moose.
Sue Ann followed up her moose hunt with a whitetail deer hunt.
Boo with a nice mule deer.
Geese and pheasants for Brad F, Dave, Brad A, and Alice.
Feathers and fur for Brad A, Boo, and Brad F.
Brad and Oliver showing off their morning haul on the Kenai River. It was suppose to be a duck hunt, but that’s not all they found. I may have to rethink my spring salvage run, and do it late fall.
“Remember, introduce a kid to the outdoors” is how Ron Schara, one of my favorite outdoor media personalities, would end his show. It’s a great tag line and clearly on display here. Mike has been introducing the outdoors to his son Ryan since he’s been able to walk. This was their first father/son goat hunt and I’m sure it won’t be their last.
Hope you enjoyed Part 2 of hunting photos, 2020. Next week, I’ll get back to Kenai River topics. See you then.