Deer Hunting Essay

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  • Deer Hunting

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    (Assignment 6) The Way to a Good Deer English November 22, 2011 Deer hunting is a very demanding hobby. The one thing that everyone must keep in mind when hunting is your safety and the safety of others. The reason for this is that you are using a weapon that can cause serious harm to you or someone, but this is not what this essay is about. I want everyone to actually learn what it takes to be a hunter. Being a hunter takes skill and understanding how deer sense things. The first thing that

  • James Nelmark: Deer Hunting

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    James Nelmark of Embarrass, Minnesota is locally known by friends and family for his skill at deer hunting. Nelmark has taken part in deer hunting since he was given his first deer rifle from his great uncle Ed Carlson at twelve years old. Over the years, his experience and love of the hunt has only grown. Every year he spends countless hours preparing for the fall deer season. Preparations actually begin in the spring and carry on throughout the summer. In the spring, he starts plowing the ground

  • Deer Hunting Narrative

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    Guns were never a significant part of my childhood. At least, that was how it was until I saw the innocent life of a deer taken by the quick blow of hunting rifle. In 2009, I was asked if I was interested in joining my aunt, uncle and cousin on a trip to the deer lease. Considering I had never gone deer hunting before, it seemed as though it would be a fun experience. So, I agreed to go and the following weekend, we left to the lease. However, the long car ride to Fredericksburg seemed to stretch

  • Narrative Essay On Deer Hunting

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    It was December first of this year. My father and I were going on the annual deer hunting trip that he has always gone on, and finally I was at the age when I could join him on this foray. Everyone else and I gathered around on a country back road to discuss where we were all going to go. After a lot of consideration, we all head out to our assigned spots for that time. My dad and I plunked ourselves beside a tree stand, waiting for our first crack at a buck. One hour passed and nothing happened—well

  • Personal Narrative: Deer Hunting

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    headed into the woods to prepare for our deer hunt. We walked through the brush as quiet as possible so that we would not spook any animals in the area. On our way to the hunting spot, we stopped in a couple areas to take in how beautiful the view was. Once we took the view in we kept moving toward our hunting spot. Finally, we reach our hunting blind and we get all set up for the hunt. My grandpa and I sat in the blind and talked quietly about how we hoped a deer would come by soon so that we didn’t

  • Deer Hunting Speech

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    It’s December, and that means that deer hunting season is in full swing. We know that there are many restaurateurs and food-service workers that are avid bow hunters who love to incorporate wild game into their winter menus. This is a topic that Servsafe food manager certification classes do not generally cover, so we thought we would take a deeper look into what the Minnesota food code says. Servesafe Food Manager Certification and Wild Game Before we begin our discussion, we want to remind you

  • Essay about Deer Hunting

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    Many people have misconceptions about hunting. One such misconception is that hunting is easy and any person can go sit in the woods and wait for an animal to cross the hunter’s path. However, people who believe this are sorely mistaken. Hunting is not just sitting in the woods with a rifle; there are many other aspects that must be considered. An individual must have all preparations complete, purchase or gather the equipment needed, and know what to listen for while in the woods.      First

  • Deer Hunting Descriptive Essay

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    last day of deer hunting season. At just the age of fifteen, I was in my house cleaning my cheap twenty gauge from Walmart. Using, a grubby white sock that had a long dark old shoelace tied around it, I inserted my shoelace through the top of the barrel.I then slowly pulled my sock through, till I saw it hanging a little into the ejection port to remove gunpowder from the gun.As I was cleaning, I kept thinking to myself how exciting this was going to be, because if I didn’t get a deer this year it

  • Essay On Deer Hunting

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    someone because they are valuable and famous? No right? Well that's what is happening to animals and some people are just having to pay $500, don’t you think there should be more? According to Star Tribune the only punishment for killing deer when it is not deer season is only $500. That's not enough for killing animals and making the become endangered. Therefore, there should be a bigger consequence for poaching for because it leads to endangerment of animals and animals should not be used to make

  • Descriptive Essay: Deer Hunting

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    The wood’s amazing fragrance lingers behind me. No matter the multitude of times I have experienced this, never will the scent go away. I always love the time spent on my deer hunting grounds. Meandering roads leading to anywhere imaginable, deer stands designating a perfect view for a hunt, antlers jettisoned onto the trails and questioning whether this will be an exceptional year. Markings carved on trees to show direction, old ragged signs saying “NO TRESPASSING”, the name and phone number of