Hunting seasons are in full bloom right now throughout the country, which means it’s a great time for you to identify things to do in the off-season.
Whoa! Don’t wrinkle your nose. You’re going to and from the woods and fields right now. You’re seeing things, wondering what changes you can make or do for next year, and how to do it on the cheap. And then, usually, we forget about those ideas later. That’s why it’s a good thing to take time to plan with written notes to create a spring to-do checklist.
Check back in that last ‘graph, too, with the word cheap. That often has a negative connotation but it’s valid. Cheap, inexpensive, budget … whatever you want to call it, saving money in this day and age is a good thing. Anything you can do to improve your outdoors experiences without laying out a lot of cash is a plus.
Over the years I’ve done some of these things and it paid off down the road. Here are four things you can do, inexpensively…READ MORE.
by Alan Clemons
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