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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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save the racksThroughout our many years of working with wonderful ScopeShield customers, we have seen more and more female hunters – strong, dedicated ladies with a passion for the outdoors and the sport of hunting. Seeing as it is October, we want to encourage those ladies, and everyone else, to take part in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer affects the lives of far too many beautiful and skilled women that we know and love.

From Field To Plate

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jeremiah doughtyMy name is Jeremiah Doughty, born and raised living the Southern lifestyle…. Well, the Southern California lifestyle. I was not raised as your typical hunter/fishermen, I was raised in the surf and the sand, wearing sandals rather than boots. But when it came time for hunting or fishing I became your non-typical California kid. Growing up, as soon as the weather dropped from 95 to a chilling 75, I knew that fall was here. Fall meant one thing for me, hunting!

Modern Day Explorers

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There is a rustle of branches beneath her feet as she dodges tree limbs from every direction. The cool wind grazes her face as she holds the camera steady in front of her. As she climbs over a pile of rocks, she stops in her tracks. She and a deer lock eyes, neither moving an inch. She takes a deep breath and soaks in the beauty of the creature and the surrounding nature in front of her.

A Hunter's Life

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As I sit here this morning, I think about hunting; and life. My life. As far back as I can remember, I’ve either been, or wanted to be, a hunter.

A lot of people don’t think of themselves as hunters, and by the very nature of their actions and their expressed beliefs, it's hard for those of us who openly identify ourselves as hunters to think of those ‘others’ as hunters. But they are. Humans, by their very nature, are all hunters. Here's how:

Strategic Partnering

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As I sit here this early September morning, I find myself doing something that I don't do too often: pondering. As I am now in my 6th decade of existence, life seems to be going by faster and faster. At the same time, I feel as if I’m getting slower and slower. Something is wrong with that equation, but I doubt if Einstein even had that figured out.

My First Elk Hunting Trip

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I wrote the following a few days after we returned from our 2009 elk hunting trip. It still inspires me to this day to learn more, gain confidence, and to become a better outdoorsman every chance I can get. 

Day One (Wednesday 10/14/09) - My husband, Gary, and I headed up to the McKenzie Unit. It started raining and we found that one of our tents was lifted up by the wind and relocated down the hill. What fun setting up camp in the rain! Our time was spent resetting one of the tents and moving in with limited scouting only.

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