This is a place for those who want to learn about real deer hunting, from those who, for four generations, have done it the hard way: knowing the woods, finding the deer where they live, going where they go and moving them where we want them, creating a legacy of knowledge, respect and good woodsmanship to pass to children and grandchildren.My father was a great woodsman, who cruised the Gatineau Hills better than anyone I have ever met.
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WHY DO I DO IT ???
Co-workers don’t understand, and even some family members think I’m nuts. I’ve never hunted, and I have gone shooting only once in my 57 years (and did ok, thank you, at 30 yards). I enjoy meats of every kind, but I’m very grateful that some one else does the butchering for me. And yet, every year, I take two full weeks of my precious vacation for deer hunting season in Venosta. MORE...
In the course of forty years, until he died in 1979, he was guide, trainer, coach, and teacher to me and my brothers. We owe all our success as woodsmen and hunters to him.
Over all these years, the participants have been my Dad and uncles, my brothers and sisters, cousins, children, and now grandchildren. We have kept hunting journals and accumulated some extraordinary photos.
This website fulfills a long-standing ambition to share our knowledge and experiences, our stories and pictures, to educate and entertain those who enjoy the bush and admire whitetail deer.
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Being a good woodsman makes unbelievable experiences possible: my brother Rick stopped motionless, suddenly breathless, as he rounded a cedar stand and came face to face with a huge silver wolf. He said it was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen........ MORE HERE
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Versions of the following article appeared in The Ottawa Citizen on March 21, 2007 and in The Low Down to Hull and Back News in their weekly issue March 21-28, 2007. It sparked letters to Editors, in reply, and was followed up in the Citizen, on March 31, by a Bruce Ward article. Mr. Ward interviewed and quoted Phil Jenkins, who is the spokesperson re: the seal hunt for Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans. I am pleased to try to bring a rational perspective to what has been largely an emotional debate.
A FEW THOUGHTS ON THE SEAL HUNT CONTROVERSY
It’s March, and the annual seal hunt controversy is front-and-centre again. Leaving aside the traditions and economic necessity among the Inuit, and the history and traditions of the earliest settlers in the harsh North, there is still the reality that the seal hunt fills a cultural and economic necessity. I believe that evolution will resolve the issues, and we all need to take a longer view of things.