Tales From The Hunt Leo Lopez

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Tales From The Hunt  by  Leo Lopez

Tales From The Hunt by Leo Lopez
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A collection of short stories as told around the campfire of a typical hunting camp. Well, maybe not your typical hunting camp, but it is our hunting camp. The stories are from years of hunting experiences. Although some stories might sound like theMoreA collection of short stories as told around the campfire of a typical hunting camp. Well, maybe not your typical hunting camp, but it is our hunting camp. The stories are from years of hunting experiences. Although some stories might sound like the truth is being stretched, they are all true life experiences.

Each one of the authors has been hunting for over 40 years. Here are a few lines from the bookLes Makes a Decoy chapter 1The setup was perfect! It was as if we were watching a hunting video unfolding before our eyes. The buck had no clue Les was approaching. I told Lawrence, “If Les keeps going up the gully- he’ll be able close the distance for sure.”.............

As the buck gets within range of Les again, I see Les drop the decoy grab his bow and off goes the buck again. Les picks up the decoy and starts after the buck. As soon as the buck hits the top of the hill it looks back sees the decoy and down the hill he charges.Come Back With my Arrow chapter 15Crack!! The sound of a branch snapping draws my attention to an area about 20 yards to my right above and off the trail. There before my eyes was a large 4 x 4 muley buck slowly rising to his feet. I was busted!! The buck just stared at me as thoughts of “what do I do next?” raced through my head.

I had heard you could hide behind your bow if you do it slow enough. With agonizingly slow movements, I started to nock an arrow. Whoosh!! The buck snorted as he caught my movement, but he didn’t move a muscle.This had never happened before.

Usually a deer is off at the first sign or scent of danger. Not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, I continued to nock my arrow. At the sound of the nock snapping on the string- came another whoosh, but as before, the buck stood his ground and did not move. Now that my arrow is nocked, how do I draw my bow? I could do it as quickly as I could and try a snapshot as the buck surely would bolt away, or continue my slow movements in hopes of somehow coming to a full draw.



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