The sun is rising over the foothills in San Angelo, Texas and I am realizing just how different the landscape is compared to my native Maryland rural farm land. I’m used to corn and soybean fields as far as the eye can see. Maryland whitetail hunting usually consists of climbing trees to see down into holly thickets, or box blinds on the field edges. We typically don’t use feeders and the terrain changes from one farm to the next.
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