How to stick with it.
I was on other side of the coin from your long and hard season. I tagged out the first morning I hunted. While happy to do so, I did feel like I was missing out on more days in the woods. You got the most bang for your buck.
We don't have to go to far to find plenty of cut ridges. Fortunately there are a few ridges close to our camp that have some mature trees. There have been tons of beach nuts and acorns on them this year which helped our deer sightings.
Any one ever try this and have it not come out like venison flavored gum? I've eaten plenty of deer hearts but tongue was new to me.
I cut out and cooked up the tongue out of this years deer. Flavor was good but boy was it chewey.
To cook I boiled it for 10-15 mins then I let it cool...
Last Friday morning I headed out to a spot a few miles from camp with Shooterbuck and one other from our camp. The plan was for Shooter buck to start a mile to the west, our friend to start 2 miles east and for me to still hunt between the two of them before meeting in the middle for lunch...