In mid-October, I went backpack bowhunting in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park with Jason Meekhof and Bob Busch, both fellow board members for the Michigan chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Jason and I had bear tags, and we all had deer tags, but all we found was squirrels. Nevertheless, it was an awesome adventure, made so because these were great guys to share a campfire with. On our last night in camp, we recorded this video originally intended to be part of the Michigan Out-of-Doors Podcast. However, I didn't think that the quality of the video was up to par with the MOOD brand. It's still a good story, though, so I'm sharing it here. This chat is broken up into two parts. Here's part one:
Drew YoungeDyke is an award-winning freelance outdoor writer and a Director of Conservation Partnerships for the National Wildlife Federation, a board member for 2% for Conservation, a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers, and the Michigan Outdoor Writers Association, and a state-appointed member of the Pigeon River Country State Forest Advisory Council.
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