Tag: Hunting

Finally! Surprise comes in final minutes of deer season

Finally! Surprise comes in final minutes of deer season

| November 20, 2012 | 1 Comment

Without a doubt, the Lord put me to the test this fall in the deer stand. Anglers call the muskie the fish of 10,000 casts. I think the whitetail deer could be called the fish of 10,000 minutes.

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Emergency or blessing? The power of silence

Emergency or blessing? The power of silence

| Christina Capecchi | October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

My dad and brother just returned from a fly-in fishing adventure in the Canadian wilderness —fly-in, that is, because their outpost camp could only be accessed by floatplane, the sole cabin on a remote lake teeming with walleye.

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Bow making hobby brings spiritual benefits to seminarian

Bow making hobby brings spiritual benefits to seminarian

| October 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Something happens to Jake Anderson when the leaves change colors in the fall. This year, it occurred while on retreat at Pacem in Terris retreat center near St. Francis earlier this month.

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Just months shy of 90th birthday, hunter bags first deer

Just months shy of 90th birthday, hunter bags first deer

| November 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

One of my finest moments in the great outdoors actually took place indoors.

I had no plans to spend time outside Oct. 7, other than heading to my office. However, during a brief time of prayer before leaving, my thoughts drifted to a scene unfolding in the woods about 100 miles away, near Little Falls.

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