No matter the weather, hunters need to be prepared
Jerry Pellman couldn’t get himself in the right frame of mind.
With the oppressive heat keeping him from taking on any outdoor chores, Pellman decided it would be best to work ahead. He could clean his guns, organize his shells, make weights for duck decoys and basically get everything ready for hunting season.
“That way I could spend more time hunting when the cool weather gets here,” Pellman said.
In theory, the plan was perfect. In reality, the Quincy hunter had one major flaw to his agenda.
It was too hot to go hunting, let alone think about it.