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Hunting more than the harvest

 It’s finally Fall at Cheyenne Bottoms. Birds are migrating, days begin to shorten, and hunting seasons begin.

It’s all about the experience. Most hunters are reminded of that as they enter the field, for the first time in months, in pursuit of game. While the tablefare that can result is an added bonus, the real intrigue of the sport and success of a hunt is measured in the experience.

I’m reminded of a story Karl Grover, retired manager of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area, told me of a hunter who came to Cheyenne Bottoms for a duck hunt ...

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