You know the mulies are getting too bold for their own good…

…when you actually run into a bunch of them while out walking. Sure, it happens in the Jeep but they’re not especially afraid of cars and cars cover a lot of ground more quickly than they seem able to process anyway. On foot, I don’t remember ever just blundering into mule deer within easy half-blind-old-man rifle range. I only saw a doe with a fawn this morning, but the doe started pronking (or stotting, whatever) right away instead of bulletting away so I’m guessing she was behind a herd I didn’t see.

Possibly this herd, which is also acting too big for its britches. The middle of the afternoon? Seriously? I should lay out and shoot a few just to teach them respect.

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6 Responses to You know the mulies are getting too bold for their own good…

  1. Judy says:

    Mmmm, jerky, chili, korma, curry

  2. Edward says:

    Sure is one thirsty herd, but how the heck don’t they too get kidney stones drinking that stuff?

  3. Mark Matis says:

    Might that not be a good option to exercise Torso Boy?
    }:-]

  4. Mike says:

    You know there is always the option of turning one of the mulies into jerky,..

    https://lowcarbyum.com/basic-venison-or-beef-jerky/

    Or you can make venison pemmican…

    http://blog.westonproducts.com/2015/10/Venison-Pemmican-Recipe.html

    And/or dog treats for TP…

    https://greatvenisoncooking.com/venison-recipes/doggie-treats/

  5. Jean says:

    I use this guys site and books, https://honest-food.net/

  6. jon spencer says:

    With a CHAMP permit you would not even have to get out of the Jeep.

To the stake with the heretic!