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A deer rub describes the abrasions caused by a male deer rubbing his forehead and antlers against a tree. In the late summer or early fall, male deer rub the velvet off their newly-acquired antler growth. The area between the forehead and antlers contains a large number of apocrine sweat glands, and leave a scent that communicates a challenge to other male deer while also attracting potential mates.
Sometimes it's not about the fish at all but more about finding yourself in different surroundings. That is what special about fishing. It can take you anywhere.
Organize and Separate Fishing Hooks With Safety Pins
Efford's Hunting Adventures - Trophy Woodland Caribou Hunting
Trigger Snare Modified For Fishing
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