So far, deer season is off to a good start for many of Maryland’s hunters this year.
This column isn’t about turkey hunting. That season has already come and gone, and we Southern Marylanders must drive quite a distance to the northwestern end of the state to take part anyway. Turkey season is more of a spring thing around here.
The title of this column might have you thinking about Jolly Old Saint Nick coming down the chimney. And maybe wondering what he’s going to be carrying in that big sack of his. And also, more importantly, wondering just when he plans to start his Christmas shopping since there are only 47 da…
Maryland’s four-day black bear hunt ended last week, the first part of early muzzleloader for deer has already come and gone and we’re now into the second split of bow season.
Monday is the observance of Columbus Day and many of us have a three-day weekend coming up. You may have seen on the news that there’s a bit of controversy over the name of the holiday, and some towns have even enacted laws to call it something more politically correct.