Glassing skills can pay off on the mountain, and snow can complicate things. Greg McHale breaks down some glassing tips in an informative video.
From Greg McHale:
“There are times you are going to experience a lot of snow on the ground. This can happen because you’ve signed up for a winter hunt: kudos to you if you are out there when most people are hunkering down to watch Netflix. Other times, this can happen with a freak snow event or pure bad luck. When this happens, you have two options: Option 1 is to turn tail and complain to your buddies how lousy it was out there. Option 2 is to get after it, and use smart glassing techniques to create an adventure out of it. You know which option I prefer. These tips will help you make the most of winter and fall hunting. It’s much better to return home with a great story of hardship and suffering, possibly with a trophy, than to return home with excuses.”
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