Many hunters like to pass the time in a tree-stand or ground blind by reading a good book. You know the drill: Whitetails probably won’t step into your food plot until the last 45 minutes of daylight, so that means you have at least 3 hours to watch the clover grow.
Sure, you could kill time on your smartphone, but I suggest an old-school way to wait on a whitetail: a good book.
No, we aren’t suggesting you steam up the inside of a blind by reading 50 Shades of Grey, although a book with so much talk about s.e.x. seems logical to read during a period of time referred to simply as “the rut.”
Instead, let me introduce you to “You Were Born Rich” by Bob Proctor.