You’d probably do this too if your area was this hot to start the deer season.
Rumor has it Texas can be a hot place. Just because deer hunting season rolls around and the rest of the country sees cold snaps, doesn’t mean you’re immune to 90 degree days into November.
This leads some of us, at least the most hardcore hunters, to extreme measures. Like this guy:
It REALLY must have been hot down in the Lone Star State!
There’s just something about the lack of camo that tells us he’s probably not going to see much luck. Then again, it might just be the hot temps, and it really doesn’t matter what he’s wearing.
Nonetheless, that’s an experience that most hunters in the northern sector of the country will never get.