Deer Drive Full Version
Bring all the ammo you can get your hands on, because open season just arrived - big time! How fast is your aim? Deer Drive is an arcade-style 3D deer hunting game - take aim from cover, and pick off the best trophies. It's just pure shooting action, as herds of deer are driven into your sights! Bonus - Free Windows Screen Saver.
Deer Drive Full Version
This year's study has some good news for West Virginia drivers. WV continues to lead the nation in the likelihood of having an insurance claim involving a deer. However, their one out of every 43 drivers stat represents a 4.7 percent decrease from 2016.
Bring all the ammo you can get your hands on, because open season just arrived - BIG TIME! No blinds, decoys or endless hours of stalking and tracking! Just pure shooting fun, as herds of deer are driven into your sights!
If you hit a deer and it runs away, take pictures of any blood/hair and then look at your car to inspect for damage. If there is damage, call the authorities. If there is no damage, you may drive your car.
Although they're not too popular among Oklahoma hunters, organized drives are responsible for a goodly share of venison elsewhere in the country. A deer drive involves several to many men, some of whom move slowly through cover toward the remaining hunters on stand.
Though it sounds easy, drives are not always a sure bet. Deer are adept at slipping between drivers and escaping behind them, especially in thick brush. For this reason, drivers should be well within sight of each other, moving slowly and watching carefully.
Large drives work best in areas of dense timber where deer are hesitant to move. Many hunters move along parallel courses, staggering their advances by pausing at different locations as they go. Deer which attempt to double back may then be taken by the standing drivers.
Large drives are not necessary or efficient for Oklahoma deer hunting in the central and western portions of the state because of the open cover. However, there are smaller versions of the technique which work nicely.
This type of drive is excellent in Oklahoma cover, since it's possible for two men to hunt as a team without unduly alarming all the deer in an area. It's a good idea to hunt with a buddy anyway, for reasons of safety.
The highway was constructed in the 1930s under the direction of Governor Peter Norbeck, "this is not meant to be a super highway, to do the scenery justice you should drive no more than 20 mph and to do it full justice you should simply get out and walk." Experience the road that engineers once said couldn't be built; you'll be happy you did.