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Hunters, Do You Have a Superstitious Ritual Before Hunting?

Hunting season is here! I’ve heard that hunters can be a little superstitious in that they might have a certain little ritual before they go hunt.

Gary Levox from Rascal Flatts recently talked with “Field & Stream”:

“Deer hunters, and especially bow hunters, can get really superstitious. Last year me and a buddy, whether we were hunting together or apart, no matter the state we were in, we played JUSTIN MOORE.

“It was the ticket. Every single time we heard a Justin Moore tune, somebody killed or recovered something. It was money.”

Tell us what’s your or your husband’s little ritual before hunting?

via Field and Stream

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