“A Fine Fox Squirrel”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A fox squirrel next to a Northwest gun, shot pouch and horn
On a warm fall afternoon, the Northwest gun rested beside a fine fox squirrel. For traditional woodsmen, not every historical scenario centers on wild turkeys or white-tailed deer. Most hunters start with small game, and for some folks, the passion never ebbs. The hired trading post hunter is no different… Old Northwest Territory, one ridge east of the River Raisin, in the Year of our Lord, 1794.

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