stchunter48 wrote: As long as there are no health concerns, go for it. I’ve always considered aloneness one of the benefits of our sport. A few days with only nature for company cleanses the soul.
This is my thought as well. I solo hunt a lot. But, It is not ever an over-nighter, mostly day trips. I would love to do it one day. Or at least share a camp fire with a close buddy or 2 in the evening and hunt all day alone…it is nice to share a camp fire in the evenings with a good friend. Good drink and conversation…and hunting…sounds great! Lets go!!8)