Archery season is just getting underway, and I have to say that I am not disappointed. For the few times I was able to get out this weekend, I have made some great memories taking my son out with me. Hunting doesn't always have to be judged on whether or not you fill you tag, but the memories you make while attempting to. However, when you do punch your tag, those memories are burnt into your skull for the rest of your life. Take this massive buck harvested by a young bowhunter named Clay. After watching the following video, it can be safe to assume he will never forget that moment.

According to whitetailoverload.com

If you’re a fan of the TV show Heartland Bowhunter, you are no stranger to young bowhunter Clay Craft. Clay has become quite the TV personality in recent years as a Pro-Staff member with HB TV and this video clip is the one that got it all started!

I think it’s safe to say that we will be seeing a lot more of Clay on TV in the years to come!

Montana is currently hosting a youth waterfowl and phesant hunting weekend this weekend. According to Montana FWP

Montana’s young hunters will have a special treat Sept. 25-26, the weekend of the youth waterfowl and pheasant special seasons. Licensed hunters age 12 through 15 will be able to hunt ducks, mergansers, geese, coots and pheasants statewide on these two days. Also, under a new regulation, properly licensed youngsters who will reach 12 years of age by Jan. 16, 2011 and have successfully passed hunter education may participate in this hunt. A non-hunting adult at least 18 years of age must accompany the young hunters in the field.