By Alan Clemons
Try as we might to get into the woods and disconnect, we’re usually not far from our smart phones.
There can be, of course, a legitimate need for smartphones in the woods: calling for help, using the GPS or compass, even using the light in a pinch. I’ve used my iPhone flashlight feature more times than I can count in the woods, including on a recent raccoon hunt when my flashlight batteries started dying. Without the phone I’d have not been in trouble but my gettin’ around faculties would have been slowed down considerably.
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Source:: Deer and Deer Hunting