This terrain is tailor-made for spot-and-stalk bowhunting. Dense palmetto hammocks and live oak stands break up short-grass pastures alongside citrus groves. Packs of roaming hogs are most visible at dawn and dusk, which of course is when you're most likely to spot a Florida buck chasing a doe. Plan your route, keep the wind in your face, and pack a quiver full of arrows. Your odds of killing a Booner here…well, you won't kill a Booner here. But you won't kill a pig or get to wear shorts during the Iowa rut, either.