Not sure if I mentioned these two old deer hunting films or not, but if you've never seen them they are worth a watch. Definitely reminds me of my earliest memories of hunting and my grandfathers and father, and the old photos I have from back then.
The Buck Fever film by the Michigan Dept of Conservation is pretty comical, and definitely dated being from 1949. Can't imagine a government dept making such a pro hunting film these days. It is in 3 parts, which will play one after the other:
Michigan Deer Country Rocking Chair Camp is a history of a group of buddies and their annual deer camp starting in 1937 before WWII and extending up into the 1980's (IIRC) and is a very cool look into deer camp life which could just as easily been filmed and taken place in the backwoods of Nova Scotia:
If you are looking for a trip down memory lane, or a glimpse of deer hunting during simpler times... when folks who didn't hunt were looked upon as the oddity... check out the films above. If you know of any similar films online please feel free to share.
I know one thing, I wouldn't want to have to deal with prying the hides off those bucks froze stiff as boards! Made that mistake once, and my hands hurt just thinking about it! LoL Funny watching them stack them up like cordwood though. I believe they have wolves, coyotes, and maybe even wolverine back then? But it doesn't seem like they were worried about anything feeding on their deer as they left them stuck in snowbanks around their hunting spot.