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  2. Well theres that....guess its football season now Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Wow! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Cool coyote pic. As much as I dislike those mangy bastards they are interesting creatures.
  5. Had to re-read. Sorry. I thought this was just another wrestling thread. As for me being in a bad mood.... Nope. I just made an error with the wrestling reference. I apologize again.
  6. Other hunters might care , i've noticed lately that you come across like you're always in a bad mood . I hope everything is ok.
  7. Thanks everyone! And Happy Birthday to the other 19ers!
  8. I would disagree with that, he straight up called my buck last year down to the minute Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Not true. I went to the forum first then vowed to silence Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. At Cacio e Pepe in NYC Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 10/19/19 #1 & #2 Two hunters sharing an elevated blind shot two bucks simultaneously this morning. Both bucks ran off together, intermingling the blood trails. One appeared to be gut shot, the other looked like lung. I arrived 2 hours after the shooting stopped, and put Kunox to work. I wanted to track the lung shot first and give the gut shot 12 hours. We ended up accidentally jumping the gut shot buck, marked the location and backed out. Kunox figured out where the other buck went and we recovered it at 844 yards. He had been hit in one lung and the liver. We’re going back on the second buck this be continued. #3 Luna and I tracked a buck shot this morning, and as is often the case with muzzleloader and rifle, the hunter didn’t know where he hit him. He had tracked sporadic light blood for 150 yards, done a small grid search and called me. Luna advanced the track significantly, but after 2.1 miles of walking, we never jumped it or saw it. #4 Another track with Luna. The hunter shot a buck this morning and had very light blood. He lost the track after approximately 200 yards in a very thick swampy area. Luna took us to last blood, then started working the grid searched area. She picked a trail and we went a couple hundred yards, but then it became obvious she wasn’t on it so we went back for a restart. As we were heading back, the hunter realized he had lost his phone. I started calling him as we backtracked and were able to find it. Luna picked a different trail this time and we found the nice 8 pointer 50 yards away. It was so thick you couldn’t see him from 5 feet away. Conclusion of #2 track: Kunox and I went back to pick up the track where we left off. I figured the buck probably went 100 yards or so after being bumped. Wrong answer....we went 285 yards with no blood to the buck laying dead in a swamp. His organs were still warm when field dressed. He had traveled a total of 660 yards.
  12. Had a fork buck chasing a doe last weekend grunting... Maybe she went into heat a month early.. Heard that can happen and the younger bucks will go wild. Definitely got the heart pumpin!!
  13. I was supposed to clean it???? This head was skinned([emoji26]-no ears either) and split so much of the yucky bits were cleaned already. I did rinse it thoroughly and scrub all the cut crevices. I did not taste an eye...didn’t love the tongue as i hoped i would...may cancel my plan of trying a deer tongue this year(if a deer ever shows up). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Almost hit 2 deer during the 15 minute drive to my stand this morning but then i got shut out... Had 1 deer before light walk behind me, catch my wind and bust out.. Gonna give that stand a rest and try my luck in some pines with my ghillie jacket on.... Good luck all
  15. The thing about hot spots especially public land is they don’t remain your honey hole for long
  16. Daughter at homecoming so mama and I went to the yelling goat. Split pea soup , pasta carbonara.
  17. Young 8 and a big tall 10 in the backyard today then 2 doe came in and that 8 took off after the bigger doe . After a couple minutes he came back out to rejoin his buddy after about 20 minutes or so they disappeared back into the woods. Awesome to see. Not quite ready yet.
  18. How hard was it to clean? I seen on a cooking show a place that offered the heads, I read up on it since I had ordered a pig. Lots of cleaning of teeth, ears and nostrils I think. Eww. Did you eat an eye, I think they said they are creamy like.
  19. My Live From the Woods story is not what I hoped it would be at this point. Injury has made it impossible to hunt so far but I just couldn’t take it anymore. I had to get out in the woods. No bow but I sat in a ladder stand this evening and watched four doe and one small four pointer milling about in the food plot till well after dark. Damn! I need to have a bow in my hands.
  20. One of the best nights I’ve had since rut last year. Saw my first shooter of the season, 8 other bucks and maybe 15 does/fawns. I was expecting a crappy night because the farmer was cutting the beans on the other side of the property but I was covered in deer all night. All the bucks were sparring but only the 1 and 2 year olds were chasing does. The shooter was a huge main frame 8 probably 140 class with a tank of a body that I’ve never seen before. He got in a sparring match 70 yards away during day light and another within forty yards just as it was getting dark but I didn’t have a shot. Probably not going to get back out until Wednesday at the earliest, but glad to see things are finally starting to pick up Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. Over the last 40 years I have had several places like that, but like all good things, they don't last forever.... It has been a number of years since I had a place where I could count on shooting a limit of ducks, even the first few days... I am in a marginal area of the flyway...All of my former hotspots are either no longer good habitat, or are no longer available for me to hunt...
  22. Love the bleached white rack! Way go Tacks.....dumped it with an Elite to boot! Sent from my moto z3 using Tapatalk
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