Well bow season has finally arrived and my 12 year old son has been crazy waiting for this to happen. He has passed up a deer the last 2 season and this year he was what my buddy and I called 'River's Buck'. That is my son's name. The last several weeks my son has been monitioring trail cams and we had this deer patterned pretty good. My buddy was going to do the filming of the hunt and decided.... Read More
I thought with bow season just a few days away I would share a funny video of my son a few years ago when he shot his first archery deer. It was just a doe but he made a great shot and she only went about 25 yards before pilling up. He has killed several since that day with a bow and is only 13 now. Hopefully everyone will experience some 'red bubbles' in the coming season. Stay safe and wear a.... Read More
As much as I love deer hunting with my bow I would love for these to come by in three weeks so I could stick them. The yotes around here are putting a real hurt on the fawns. I got a picture of a fawn last week off one of my cameras that had a huge bite in its thigh. It was one of the lucky ones. My wife is a trail runner and she and the dogs find remains of fawns that the yotes have gotten way.... Read More
To say it has been a tough year turkey hunting would be an understatement. I have been working real hard this season trying to get my son his first bird. He is very accomplished when it comes to deer hunting and has harvested severel deer with a bow but the ole TZom has eluded him for 4 years. We had lots of birds located back in March and early April and then they all disappeared. The last few.... Read More
Since our season ended 3 weeks ago and I was going to be down in the Wilmington area right after Christmas I decided I would throw in the gear with the bows and some stands. My son and I have access to some private property west of Wilmington so we went Tuesday during the middle of the day and set some stands between a bean field and cutdown down in the creek bottom. My son is twelve years old.... Read More
Hey Guys, first time posting here but have been reading for awhile. I have been bow hunting for almost 30 years and have a question concerning the rut here in the western part of the state. I have always felt that the rut really doesn't get started in this part of the state till late November (After I'm back from Kansas and Kentucky). Usually by now the young bucks are showing sign of pre rut.... Read More
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