Originally Posted By: marshmud991That beautiful little black female is coming to Cajun country. I'm gonna convert her to a coonass dog. Bless her little heart! Lol! I can't wait to have her and Rio in the blind together picking up some birds!
Congrtas Casey! Marsh if you make it up next week give me a shout and we'll get together. Amanda heard 3 gobble yesterday morning on our place so I'm hopeful about this coming week. I'm working my last day shift of the season today, got the rest
Originally Posted By: turkey247Depends on the area, what they eat, and what kind of terrain they walk. The place I'm currently hunting will probably never produce a 20 lb bird. But across the board - you can make two assumptions. 1) Hunters will
Keep shooting!.... PCP gave me that gem of advice several years ago when I was going through a very bad run of luck. The next bird I shot was still trying to get up as I approached him so I stopped about 15 yards out and blew his head off! It made me
Originally Posted By: poorcountrypreacherCommon sense just ain't very common in wildlife management. I don't believe there is any other branch of science that is so often wrong about what it teaches as "facts." I guess it's because it's so