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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414081
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Hit and miss hunting club next to Portland Landing in the 70's. We killed 43 bucks opening weekend once and most of them were good bucks.

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414084
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Jefferson al in Marengo county. Club was close to tombigbee river. Numbers and quality

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414091
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The original Mollettes Bend club back in 1980's.


Quietly killing turkeys where youre not!!!
My tank full of give a fraks been runnin on empty
I'm the paterfamilias
Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414110
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600 acres of predominantly pine thicket southwest of Troy, in what was one time called the Baltic community

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414124
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I don't know about best but if best hunting land means seeing the greatest number of bucks and does ever ,,,I say Coffeeville, al,, back in the 80's,,,I never seen so many bucks and does in me whole life. I guess it's still the same today as back then.

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: Mike59] #2414126
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Originally Posted by Mike59
I don't know about best but if best hunting land means seeing the greatest number of bucks and does ever ,,,I say Coffeeville, al,, back in the 80's,,,I never seen so many bucks and does in me whole life. I guess it's still the same today as back then.

Coffeeville was the chit back in the day. Not so much now, it still holds some deer in some area's, but it's definitely seen it's share of if it's brown it's down....


Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many!

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414133
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I think my uncles were among the founders of Snow Hill Hunting Club. They hunted down there and I believe that was the name of the club. The campsite was at an old store in Furman. I hunted with them in the late 70's some back then the club rules were 1. There are no club rules and 2. Don't get caught.

There was a very large but genial man named G.W. that put Crown Royal in everything he drank. In the morning he fixed a coffee Royale, then some milk Royale, around lunch he started on Coke Royale. He rarely left the bus they turned into a camper. Instead he chose to use his time away from his wife to stay drunk. He kept the place entertained to say the least. How I learned to kill deer was hunting with them some and not doing what they did


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: James] #2414140
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Originally Posted by James
Originally Posted by Mike59
I don't know about best but if best hunting land means seeing the greatest number of bucks and does ever ,,,I say Coffeeville, al,, back in the 80's,,,I never seen so many bucks and does in me whole life. I guess it's still the same today as back then.

Coffeeville was the chit back in the day. Not so much now, it still holds some deer in some area's, but it's definitely seen it's share of if it's brown it's down....


Ever since they allowed doe season to be year round, the deer started to vanish...I remember as a kid seeing 36 does in one green field with bucks all over and now if you see 1/2 your doing good in the same field...


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414145
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The Finch property in Winn, AL was mighty dang good.
Crazy numbers of deer and some dang fine ones!

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414231
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whoever wrote that board better not become a mass murderer writing letters to the papers, his upper case T's will give him away

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: jbc] #2414232
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Originally Posted by jbc
whoever wrote that board better not become a mass murderer writing letters to the papers, his upper case T's will give him away



That place sucks.


Quietly killing turkeys where youre not!!!
My tank full of give a fraks been runnin on empty
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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414234
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Back in the mid-late 90’s I went with my cousin and uncle to their hunting club in Pickens county. I think the name was Sweet16, I think l killed a deer every time I went. I definitely saw more deer at that club than anywhere I’ve ever hunted. We would hunt morning, evening, and sometimes midday. I can’t ever remember going in a set and not seeing anything.


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-Dr. Craig Harper

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414235
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Gee's Bend/At The Hog Pen
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I like the coyote bounty that's a fine idea!


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414317
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When I was about 10 years old. My dad and I hunted in Big Buck Hunting Club in Georgiana for about 4 or 5 years. They had a crap ton of land 1/2 of it was dog hunting and 1/2 was stalk hunting. They would have a breakfast buffet every Saturday morning for $2 each. The place was infested with deer. We had a little RV camper we kept there. We would drive down every Friday after school during gun season. There was a group of guys who hunted there from Lousianna and they would have a huge crawfish boil the last weekend of season. It was a lot of fun.

Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414327
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no single property, but a lot of good ones
1.Muslim place Forkland, Greene Co
2.Port Royale south Hale Co
3.Allen Acres out of Moundville, Hale Co
4.McGee land, Lock Seven, Greene Co
5.Dave Barr Tutts land in Nanafalia, Marengo Co
6.Harry Brocks lease just south of Butler, on the river
7.Dean Swamp, Bellamy Mill land, south Sumpter Co
8.Bone Swamp, Bain Hendersons land, Millers Ferry, Wilcox Co
9. Roy Childers place, Frank Cades place, Millers Ferry Wilcox Co
10. Pennington, old RR/car bridge, hunted north of the road and east of the river. Can't remember the old guys name that had it.....

I'll think of some more but that is a good start

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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414348
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NW Mobile County, along the Escatawpa River, late 80's.

Land was slap infested with deer. You had to make an effort to NOT see a deer on that place. Excellent place for a kid to develop a passion for hunting and watching deer to learn about their behavior.


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414352
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Lake Hollalla property when it was leased by Lackey Stephens.

It had more deer, turkeys and hogs than any place I have ever seen. There was a large field in the middle of it that I sat in frequently. It was not uncommon to see 55-60 deer in an afternoon.


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414359
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Hammermill land in the 80s


Grandma said...Always keep a gun close at hand, you just never know when you might run across some varmint that needs killing...
Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: click-boom] #2414371
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Bout anywhere south of san antonio...


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Re: Best Hunting Land? [Re: woodduck] #2414374
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Originally Posted by woodduck
Jefferson al in Marengo county. Club was close to tombigbee river. Numbers and quality


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