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    JMann

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    Join date : 2009-02-21
    Location : Bristol, TN

    Hunting Interest

    Post  JMann on Sat Feb 21, 2009 12:16 pm

    Am I the only participant so far that is interested in hunting? I started hunting again last year after a 22 year hiatus and laid claim to a small persistent deer that refused to get out of the way of my shot. Probably had something to do with the doe in front of him. Such has been the downfall of many a good fellow.

    This spring I will be after turkey to see if I can fine one with an IQ as low as my deer.
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    mkg

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    Re: Hunting Interest

    Post  mkg on Tue Feb 24, 2009 1:05 pm

    Jmann,

    You're not alone . It's just that deer season is so far away.

    Mike
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    canonico

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    Lots of hunting to do

    Post  canonico on Tue Mar 17, 2009 8:04 am

    Deer season may be along way off, but there is still alot of hunting opportunities, Just got back from a hog hunt in SC. Coyotes need to be controlled and the groundhogs will be out soon, not to mention the upcoming Turkey season.
    Its all good!
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    mkg

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    Re: Hunting Interest

    Post  mkg on Tue Mar 17, 2009 4:03 pm

    canonico, I noticed a few ground hogs out two weekends ago . I haven't seen any coyotes or turkeys lately but I'm sure they're around.

    Mike
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    JMann

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    Location : Bristol, TN

    Re: Hunting Interest

    Post  JMann on Tue Mar 17, 2009 5:51 pm

    Any luck with the hogs in SC? My brother-in-law and his friend got 3 this year. The friend got 2 at the same time. These were feral and they were in the upstate during deer season. These ol' boys have several leases and prepare food plots on them. The hogs make a mess of the plots.

    I guess you've heard the warning about being careful handling the meat due to possible Brucella (?) contamination. OK after cooking but can be a problem if raw meat is handled bare handed.
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    canonico

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    Re: Hunting Interest

    Post  canonico on Wed Mar 18, 2009 2:14 pm

    Had a real good hog hunt in the low country, free ranging russian boar.
    my buddy and I killed two good size ones.

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