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Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 16, 2011, 08:07:53 PM
Started off my season in South Carolina with a miss, but enjoyed a great hunt.
Georgia bow season started great with a nice 8 pt in the pourong rain that I forget to enter correctly in the deer championship.
Alabama season started off getting busted not once but TWICE on opening day. Both the morning and afternoon hunts were windy we I was, afternoon was very quite with not much moving except the tree rats and the acorns raining like hail falling from the sky.
Oklahoma hunt starts this coming friday with the Kentucky hunt up at Fat Boys place to follow it cant wait to go on both of them.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 18, 2011, 08:11:02 PM
Stay after them...the season is young.  @--0--0101
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 19, 2011, 05:11:35 AM


keep after um and  @--0--0101
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal Updated 10/20
Post by: [Blocked] on October 20, 2011, 08:46:24 PM
Well my Oklahoma hunt is getting off to a late start, was supposed to leave today around 1:00 and had some problems arise so I am not leaving here until about 4:00 am in the morning to head out there. That should put me there somewhere around 4 or 5 friday evening Im hoping. Just in time to check the rifle one last time have some good food and fellowship with friends then hit the sack for some SLEEP and get in the stand early saturday and wait on the big boy to show up. My friend out there says the deer are really coming to the wheat fields and the post oak heads good and movement has been steady at all times of the day. Most movement has been late afternoon so I hope I have a great report to post sometime during the day saturday, I didnt know this till today but they also have a fall smokepole season on the thunder chickens, hoping to maybe get a crack at a fall gobbler also. Well gonna hit the bed 4:00 am gonna come early.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal/Oklahoma Hunt
Post by: [Blocked] on October 26, 2011, 08:46:07 AM
Got a late start driving out there, so I called the Possum and we met up for breakfast at the Cracker Barrell above his house, had a great time visiting and catching up. Well its back on the road for the rest of the 900 mile trip, I arrived in Ringling,Ok about 7:30 that evening after a steady day of hauling it down the interstate. Got there just in time for supper with the guys that were already there, my best friend from Louisana and fixed up a snapping turtle gravy with rice and man YOU TALK ABOUT GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We then got up on things as we road around the ranch checking the wheat fields and post oak heads for deer locations to determine the mornings hunts seen alot of deer around everywhere we went. Got our locations picked out for in the morning and it was back to camp. That is day one on Friday.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal/Oklahoma Hunt
Post by: [Blocked] on October 26, 2011, 09:03:39 AM
Saturday morning begins bright and early at 5:30 am as we get ready to head out. Get set-up where my friend has been getting some great pictures of a good buck crossing a pipeline right of way in the middle of a bunch of post oaks. The deer are moving really well Saturday morning as I get to see about 7 or 8 deer just right off the bat. He has a great crop of yearlings and 2 yr old deer on the ranch it seems as all of us are seeing alot of younger deer with not many big deer up and moving. Set in this set-up till about 9:00 am and see a few more deer, but nothing that I want to shoot. After heading back into camp for a quick bite I call up another friend that lives about 20 miles west of where we are hunting at on another ranch and we head to his place to do some scouting. This ranch hasnt been hunted in two years and it seems there is does and yearlings everywhere, not much pressure on them even when it was hunted. So we make plans to hunt it Sunday. Back to Patricks ranch we go to get in a little nap before going back out for the evening hunt. I set up on a POWER PLANT plot that I had him to plant this year and havnt been there 30 minutes and the deer start to come to the plot and feeder that is set up in it. Lot of does around , then right at dark a good buck comes slipping down the tree line, but cant tell if he is good enough to make Patricks standards that he has set, so didnt get to shoot at him. That finishes up the Saturday hunt, get back to camp to fix supper. Have a great supper of fried shrimp, alligator tail and crawfish ettufey. Stuffed now I stagger off to bed.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal/Oklahoma Hunt
Post by: [Blocked] on October 26, 2011, 09:21:27 AM
Sunday morning Derricks heads out to hunt the other friend of ours ranch for the day. I decided to stay and hunt at Patricks ranch because I had seen a great buck crossing the road in front of me as I came from town Saturday night from getting ice. I head down into a post oak creek bottom about 7:00 that morning, pushed some deer out as I went in, not sure how many. Got me a brushed in spot in a fallen tree a set back to wait. Around 9:30 or so I had about decided I had messed my hunt up when I pushed the deer out as I went in. Few minutes later I hear some rustling around and look and see 6 deer coming toward me, there was 4 does and two small racked bucks(one four point and one spike). I wait until the biggest doe gets within 50 yards and decide to shoot her cause we needed some camp meat. After the smoke clears it sounds like a herd of cows running thru the woods, I give her a few minutes and then get up to go and see where she was laying at, she had run about 150 yards or so into a wheat field and died, the other deer where still standing right around so I eased up and found a good tree for a rest and picked out the young doe to put in the freezer. She dropped in her tracks. Then the work begins. Before I forget we had one heck of a storm out there Saturday night with about 2 inches of rain and several reports of tornados on the ground close by. We were all piled up and Patricks moms for awhile waiting to see if we would have to get in the cellar for awhile, but it passed east and south of his ranch, just some great beneificial rain for them.
Title: Re: Hunleys JournalOklahoma Hunt
Post by: [Blocked] on October 26, 2011, 12:55:06 PM
Sunday afternoon we rode around the ranch doing some scouting from the UTV's, located alot of feeding areas that we hadnt hunted yet. Me and Patricks son spotted a nice buck moving thru a wheat field and decided we would try to set up on him for that afternoon. We set up in the yard of an old farm house under some cedar trees for cover, we got in there and was ready to go around 5:30-5:45. We had been setting for about an hour with nothing moving, Baylor whispered to me you ever tried rattling any, I told him yea I had. He said lets try it, because I never have, I agreed and got the RATTLEBOX out of my back and did several short series of rattles and grunts for about 10 minutes on and off. Around 7:00 he says buck coming thru the thicket to the left of us. RATTLEBOX WORKS. We watch him working toward us from about 200 yards away, he comes up the bank of a small tank pond and stops, I move around the tree so that I can get ready to shoot, because Baylor says he is to little for him to shoot, Patricks standards for him are higher than they are for us. Anyway I ease around the tree and get ready to make the shot, all he will give me is a frontal chest shot and ya all know how hard they are to make. So I shoot and after the smoke clears he tears back toward the thicket he came from, we gave him some time and waited. We walked out to where he was standing at next to the pond. Find some blood, but not much. We tracked him for about a half a mile and lost his blood trail. Never did pick it back up, so we were not sure how good of a hit it was. Looked for a couple more hours in the dark to no avail. Went back Tuesday morning to look again and had no luck. So I have a nice 8 pt that would probaly go 120 to 125 hit and we cant find him. Patrick thinks he will at least find the rack in a few days if he was hit good enough. Well had to load up and head toward home without any bone. Got in home this morning around 3:00 am. I am know re-packing and getting ready to head to Kentucky in the morning up to Ron's place with the Possum in tow. Gonna leave her around 5:00 am, will check in later.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 27, 2011, 05:25:46 PM
Well we have arrived in Kentucky to get ready to hunt in the morning. Got a phone call from my buddy in Oklahoma today on the way up here and they had found my buck, another guy finished it off. It was walking around with a badly messed up shoulder and really stunk he said. Gonna get the rack saved for me anyway. Borred one of WKH sd cards and was checking out a stand location, looks to be promising to fill the freezer. Nice a cool up here with rain around today, cold front coming thru, should have them up and moving. Seen several deer as we were looking at stand locations.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal/Kentucky Hunt
Post by: [Blocked] on October 28, 2011, 12:51:27 PM
Got in the woods this mornings just at daylight, dropped HM off at the climber he was hunting from and continued on into the hardwood bottom we were hunting for about 350 more yards. Had what I thought was a great set-up chosen with several trails coming thru. Very cool this morning with temps in the high 30's and winds were supposed to be outta the north @ 5, but I think the wind changed on us several times during the set. We stayed on the stands until around 9:30 or 10:00. Had nothing morning this morning, and other than the tree rats and hearing a couple of turkeys talking back and forth the woods was very quite. It started sprinkling rain around 8:30 and turned into a good steady rain for about 20 minutes, and guess what didnt have on enough clothes or take any rain gear with me. We left and went to eat breakfast at the PRAIRIE ROSE. Taking a small break then heading back in this afternoon to try  them again. WV and iluvslickheads will be in camp late this evening. Possum was the only person to see deer this morning, a spike, what he thought was a six pointer and a large body deer that he thinks was a small rack ten pointer. May we have better look this evening.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 31, 2011, 07:07:43 PM
Friday evening started off kinda slow with not much moving, then around 4:45 it seemed as if the woods came alive with movement. The first movements were the turkeys, they came from several different directions and ended up with 20 to 25 turkeys all around me. WKH failed to inform me that I could have purchased a fall turkey tag, would have loved to try to shoot one with the bow. Between then and dark I had several deer around me the rest of the evening, but none would come in and offer a shot that was close enough. So I went home dry with no meat to show for it. Had a great time in the woods just watching all the animals everywhere.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on October 31, 2011, 07:15:09 PM
Saturday morning rolled around and I couldnt answer the bell when it came time to head to the woods. Had a sick night because some dummy forget to take his stomach medicine before eating a bunch of spicy greasy food. So me, WKH and WV went on a shopping trip to UNCLE LEES, that place has everything you would want and then some. Met up with the other guys and went and hung stands and put out some feeders for WKH. Back to the PRAIRIE ROSE for some great GRAVY AND BISCUITS( guys that is one great place to eat). Got back in the stand for the evening hunt and all waas quite in the woods where I was at, set till after dark and seen no movement whatsoever, except the TREE RATS. If you ever want to go on a great TREE RAT hunt, ya need to call WKH and head up thewre, they are everywhere. Had another great meal at the ROSE and then headed into town for some shut eye and pack up to get ready to head out for home on Sunday morning. Had a wonderful time up there with a great group of guys, and cant wait to get together with them on another hunt when we can.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on November 27, 2011, 03:02:54 PM
Set-up this morning in FP#17 shooting house, got in there around 5:30 am in the pouring rain. Wind was 10 - 15 for most of the day coming from the southwest. Nothing moveing at all until about 8:00 when I got movement coming down the ridge at the south end of the food-plot. Watched two small does work their way down the ridge and disappear into the thick briar patches surrounding the food plot. Nothing else moved and nothing came into the plot, dont know where the two does went to, I think they bedded down in the briars. Set in the stand till around 2:00 pm then headed back to the house(wet and cold). Gonna go behind the house on the farm this evening, seen a couple of fresh rubs back there late yesterday evening.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 04, 2011, 01:39:21 PM
12/3  Went and set up a new stand on a hardwood ridge overlooking a nice creek bottom, set for about 2 hours and seen a couple of small yearlings. Alot of great rubs in the area.

12/4 Was very windy when I first got out this morning, went to the club land and got set-up in a oak hollow, after about 2 hours I had all the wind that I could take, so I got done and moved into the shooting house at FP 18. Wind has been steady all day today, looks and feels like rain is coming. Going here on the farm this evening, one of my best friends son is coming to hunt today. Nineteen years old and never killed a deer hope I can put him on a doe or something for him to break the ice with. Gonna head out in about an hour from now and see what happens, be in the stand by 3:45 and stay till dark.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 06, 2011, 06:21:30 AM
12/4 Didnt get to get in the stand this evening after all, Cody called me and said he wasnt gonna get to go because he had a history exam to study for. So spent the evening NOT HUNTING AGAIN(honey do list).
Get back in there thursday I hope, busy work week this week so we will see. One more week and then Im off for 2 STRAIGHT WEEKS of chasing whitetails cant wait till then.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 09, 2011, 07:16:29 PM
12/9 Didnt have time to hunt this evening, but gonna hit it hard in the morning, got my Tinks Miss November out cleaned-up and dusted off gonna put her to work this weekend and see if she will bring anything around. Almost forgot gotta little love-potion for her to wear also called MIKES MAGIC, gonna pair them up and let them work the majic potion I hope. Report back later.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 21, 2011, 06:40:24 PM
Well friday was my last day of work for two weeks. I got into the woods friday evening and have been in there all day everyday since then. It has been some interesting times in the woods. I have seen very few deer and had alot of interesting things happen. Getting trailed to the stand by the yotes was very interesting to say the least, the weather has not cooperated at all. It has rained and gotten very hot. I cant figure out this weather deal. Gonna be dang near 74 degrees here tomorrow and the deer have just locked down. Gonna take tomorrow off and catch up on things here at home, then get back after them friday. Suppose to cool off again, dont think we are gonna have a sure enough bonafide rut.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 24, 2011, 09:07:48 AM
Hunted all day Friday, and still nothing moving. This is usually prime time for us here. Our deer are on extended lock-up I guess. After all the rain and checking the club roads for tracks, there seems to be alot of movement at night mostly, all the trail cams are only getting night time pics, with an occasional doe very very late in the evening right at or before the end of shooting light. The bucks are non-exisent with no pics of them at all even at night. This weather is the main reason I think the deer are not moving. Just to warm with not enough of a cold snap to really get them up and looking for food or does.Not hunting today or Sunday, still got all of next week before going back to work, we will see what happens. Long range weather dont look any better.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 26, 2011, 01:10:54 PM
Well today was another bust. I am so frustrated with my deer hunting this year. I am begining to think Im jinxed or something. This morning got in the stand around 5:30 (no yotes following me this time). Camera that I have set up above this lock-on flashes not long after I settle in. I here movement coming my way and I think I have a chance, low and behold here comes three #&$^ dogs down the trail that leads past my stand. They all are hounds that have collars, so Im thinking they are someones coonhounds, left over from last night, anyway I let them go on their way. Get settled in good and about an hour later I hear very soft foot steps and I get all tensed up a ready, it stops and I assume from where the dogs came thru it sets off all the SNORTING and BLOWING HORNS in the woods, and they fly outta here fast.
Get down and move to a shooting house just to kill some time and stay in the woods, cause I know aint nothing else coming that way. Sit in the house until around 12:30 or so and havnt seen a thing. Said the heck with gonna try again tomorrow, in the rain it looks like.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 26, 2011, 10:50:14 PM
Hang in there hunly. I'm with you on the warm weather and rain. Gonna try to hit it about 8 am tomorrow if not a down pour.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on December 29, 2011, 08:33:05 AM
12/27 Got up and went to the lease land land, the WIND was terrible, stayed and hunted till about 10:30 and left. Went back after lunch and set up a couple of new stand locations.
12/28 Was in one of the new stands by 5:30 that morning heard some movement before daylight but couldnt tell what it was for sure. About 9:30 I crack another yote coming thru the pines about 100 yards out. Hunly 3- Yotes 0. Hunted for a while longer nothing.
Came back after lunch set another stand until almost 6:30 last night and didnt see anything, think Im gonna move to the very far reaches of the interior of the property and set up a couple of lock-ons for this weekend. Gonna get the bow back out this weekend.
12/29 Didnt get to hunt this morning(sick grandson). We may go ride around the lease and truck hunt today, see if I can see anything moving at all.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on February 12, 2012, 07:33:47 PM
Month of January was very slow with some movements later in the month. It has been an unusual season this year, alot of it I attribute to the unusual warm weather. Time to start planning for next year. Oh yeah its THUNDER CHICKEN TIME soon.

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Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on February 13, 2012, 08:10:28 AM
Enjoyed following your journal this year, hunly!     Thanks for taking us along!!
Title: Re: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on February 16, 2012, 08:43:07 AM
Enjoyed following your journal this year, hunly!     Thanks for taking us along!!
Just thankful I had the opportunity to be able to share my time in the woods with ya.

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Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 02, 2012, 11:25:24 AM
Well turkey season has been slow so far with no kills. But I'm hopeful that changes. Getting ready to head to Oklahoma and Kansas in 13 more days, I can't wait.

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Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 04, 2012, 01:31:55 AM
Hang in there brother. We only have 6 months till bow season opens in ky
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Post by: [Blocked] on April 17, 2012, 06:02:37 AM
Start my hunt here in Oklahoma in a few minutes, clear morning, should be a good day. Light breeze and 57 degrees

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Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 19, 2012, 06:05:09 PM
Turkey hunt in Oklahoma started out real slow as I mentioned in my other thread. Wednesday morning started out hot and heavy as we got on a hot gobbler that morning. We got set up on the bird before daylight and he was gobbling for a good while still on the roost. After about 30 minutes we heard him and a few hens fly down and started working up the hill towards where we set up on the edge of a wheatfield. He stayed in front of us at 60-70 yards for about 45 minutes putting on a heck of a show, but we just couldnt draw him into gun range.
This morning turned out to be a very thrill packed morning for us. We got on two birds before daylight. We walked in and set up on these birds and listened to them gobble for what seemed like an hour. As the birds were gobbling we kept hearing some movement in the brush across the small clearing we had set up on. After about thirty minutes we had two yotes bust out of the brush and make a bee-line straight to were we set up at. These yotes just knew that they had an easy breakfast of turkey that morning. It happened so fast when they busted outta there that I shot one that was about FIVE feet from me when I rolled her. As she lay there yipping the gobblers kept on talking. It was funny everytime the yote would yip the gobblers would sing out. After we drug the yote outta sight the birds flew done and started working their way towards us gobbling the whole time. I had the second gobbler at 30 yards and I SHOT OVER him, I guess. Anyway I missed my bird. But man what a rush it was this morning.
I have now arrived at 180 Outdoors up in Kansas for the second leg of this weeklong hunt, can't wait to get after them again in the morning. Matt and Devin are two great guys from what I have seen of them so-far. Will post more tomorrow.  @--0--0109    ##$%#113 Which way did he go????????  @--0--0127 @--0--0125
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 20, 2012, 02:29:43 PM
Had a great morning here in Kansas. Got out there early and didnt here anything gobbling wind was just up to must to here alot. I called some around daylight and got no responses, so after about 30 minutes or so I moved locations to try and set up on another spot. Got out and did some calling still nothing. So I get back into the truck to travel to the other side of the property to give it a try. I decided to check the foodplot that I was setup on first before I moved and had two gobblers that came in there after I left. Go back to the truck to get my gun to try and put the old sneak on theses two birds. As I was working my way down the tree line I got to where I could see the plot and both birds where gone. I About that same time ole tom comes bobbing up the hillside toward me. I see him before he does me and hit the ground and do a small amount of belly crawling to get into position on him. He continues on up the hill to about 15 yards and I get to give him the ole DIRT FLOP. Got one more tag to fill, gonna try and fill it in the morning with the bow let ya know what happens.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 22, 2012, 05:51:01 PM
Well guys and gals its been a whirlwind week for me. Matt and i got into the blind early Saturday morning and set up a couple of decoys in front of the blind. We heard gobbling soon after it got daylight, we had as many as four different birds gobbling around where we had set up. This continued for about an hour as we waited to see what was going to show.We set for almost an hour with nothing happening at all(no gobbling and no birds showing). We got to have a great visit with each other during this time. Then Matt says bird on the left, I couldnt see the bird coming as I was on the left side of the blind, we had not heard this bird say anything from the direction he had come. Came in silent as could be. Anyway as I was getting ready to get into position he got my movement even though I was in the left corner he still spooked. Then he turns and starts back to the beded down hen. As I draw my bow back he spooks some then but fans out and heads straight for the breeder hen we set up. As he starts to mount up on her I shoot and connect he jumps straight into the air and starts flying off to the right of our blind, we watch him fly and determine after watching the video that Matt was recording that the arrow came out about 60 yards away as he flew off. The bird landed on the neighboring property that they dont have permission for. We looked and searched as best as we could without going on the other property, but we never good find the bird. It was a great hunt even though we couldnt find the bird. We then went back to the lodge and watched the video again trying to see if we missed anything, but we still couldnt located the bird. I started getting ready to leave to come back and arrived back here around 12:30 or so this morning. It has been a wonderful week of turkey hunting for me as well as making some great new friends. I will be going back to 180 again next spring with both shotgun and bow in tow again. I cant wait to go again. If ya get a chance to book a hunt with 180 Outdoors please take the time to do it and go. Matt, Devon and Chris are great guys and awesome guides. They have lots of birds, we all passed on several jakes and the prospects for next year. Although a few of those birds have been EDUCATED a little more. Thanks Matt for a great time.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on April 23, 2012, 01:08:33 PM
yep them guys are the best glad you had fun    @--0--0123    @--0--0118
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 13, 2012, 07:42:16 PM
Well guys and gals it's time for me to kick off the journal for this year. It's a few short days (10 and counting) to be exact till I get to kick off my season for this year. As with the last couple of years I will be starting out in South Carolina again. Still searching for that elusive velvet buck, I want to get one that is good enough to be mounted. Never have taken one in velvet and I hope this is the year. My hunt will start on the 23rd of this month and I am so excited to get in the woods. Maybe if luck is with me I can get GRAND SLAM INC. off to a flying start in the deer championship. Gutshot best of luck on the bear hunt while I'm trying to score points for us down here, hope you get a good bear. Report back in soon. -00-9
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 22, 2012, 08:18:01 PM
Well ya I have made it down here in deer camp. Gonna hit the woods at 5:30 in the morning looking for ole mossy head to show himself. Let ya know
Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 22, 2012, 08:29:44 PM
Good luck brother
Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 22, 2012, 08:38:07 PM
My Prayers are for you to have safe/productive Hunt.


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Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 23, 2012, 09:06:21 AM
Good luck Hunly!  Let the games begin!
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 23, 2012, 01:16:02 PM
Well guys I had a great morning set today. Got in the stand around six or so and could make out a couple of deer down the shooting lane, but not enough to tell what they were. Around 7:20 or so I had two does cross the road below me about 200 yards and ten minutes or so later a nice young buck still in velvet came out in the same general area. He stopped just long enough for me to get a decent look at him and then went on his way. So no BBD yet but it was a great morning to be in the WOODS.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 24, 2012, 07:07:08 AM
View from my stand this morning. Nice and cool with a light breeze. One doe so far this am.
Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 24, 2012, 03:13:34 PM
Very nice
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Post by: [Blocked] on August 24, 2012, 05:23:57 PM
Sitting over a pea patch tonight. Gotta happen tonight. Leaving after this hunt to head back home.
Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on August 24, 2012, 06:25:43 PM
Good luck! Can't wait to see more pictures.
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Post by: [Blocked] on August 24, 2012, 11:54:56 PM
Well no luck there again this year. Now it's bow season at home or in Kentucky for my next chance.  Then the LBL hunt at the end if September with Dave Norval. Can't wait for that one should be a blast that weekend.
Title: Re: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on September 13, 2013, 06:17:04 AM
Well guys and gals tomorrow morning by this time I will be in a tree for the first time this year. I skipped the opening weekend in Kentucky this year mainly because of the hotter weather. I sure hope to let the Matthews sing a sweet death song in the morning. -00-9
Title: Hunleys Journal
Post by: [Blocked] on September 13, 2013, 08:19:03 AM
Good luck biggun!
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Post by: [Blocked] on September 13, 2013, 09:41:15 AM
Good luck hunly, and don't forget to strap yourself in  @--0--0118
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Post by: [Blocked] on September 13, 2013, 09:49:25 AM
Good luck hunly, and don't forget to strap yourself in  @--0--0118
Will be STRAPPED IN

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