Hey guys, I wanted to get some opinions. I know everyone has a different thought on chokes and loads. I am hoping to save a little time and money. I have a Remington 870 and looking to get the best performance from my loads and chokes. I know I will have to shoot it to truly find the best results, but any help is appreciated. I have a Rem xxfull turkey choke, Indian Creek, and Jelly head. I have been shooting the hevishot magnum blend.
Would you mind sharing what you have had the best results with? Thanks
Hey guys, I am leasing about 500 acres that backs up to the amite river. We have mixed hardwoods and pines. I am trying to figure out the best time to plant spring/summer plots, and what is best to plant in this area. We are in the process of getting the soil tested and adding lime. We are trying to hold as many deer as possible as well as make the property attractive to turkeys and other game. Thanks for the help.
Had a great hunt on Tuesday morning, had two gobblers going nuts from first light. They must have gobbled at least 75 times. They came right to the decoys. This was the first bird that I called up by myself. My dad was a huge turkey hunter and died a couple of years ago, before I could really learn from him. This morning was a special time for me. The bird had a 10' beard and 1' spurs. Not a huge trophy, but I'm very proud.
I'm looking for a good taxidermist. I have a nice bass that was caught during deer season in between hunts and would like to get it mounted. The closer to Baton Rouge the better. Thanks
I had the pleasure of hunting on a friends land near Natchez, Ms. I had several great hunts. We saw some amazing deer, several that would go over 150". I was blessed enough to take this management 8 point while he was slipping through some cutover. He was 16" wide and 6" around at the base of his antlers. He was 5 1/2 years old. We saw over 40 different deer this weekend. I thank God for the opportunity to take this deer, but more imprtantly the opportuntiy to spend it with my son