Letting em grow pays off!!
Got a good one this weekend!
I just bought a Yamaha Rhino side by side. I was looking at it the other day trying to figure out how I am going to load a deer in it by myself. If its a smaller deer (100-130lbs) I can pull it in the bed. But what will I do if it is a bigger deer? Any suggestions?
Me and my brother killed these two bucks Sunday morning at our lease. Its a great feeling to hunt your butt off and get this in return. And its even greater to share the experience with my brother. The rut is about to crank up in full force. We saw alot of smaller bucks chasing does. We let them all walk and got these two nice bucks. Management pays off!! LET EM GROW!!!!!!!!!!
A friend of mine killed this deer around Thanksgiving in Mansfield, LA. It had a 19 1/2" inside spread and weighed 175 pounds.
Does anyone have any experience using a decoy in Louisiana? I know it is common in other states, but rarely used here. I would like to give it try this year. Maybe during the rut. Has anyone had any success using them?
I got this picture on my camera last week. Looks like she's a leg short!
This nice 11 point was killed in Sherburne WMA Friday morning.
Barnes Spitfire VS T/C Shockwave 250 grain. I just bought a T/C Omega and I cant decide which ones to shoot. I have read a few testimonials on each. I want know if any one out there has tried both. I plan on shooting 100grains of pyrodex pellets.
I just purchased a T/C Omega Muzzleloader after I missed a big 8-point with my old Knight Saturday (@70 yards). I was wondering what kind of bullets and powder works best with these guns? What kind of grouping can I expect at 100 yards?
Thanks for any help!
The rut is on!!! We have a lease near the Washington area. This buck was killed Monday afternoon chasing does and another 10 point and 6 point were killed this week. This buck weighed 195lbs with a 14 1/2' spread.