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Bird Hunting at Uncle Versie’s

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Story by Jerry Clower Why, I done met more folks out there in Hollywood….  I was out there the other day and one of them MCA record executives said, “Jerry I sure would… Continue reading

Bobcat in a Suitcase by A. Dewitt Day

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Back in the forties, my Papa was the mill foreman for a large sawmill just out of Caster, Louisiana.  This mill was a part of the Longleaf Lumber Company. As you would guess… Continue reading

Make It Happen

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I’m not the kind of guy that really just gets a kick out of sitting for hours in a tree stand waiting for my buck.  It’s more of my nature to try and… Continue reading

Snapper Ceviche

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Flat Tops Rain Forest: A weeks worth of pictures

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The past week was an eye-opener for the Bayou Bushmen.  We THOUGHT we were Great White Hunters and adequate Mountain-Men but, we bit off a little more than we were completely comfortable chewing.… Continue reading

Tuby Goodwill

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I knew I wanted to write an article honoring Mr. Robert E. Goodwill and, as I considered what to write, an entire section of my memory began to unzip from its archives and… Continue reading

Elkism by: Dewitt Day

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“ELKISM” by:  A.DewittDay  When GOD created this celestial ball and placed all his critters on it, HE really took HIS time  with some of them; the wild turkey and the majestic royal bull… Continue reading

Flat Tops Wilderness Area ain’t so flat…

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With 3,389,935 acres or roughly 5 percent of the state in designated Wilderness Areas, Colorado has a lot to choose from as far as prime elk habitat.  We are limited by the fact… Continue reading

Double Decker Weekend with Freestone Outfitters

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After nine months of hit and miss (mostly miss) fly fishing in the Colorado Rockies, I decided to bite the bullet and hire a guide.  A co-worker recommended Freestone Outfitters saying that they… Continue reading

Bessy the Two Tit Cow

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By: A. Dewitt Day In the cajun country of South Louisiana near Houma, there are many bayous and some of them have draw bridges where the road goes across.  Where boats go to… Continue reading

A Sense of Humor

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Dewitt’s Bloody Mary

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Southern Grilled Wild Turkey

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Wild Turkey  1 cup Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 1 cup Good Seasons Italian Salad Dressing (made with Red Wine Vinegar) 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder or 1 – 2 teaspons minced garlic 1/4 teaspoon… Continue reading

Venison Kabobs

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Venison K-Bobs Marinade – (Double or triple to cover your venison) 6 oz. pineapple juice 2 oz. soy sauce Garlic powder or minced garlic to taste (2 tsp.) Ground ginger to taste (1/2… Continue reading

It’s Our Way in the South -Dewitt Day

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The Lumenok Debate

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I see no problem with lighted nocks and, trophies taken with the help of them being entered into the record books. The only advantage that they provide is after-the-shot for analysis and tracking.… Continue reading

Interview with Bass Fishing Up&Comer Peyton Igo

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Louisiana Tech University points leader, Peyton Igo, answers some questions about his experience on the Association of Collegiate Anglers Tournament Series. LA Tech’s Angler of the Year for two years in a row,… Continue reading

Yampa River Reality Check

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Steamboat Springs, Colorado is an ultimate destination for any time of year and any kind of person.  For my wife and newborn son, there are hot springs, restaurants, shops, art galleries, botanical gardens,… Continue reading

Dewitt Day

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Dewitt Day is a true legend among men; turkey tamer, hard ass & bullshitter extraordinaire. He wrote many stories and articles, many of which made it to publications such as Mississippi Safari Club… Continue reading

Catch the Hatch

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A light blue Honda Accord veers onto the pull-out and slams on the brakes. You think to yourself, this guy doesn’t have a chance.  I mean, he doesn’t even have any trout stickers… Continue reading

Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi

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Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi This is about the easiest and most delicious way to eat Yellowfin Tuna: Need: – super fresh tuna – 1 lb makes a good starter dish for several people –… Continue reading

A Change in Elevation

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Upon arriving in my new home of Denver Colorado, I wasted no time getting out and into the beautiful scenery that would be the setting of many adventures yet to come.  But, what… Continue reading

Texas Rattle Trap

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Before  Matt Leerkes, the most enthusiastic, hard core hunting partner a man could have, was even in sight I could hear the blaring sound of Uncle Ted’s Stranglehold racing up the driveway.  What… Continue reading