Tag Archive: Hunting

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

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

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

Blood Brothers

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As the sun set on the hill country last October following one of the most exhilarating hunts of their lives, two kindred spirits laughed, hugged, and parted ways. With smiles on our faces and… Continue reading

Third Chance Buck

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Written by Jessica Spillers.  Electrical Engineer, Houston, TX. For most people, every year bow hunting conjures up images of crisp, cool forests and chilly evenings swaying in the breeze at the top of… 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