I got this email from my cousin who works with these guys.
FRIENDS OF MINE WERE FISHING LAST FRIDAY AND HEARD A GUY SHOOTING A 22 RIFLE OFF IN THE DISTANCE AND DIDNT THINK ANYTHING OFF IT. THEY KEEP FISHING AND THE GUY KEEP SHOOTING AND ALL OF A SUDDEN ONE OF THE GUYS HEARD THE OTHER ONE SCREAM IVE BEEN SHOT! A BULLET REFLECTED OFF THE WATER AND HIT HIM IN THE ARM RIGHT AT HIS ELBOW AND....
Ok I am thinking of selling my ATV and getting an EZ Go Cart(or another brand) golf cart with the lift and mudd tires made for hunting. Can anyone shed some light on if this is a good idea? I don't go through bad mudd holes but do hunt on a creek. I want something more quiet. How powerful are they? Expensive to keep up? Quiet?
What a hunt! I killed this deer yesterday at 4:10 in the afternoon. It was the 23rd deer I saw including 3 other bucks. I got on my stand at 3:00(which is late but I was working until 2:00)and the deer were moving non stop. I knew yesterday was going to be a good afternoon but never thought it would be this good.
Anyone know where I can find a link showing the Idle only areas that are in effect for Belle River/Lake Verret because of the high water? I went to the WLF, Assumption, and St. Mary sheriffs websites and I don't see it listed. I would like to go there in the morning and don't want to get a ticket.
A nice 8 point I killed with my step son. It was his first time to be hunting with me when I killed something so as you could imagine he was real excited. I think he might be hooked now. LOL..
It was killed North of St. Francisville off hwy 967 in late January. The deer was chasing a doe on a swollen Thompson Creek. I never thought deer would cross a creek when the water was moving that....