How I Feel

July 31, 2015

Benefits Of Harvesting & Eating Venison

July 30, 2015

One of the greatest pleasures that deer hunting brings is the satisfaction of feeding the ones you love with the meat from the hunt. Filling the freezer with the meat from just one harvested deer could feed the family for months, or even a year which makes it a cost effective and convenient source of food. There are many reasons to harvest and eat venison. This detailed info-graphic created by GOODGAMEHUNTING showcases the many benefits of hunting deer and eating this tasty red meat and also compares how these benefits stack up against eating store bought beef. As the graphic highlights; venison is organic and natural, very healthy, and contains half the fat of beef when comparing similar cuts of the meat. It's no wonder why many consider venison the ultimate red meat.

Who I Am

July 29, 2015

Time-lapse Of Antlers Growth

July 27, 2015

Watch these two whitetail bucks grow huge antlers in 2 minutes.

These videos from the Mississippi State Deer Lab shows the antler growth cycle of two huge antlered bucks in their study group.

Deer drop their antlers at the end of winter and start growing them again during the spring.  It's interesting to watch a time lapse of the antler growth and MSU did a nice job with these two videos.

The first video is of a whitetail buck called Doc.  He grows a very impressive looking rack with a huge drop tine.

The next video is a whitetail buck called Meatball.  His rack doesn't grow quite as big as Doc's, but, it's still very impressive!

Pretending It’s Hunting Season

July 26, 2015

A Warning!

July 23, 2015

Mossy Oak Song

July 22, 2015

Pass It On!

A BIG Catch!

July 21, 2015

My "new" Facebook friend Lainey Prejean Smith's grandson, Edward, is showing off his big catch of the day!  You can tell by the smile on his face that he's a proud fisherman.  I know his grandmother is very proud of him and so am I in our great wild outdoors.  Way to go Edward!

Hunting Near A Swamp

July 20, 2015

One day while walking to my deer stand to do an afternoon hunt, I stopped to take this picture at Jasper Bottom Hunting Club in Claiborne County, MS.  This camp is where I harvested my very first deer, a 6 point buck, near the Big Back River.  So many good memories were made at this camp and I had to leave a few years ago because of the dues going up.  I harvested many a deer during my 25 years there.  I'm lucky now to have friends that invite me to hunt on their land and hope to keep hunting for the next 10 to 15 years in our great wild outdoors! 

A Bear Scare

July 19, 2015

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