Huge Buck In Backyard

October 29, 2015

Deer Went To ER

October 29, 2015

This past Monday afternoon a deer staggered through the automatic doors at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, after being hit by a car on Elmwood Avenue next to the ER entrance.  It came from the Mt. Hope Cemetery.  

Two deputies happened to be at the hospital when the deer wandered in and with the help of hospital public safety officers they strapped the deer to a gurney and wheeled it out to the parking lot.

Animal Control officers determined its injuries were too extensive and, unfortunately it couldn't be save.  No one was injured in the incident. 

Lipstick, Earrings & A Fine Buck!

October 28, 2015

Russell Thornberry of Russell Thornberry Outdoors posted a picture of his wife, Sharleen and said...

Mama shot her a good'n last night! It was a hulk too. Thinking about 235 on the hoof! It was a grunt to load up, at least that's what my back is telling me this morning.  

Let it be known that my bride will always be at her best when the cameras come out!  But don't be fooled by the lipstick and jewelry. It's really a ploy to assure the deer that's she's not really a hunter but just a pretty lady woman out in the timber communing with nature.  They fall for it every time.  But let me say that lipstick and all, she is calm, cool and a deadly shot -- as in example A.  And where was Russell while Shar was bagging this fine buck?  At home watching a hunting show on TV! I kid you not.  

I went to Sharleen's site to congratulate and compliment her on wearing her earrings, lipstick and all and she said that is how she rolls. That is how I roll as well with spray net and all!  We got to look good for all the deer in the woods. 

Again, my congrats on a great shot on a really fine buck in our great wild outdoors! 


October 27, 2015

A Shame To Go This Way

October 26, 2015

Jason Beers took this photo of a deer that could have been dead or either wounded before the combine came in contact with him.  Maybe the deer thought it was hiding but unfortunately...too late. 

Coyotes On The Prowl

October 24, 2015

Gulfport - Residents of southern Mississippi neighborhoods and cities have spotted coyotes roaming the area looking for pets to eat.

According to some residents, the coyotes have been seen in urban areas such as Second Street in Gulfport.  Gulfport resident Ron Roland said he saw a coyote carrying a dead dog on his way home Monday night.  "The dog was so heavy, the coyote was walking bow-legged," he said.

Done Right!

October 23, 2015

Michael Jones is so proud of his "little man" getting his first deer and what a wonderful memory that will stay with both forever!  How well I know the feeling when I took my youngest grandson hunting and he got his first deer, a 6 point buck.  Congratulations to this youngster who will more than likely be a hunter the rest of his life in our great wild outdoors!

Hunting done right! 

Tough Elk

October 22, 2015

Do you see it?


October 21, 2015

200-Class Deer Allegedly Killed Illegally

October 21, 2015

A Louisiana man was recently cited by wildlife enforcement agents after they say he illegally killed a monster buck.

According to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, agents were called to a hunting club in Avoyelles Parish on Oct. 17 to measure a buck with a massive rack for record-keeping purposes. When agents arrived, club members informed them the giant was harvested by a guest hunter who may have been unlicensed.

Later that morning, an LDWF agent made contact with Glen Toups, Jr., 40, of Abbeville, Louisiana, and according to LDWF, Toups admitted to killing the deer with archery equipment. He also admitted to not having the proper hunting licenses or deer harvest tags. Authorities issued citations and seized the deer, which unofficially scored 208 inches.

Agents also learned Toup did not have the proper licenses because his hunting privileges had been revoked. According to LDWF, Toups faces up to $2,533 in fines and civil restitution plus up to 75 days in jail for harvesting the deer without licenses or tags.

Charges are pending on the hunting under a revoked license and conviction could bring up to 90 days in jail and up to a $500 fine.

LDWF reported the meat was donated to a charity and the head was kept as evidence.

Contact Brian Broom at (601) 961-7225 or  The Clarion-Ledger Sports on Facebook.

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