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skinner

Kingsport, TN

#1 Jul 25, 2013
i normally keep it a secret but i cant stand it .
i got squerril big as cats and quail big as chickens
still in velvet,10 points WITH drop tines and i swear i saw a red bird attack a hump back grizzly bear ....while i was tracking a 8x8 bull elk . my 3 year old daughter caught a 30 lpb. flat head for supper because we planned to spend the night under an overhang on devils nose with a bob cat but a 11 ft. rattle snake got the fish and that made me just a little bit uneasy so me and my daughter made a sled from a hollowed out log and slid all the way home only stopping to catch 12 bull frogs for breakfast ...i shit you not !!!!
knows one

Morristown, TN

#2 Jul 25, 2013
Story telling is open year round...lol
Eugene in Stanley Valley

Henderson, NC

#3 Jul 26, 2013
I can't wait for deer season, already been scoutin out the tree stand that are on my land without permission. I have my magnum wrist rocket and moth balls ready.
The truth

Summerville, SC

#4 Jul 26, 2013
skinner wrote:
i normally keep it a secret but i cant stand it .
i got squerril big as cats and quail big as chickens
still in velvet,10 points WITH drop tines and i swear i saw a red bird attack a hump back grizzly bear ....while i was tracking a 8x8 bull elk . my 3 year old daughter caught a 30 lpb. flat head for supper because we planned to spend the night under an overhang on devils nose with a bob cat but a 11 ft. rattle snake got the fish and that made me just a little bit uneasy so me and my daughter made a sled from a hollowed out log and slid all the way home only stopping to catch 12 bull frogs for breakfast ...i shit you not !!!!
I am sorry your hunting has been so bad. Dont give up it will get better.
yabadabba

United States

#5 Jul 26, 2013
skinner wrote:
i normally keep it a secret but i cant stand it .
i got squerril big as cats and quail big as chickens
still in velvet,10 points WITH drop tines and i swear i saw a red bird attack a hump back grizzly bear ....while i was tracking a 8x8 bull elk . my 3 year old daughter caught a 30 lpb. flat head for supper because we planned to spend the night under an overhang on devils nose with a bob cat but a 11 ft. rattle snake got the fish and that made me just a little bit uneasy so me and my daughter made a sled from a hollowed out log and slid all the way home only stopping to catch 12 bull frogs for breakfast ...i shit you not !!!!
WOW. I wanna go huntin wid yu sumtyme sounds siten to me nex tyme I'm in a fix ima gona did what u dun
The soultion

Smartt, TN

#6 Jul 30, 2013
yabadabba wrote:
<quoted text> WOW. I wanna go huntin wid yu sumtyme sounds siten to me nex tyme I'm in a fix ima gona did what u dun
If you are a hot chick then you can go hunting with me
skinner

Kingsport, TN

#7 Jul 30, 2013
cool mornings and evenings pushed me into the woods today . checked out my stands and done some scouting . good tracks and trails . not much change from last year . really enjoyed not to hot walking in the woods .i have used a rem. 7mm mag for several years and has never failed me . considering something new and affordable .any suggestions ? range difference between 7mm and 30-06 ? 150grn.
This is the way it is

Maggie Valley, NC

#8 Aug 6, 2013
skinner wrote:
cool mornings and evenings pushed me into the woods today . checked out my stands and done some scouting . good tracks and trails . not much change from last year . really enjoyed not to hot walking in the woods .i have used a rem. 7mm mag for several years and has never failed me . considering something new and affordable .any suggestions ? range difference between 7mm and 30-06 ? 150grn.
Try a bee bee gun you will have a good time. And no nasty game to clean.
skinner

Ringgold, GA

#9 Aug 7, 2013
i shot a 32 point, 450 lpb. buck with my trusty red rider one time many years ago and it didnt leave much of a blood trail to follow so at the age of three , i decided to use a little bigger gun. cleanning game is nasty to certain types of people , but to other people that hunt to help put healthy no chemical food on the table , cleanning game is very gratifying and satisfying . at a very young age , my father began trainning and teaching me the art of scouting,hunting,tracking,clea nning,
ethics and sportsmanship . if youre not going to eat it or give it to a family that need a little extra , DONT pull the trigger.
Calendar

Knoxville, TN

#10 Sep 26, 2013
Somebody give us the open dates for deer season.
Frank

Knoxville, TN

#11 Sep 26, 2013
There's a season on deer hunting? If so when does it open a Bay's Mountain Park ?
Skeeter

Abingdon, VA

#12 Sep 26, 2013
I have pictures of a Kangaroo on my trail camera near Surgoinsville. Does anyone have any Kangaroo recipes?
bullseye

Columbia, TN

#13 Sep 28, 2013
i was target practiceing this morning and ACCIDENTALLY killed a buck , two does and two turkeys . i believe i'm a 1/2 in. low at 1800yds .
Uncle Si

Morristown, TN

#14 Sep 29, 2013
My camo was so good a squirrel ran up me yesterday.
Well

Martin, TN

#15 Sep 29, 2013
I got RAPED by a Buck last week while picking up walnuts!
XYZ

Seymour, TN

#16 Sep 29, 2013
bullseye wrote:
i was target practiceing this morning and ACCIDENTALLY killed a buck , two does and two turkeys . i believe i'm a 1/2 in. low at 1800yds .
Just has to be another city slicker. What Bullseye shot was a brown bull calf, a brown heifer calf, a brown steer calf, and two grey rooster chickens. Failed to tell you about also shooting a black Angus cow and a green John Deere tractor. Didn't tell you about leaving the gate open which allowed the farmers' cattle to get out. Didn't tell you about rutting fields and damaging soybeans and corn crops. Oh well.
Oops, there is a new bullet hole in the barn roof.
Frank

Knoxville, TN

#17 Sep 29, 2013
If you don't like me huntin your land too bad It's my heritage and my family eats my kill wherever I choose to hunt.
skinner

Columbia, TN

#18 Sep 29, 2013
frank was the one that shot up the neighbors cows and killed the tracktor , not me !
skinner

Columbia, TN

#19 Sep 29, 2013
i saw a soul squirrel with her head stuck in a knot hole in a hickory tree and two bore squirrels was taking turns rapping her . on a closer look , it was a hunter with his head stuck in the hole and the squirrels was raping him . in order to help a fellow hunter , the only shot i had was to ricoche a shot off two rocks and then through forks in the tree , so i whipped out my trusty red rider , took careful aim , sqeezed the trigger . i missed the squirrels but casterated the hunter . sorry about that frank .
XYZ

Seymour, TN

#20 Sep 30, 2013
skinner wrote:
frank was the one that shot up the neighbors cows and killed the tracktor , not me !
Oops, sorry "skinner". Please accept my apology. I should have known it was "frank" and not you.

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