The deer are THICK this year...
Dry year, so they ate everything off as high up as they could reach, and they are REAL PESTS!
Come kill some so they don't collide with my vehicles this year!
I'm tired of putting front ends on my vehicles!
We stopped and counted 34 in one group on Monday,
I saw 12 milling around in a field this morning were we picked corn last week.
It's bow season here now, so the 'Hunters' are all out in the state areas trying to find a deer in the woods.
Not smart enough to figure out the deer are all in corn fields picking up what the corn pickers missed, or what the off loading process spilled!
Hunting skinny fence rows (Trees that have grown up in fence lines) is the best place to knock one right now, they eat, bed down, and don't move much until the corn rots or gets eaten from this years harvest...
Just some farm boy information there if you decide to come this way!
Good cool nights are starting to throw the bucks into full rut, if antler hunting is your thing...
Personally, I don't hang dead animal parts on my walls,
And you can cook antlers in a pressure cooker for a week,
And STILL not be able to stick a fork in the gravy!
I hunt young bucks, or young does, better meat for the freezer!
Do you bow hunt or firearm hunt?
We have seasons for muzzle loader, shot gun, 'Cowboy' rifles (large pistol caliber) and bow seasons here.
Something for about everyone.
If you know someone here with farm land, you can get what's called a 'Land Owners' tag,
You simply have the land owner put his name on a piece of paper and you don't have to buy license...
Otherwise, you have to have license for hunting.
Knowing someone you can use their address will get you a 'Local' license, which is cheaper.
Anyway, if you decide to come this way, be sure to get yourself 2 or 3 while you are hear...
I'm tired of the insurance rates going up after the 'Little Woman' bangs one or two about every year!