Hallelujah, Hunting Season Starts 10/17

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    Deer and Turkey heaven!
     
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    Most deer on any property I have had access too. Lots of hogs and I have seen a few turkeys, too.

    Bonus is listening to quail whistle in the mornings and evenings.
     
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    I hunted in Jackson county when I lived in Albertville, AL back in the mid 90's, never managed to kill a deer there.
     
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    I still have two wild coveys on the farm, off limits to everyone including me. Very few hogs here but they are coming. Turkeys are all I could ever ask for and my freezer always has plenty of deer.
     
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    Then you know where the farm is, between Collinsville and Sandrock-Leesburg. I hunted Little Coon Hollow some up around Stevenson in Jackson County but much prefer Lookout Mtn and Cherokee Co. The Dekalb and Cherokee couty line runs through the farm.
     
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    Pretty good Thanksgiving weekend at the deer camp.

    I got a nice 8 point. One of my fellow hunters got a giant 6 point. imagejpeg_2.jpg
     
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    Another picture. 20211127_103310.jpg
     
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      Fine Buck, congrats!
       
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      I always love to hear my owls... right in those moments the light is waning and it is otherwise stone cold silent, because, well, the animal kingdom knows it's a dangerous time.
       
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      An owl hoot will make a wild turkey gooble off the roost. One can then position himself better before daylight and possibly call him in.
       

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