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What a great time we had in South Texas, just a few miles north of the border. The hogs were big and we all managed to put some bacon on the pole.
I had an exciting, wet, opening day of gun season in Indiana this year, and it was all worth it. I had been monitoring three big bucks in my hunting area with my trail cameras and was fortunate to have one come by during hunting hours.
There were an estimated 400,000 snow geese in our area while we were hunting. We drove around the county looking for opportunities to stalk the massive flocks of birds as they fed in the picked corn fields that we had permission to hunt. It was very challenging with the tens of thousands of birds in these mega flocks. When one small group flew, they all flew to the next field. If you shot once, they were all gone. Instead of traditional setting of decoys, we did a lot of spot and stalk hunts, using natural low spots and drainages in the fields to get close.
While hog hunting in the Low Country of South Carolina with Buck Run Hunting Lodge, David and I had the ride of our lives just getting back to our stands in the swamp area where the big hogs lived. The ATV ride alone was worth the trip!
While hiking at Lake Monroe, in southern Indiana, I noticed this skunk searching for a meal of insects, grubs, or worms in the low grass. He was so caught up in looking for food he never noticed that I crept to within 20 feet of him.
Noodling for snapping turtles seems a little on the crazy side, but I had to give it a try.
While hog hunting in South Carolina I used a custom made rifle from ATG Rifle. One shot with a small caliber, .20-.220 rifle, provided the high kinetic impact necessary for a quick, clean kill. Visit http://www.atgrifles.com
You are going to love this 4-minute video of “flying Silver Carp” on the Wabash River in Indiana. This was a great video from my days with Indiana Outdoor Adventures.