Early, Miller and Seminole counties Ga

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Son

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I've never been one who would buy camo clothes, and only really care about wearing it much, except for turkey hunting. Christmas each year, family outfits me in camo. Makes me wonder if they're trying to hide me or what?
 
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Son

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I've never been one who would buy camo clothes, and only really don't care about wearing it much, except for turkey hunting. Christmas each year, family outfits me in camo. Makes me wonder if they're trying to hide me or what?
 
If I don't have COVID & my deer is ready at the Buck Barn, I may try to do a short hunt trip next weekend.
 
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Son

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Deer activity sure has slowed down in my area the last two weeks. Cameras are not getting many mature bucks. Hogs, a few does and yearlings.
 

twtabb

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Lots of night time pics on the camera. Saw some deer moving around 5:30 yesterday afternoon and put some meat in the freezer. Was done and loaded up before dark Wednesday.
 
Thread starter #288

Son

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Might know, when I detained and can't get up to hunt, the chasing begins. Two mature bucks were killed this morning. I did get a chance to ride up to camp and see both bucks. Oh well, two more days. hope to make it both days to finish the season.
 

kmckinnie

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Might know, when I detained and can't get up to hunt, the chasing begins. Two mature bucks were killed this morning. I did get a chance to ride up to camp and see both bucks. Oh well, two more days. hope to make it both days to finish the season.
No pics of the bucks ?
 
Thread starter #290

Son

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I didn't get photo's. They were already up when I got there. One was a nine, the other was an old buck we've been trying to take out. He had four on one side, and a huge spike on the other. I made it up at 10 this morning, and saw no deer today. Nothing was shot in our club today. Wife having medical challenges, I have to get her set up for the day before I can leave the house. Bet I haven't hunted more than half of the season, and most days I was mid morning to get there. Tomorrow, hope to see a big one.
 
Thread starter #291

Son

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Weather permitting, it's time to go fishing in lake Seminole.
 
Thread starter #292

Son

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To the dock this morning to check on the pontoon boat. Battery is dead again, guess it's done. But I already have a replacement. Noticed lake is high, it's the only way the Corp can protect the hydrilla when it's cold weather. Low when it's warm, high when it's cold, not a good plan. They have done the same the last few years. That's why hydrilla has a head start when summer comes.
 
Thread starter #293

Son

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Cold and windy at Lake Seminole today, and suppose to get colder. How bad is it? Well, I haven't seen any boats go by today. Water remains high but clear in the smaller connecting lakes.
 
I got COVID, felt bad, and missed the end of the season. See my Jan 2 post. haha - Talk about jinxing youself.
 
Thread starter #295

Son

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Seminole is high, water is cold. If they keep it high, it will protect the hydrilla and we'll have a mess out there again this coming summer. Bald eagle circling overhead, not a duck or goose in sight.
 
Thread starter #297

Son

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Don't get in any rush to buy. The weather sucks, wind gust up to about 25 mph today, and cool. /Weather channel says rain coming by Wed.
 
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