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Turning The Corner – Rabbit Hunter

     Somewhere around about the middle of February rabbit hunters will notice a distinct change in the air. Sure, it’s still officially winter, and even your basic ground hog knows there’s likely to be six more weeks of snow and cold …

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2012 North Carolina State : Hunters Horn

The 2012 North Carolina State was held on May 9-12 at Richard Evans’ Low Country Fox Preserve.
I left home a little before 10 under cloudy skies. I was delighted to have as a traveling partner my old friend Tony …

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Final Four Interview : American Cooner

Interview with Zack Whitaker, Berry, Kentucky
Zack is 27 years old and has been hunting
since he was six years old
David – “First, congratulations on the birth of your little girl Wednesday morning. Is she doing ok?”
Zack – …

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Barking up the right Tree : Full Cry

“Barking up the Right Tree” is one of the best ways I know of to get the news of what’s happening in my part of the world with some help from Full Cry. (Ha, ha.)
It’s dry around here; we …

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A boy and his Papaw American Cooner

 I can remember when I was small, nipping at the heels of my Papaw, Janis Miller. I was waiting for the chance to tag-along on one of his coon hunting trips. Then one day it happened. He took me to …

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Full Cry W.W. Squirrel Hunting Club

June 2012 Full Cry Magazine CoverHello from Central South Carolina. I hope everyone is doing well. I’ve been lazy for a good many months now about sending in some club news. Some of our members have gotten onto me about this and I just make …

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Gearing Up For Next Season

June 2012 Rabbit Hunter Magzine CoverRABBIT HUNTER – Most hunters, other than Beaglers, are able to survive several hunting seasons before they have to consider buying new gear. Truth be told, sitting in a stand or blind might wear out the seat of your pants …

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Written In Stone

June 2012 Full Cry Magazine CoverFULL CRY – Greetings from South Georgia. The drought continues to impact hog hunting here. Of course, the lack of rainfall affects the farm in more ways than just hog hunting. There are 25 irrigation lines on this farm which …

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