Well as you have noticed again, it is awfully quiet form the Briary River bunch. This is again because we have more on our plates then we can handle (I thing I am noticing a pattern). As many of you know, the fall before last we had a 1,000 year flood. Then this past late summer/ early fall, we had a Hurricane hit us hard.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Monday, August 29, 2016
Getting ready for another year with a few add-ons
Its that time of year again. Well its actually a little past that time of year but who is counting? Time to get everything ready for hunting seasons. Since I am a bow hunter and our season opens August 15th, I have been working on things. Most of the bushhoging around the stands is done. Corn has been put out (yeah we can bait here). New stands have been put up and shooting lanes cut. And my climber has been found (remembered where I left it while bushhoging). It looks like it is going to be a great year. Also as usual with us we are going to try something different. This year we are going shrimping.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Well that was fun
Last week Ray and I set bush hooks for cats. I am learning a good bit but I still learn a lot while fishing with Ray. This time was no exception. Most of what I learned I can not share under penalty of death(and not getting to go back). But one lesson i learned I can share, and it is possibly the most important lesson of all.
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Labels: Buzzard Luck, humor, River
Thursday, March 3, 2016
I know there are people out there that love to eat shad. I might even love it if I ever try it. I just have never had the opportunity to try it. But I do enjoy catching them. Now I know some of you are going to fuss that I should not catch them if I don't plan on eating them, but hear me out.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
New season new adventures
Well deer season is upon us here in SC. We'll if you use a bow it is at least. And I use a bow. It's been a pretty wild summer with my crazy work schedule and Buckman starting a new job at a new school. But it is finally hunting season again and all should get back normal shortly. Or at least as close to normal as it can get for now. I am trying a few new things this year. And have some new places to hunt. So stick around and find out how all of this works out. I know I am excited about it.
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