Archive for the ‘Missouri’ Category
Posted by Darrell under: Missouri.
My son has no fear of snakes. He has been intrigued by snakes since he was quite small. In fact, even when he was a toddler he would gladly grab a snake if he was ‘lucky’ enough to encounter one. Now that he is older (and should be smarter) his first inclination is to grab a […]
Last year, my son Caleb took his first deer during Missouri’s special youth season. Both of us are excited about this year’s season. My daughter is also considering hunting during Missouri’s youth hunt.
The season last for 2 days - October 27 & 28 2007, which is a Saturday and Sunday. Any legal hunting method is […]
If you live in the Ozarks, like I do, you get used to strangers instantly thinking you must be a hillbilly. When you shoot flaming arrows to light brush piles you realize that the strangers are probably right. Of course, shooting arrow with fireworks attached, ranks right up there on the hillbilly scale.
In the Ozarks, […]
I will admit that I wrestled with putting this post up. We were just having fun at the time, but in retrospect, it does appear a bit irresponsible. But in our defense, “who hasn’t dreamed of living the Dukes of Hazzard lifestyle?”
I never made it to work on my tree stands on Saturday (two weeks ago). […]
I grew up hunting and fishing. The highlight of every year for me was firearm deer season. I’d anticipate opening morning for months and could never sleep the night before. There is nothing quite like having a whitetail come prancing in - just moments after shooting light.
A few years ago, I had a bad opening […]
Check out my Paddlefish pictures!
My friend Jeff and I spent a day on the Osage River snagging paddlefish back on April 11th. Neither of us knew exactly what to expect.
The Osage river flows below the Truman Dam and feeds into Lake of the Ozarks. It is full of paddlefish during April and snagging season runs […]
I don’t know what it is about Missouri Turkeys, but I just can’t seem to kill one. I didn’t grow up hunting them and just started last year. My big mistake, early on, was in not hunting with anyone that really knew what they were doing.
I figured that I had been seeing turkeys for years while […]