This saturday is halloween and I just want to talk to the trick or treaters for a moment. Now I know some people don't believe in this day and that's ok. For those who do I want to offer some tips for the little ones. Always hold someons hand when walking in the street. Look both ways when crossing any street. Never go to a house that is not lit up like a christmas tree. After you get finish with the night have your parents check all candy you get. Thank you and have a happy hallowen.
Friday, October 30, 2009
Hey there deer hunters i'ts your old pale Dokkie here with this weeks hunting report. Tis' the season, not that season. Hunting season is going full blast. Bow seson is in full swing aswell as squirrle season. Bow hunting to me is not as fun as gun hunting. For one reason it's to hot and you fight the bugg more than the deer. The other reason is you run the risk of loosing your deer if you don't drop him right then and there. The same can be said for gun season too. But wioth the gun you can let him or her get as close as you want. I sday hunt whichever type of hunting you want. And remember size does not matter you can't eat the horns. This is Dokkie sayning good luck and good hunt. Ya'll be safe out there.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Hey there Dokkie here with this weeks hunting report. Many hunters have alway discussed shooting houses or treestands. My advice is like the cammo pattern hunt in the one you feel comfortable in. Some people may not like hights so I say use a house. Me personaly I use a recliner to hunt out of. So whatever you prefer use it. This has been the hunting report and I am your old pale Dokkie. And as alweays good luck and good hunt. Please excuse me while I do a little more scouting. Be safe out there.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Hey y'all Ol Red here with another tale to tale. With all this rain we've been havimg lately the boys and I thought we would have a little fun. We thought wwe would make us a slippen slide out of mud. There's this hill out back of the homeplace where the water runs fast down the hill. So we made this big plane to do sopme rolling. So we all decided we weoulkd get a running start and see who would make it down the hill first. Things was going great till we started rolling down the hill filled with rocks and sticks not to mention the deep mud hole at the bottom of the hill. Half way down we forgot who was winning we was just glad to see the big mud whole. The cooling mud was soothing to our bubps and bruieses. So when we got back to the house we sat ther licking our wound and drinking ice cold mountain dews. This is Red D saying before you go rolling down a big hill send someone down to check it out first. Remember to be safe out in thus web. See you all next time.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Hey y'all Dokkie here with the hunting report. When you think of a hunting rifel what is the first thing that comes to mind? Most people want knock down power and some want the perfect shot. It has been my expirence that whatever rifel you choose the results are the same. The gun goes boom sometimes the deer drops sometimes he don't. So remember pick the rifel that goes boom. This is Dokkie saying good luck and good hunt.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
Hello my friends Dokkie here with the hunting report. On all these hunting shows the allways show commercials about camo patterns. Some of them blend in with the trees and some blend in with the bushes. What you need to remember is it does not really matter what pattern you use. All deer are color blind. Imean can you just see two deer saying to each other Bill don't go that way that tree shot Bob last week. I know Joe yesterday my cousin James walked by this bush and got shot by an arrow. At the end of the day all you need is a pattern you feel comfortable with. No matter what pattern you wear, no matter if you look like a tree if the deer spot you all you will see is that white flag, and not the surrendering kind. This has been the hunting report and this is Dokkie saying good luck and good hunt.