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Old 07-15-2017, 05:56 AM
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Lots of persimmons on trees in northeast Georgia.
White oaks have acorn

Put a new clover field in for deer it's come up good

Hot as Africa.

Dove field looks great. 8 acres of sunflowers with millet also in entire field and rows of corn sporadic

Duck fields and swamps are all planted in sorghum and millet and look good.

Catfish are biting at my tech pond.

Have a group of 10 white egrets that stay on one of my ponds.

Local wood ducks and mallards are eating well.

Saw a nice 10 point buck the other evening.

2 bears seen in last couple months in my area.

Hay is cut
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Old 07-15-2017, 06:23 AM
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Lots of rabbits seen too for big stopper.
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Old 07-15-2017, 06:50 AM
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Very nice report of the NE estrous flyway. Here at the Nr ranch....

Been feeding the toads all summer. Just put a cam out.
Bass are eating worms in the mornings
Nr. Jr. has been playing baseball all summer
The other nr Maddox is going through puppy hell with the forcing of fetch
Heading down to the redneck Rivera next week for some vacation time
Feeling like we're living in the rain forest lately
If life was any better with the Nr family it just wouldn't be fair
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:08 AM
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I would be scared to let those tiny little baby dogs swim in a tech pond that had catgeeches
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:09 AM
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Ag fields are all coming up great
seems to be more corn than beans this year
Bucks are hammering the alfalfa clover fields
Lots of good rain this July
Been watching the same group of bucks every evening
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:33 AM
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All the rain has the muscadines doing well. Water oaks getting loaded, haven't checked the whites yet. Still some clover in the bait plot, need to re seed and fertilize. Buck crop looks great and they seem to be enjoying the corn as usual.
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:47 AM
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In other news, My little BuckyT world has been okay. I went up to blue belly Illinois and scouted. Put 3 cams up. I caught tons of bass up there. Had to switch to my left hand lipping em cause the electrical tape on my right thumb wasn't helping anymore. I put cams up in Morgan C last weekend. Work is nuts and well.. it's good and sucks at the same time. Maters and peppers came in strong but have slacked off. It's very green and tropical. Expecting little scantily clad jungle people to pop out of the wood line at any moment.

I'm ready for deer season. I might name a buck to get some witty responses from some of you.
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:57 AM
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That bitch azz doe still hanging around Tommy? I gotta lay off'em on my place.
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Old 07-15-2017, 09:28 AM
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That bitch azz doe still hanging around Tommy? I gotta lay off'em on my place.
Yep. She has a friend too. I have no clue what they find so interesting under the swing set? The grass is the same as everywhere else. Lol
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It's either too hot, too humid, or too rainy to venture outdoors.

I did stay a few nights on the Toccoa River a couple weeks back. Caught several trouts, both browns and rainbows. Several of them were good sized, biggest was around 19-20 inches.

Haven't even scouted for deer, looks like my grandma's property is about to go under contract, so this could be the last season on there, and if that is the case, I plan to shoot anything and everything, because I am just that way.

I did breakdown and join the dark side of archery and ordered a cunntbow the other day. My shoulder is in foul shape and hurts most of the time and drawing a bow doesn't seem very fun. Doc talked about surgery, but that seems very painful and a long recovery to boot. Just don't know how I could fit it in, maybe in January or mid may next year.

I do have to take a 309 question questionnaire to keep my job, if answers aren't what they are looking for, then a psychological evaluation is in order, so I guess I am ****ed.
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Old 07-15-2017, 10:40 AM
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It's either too hot, too humid, or too rainy to venture outdoors.

I did stay a few nights on the Toccoa River a couple weeks back. Caught several trouts, both browns and rainbows. Several of them were good sized, biggest was around 19-20 inches.

Haven't even scouted for deer, looks like my grandma's property is about to go under contract, so this could be the last season on there, and if that is the case, I plan to shoot anything and everything, because I am just that way.

I did breakdown and join the dark side of archery and ordered a cunntbow the other day. My shoulder is in foul shape and hurts most of the time and drawing a bow doesn't seem very fun. Doc talked about surgery, but that seems very painful and a long recovery to boot. Just don't know how I could fit it in, maybe in January or mid may next year.

I do have to take a 309 question questionnaire to keep my job, if answers aren't what they are looking for, then a psychological evaluation is in order, so I guess I am ****ed.
Good luck with the ****bow. My old man had rota tor cuff surgery last August. He still isn't the same. Might never be... I told him to get a crossbow, but he's being very stubborn about it...
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Old 07-15-2017, 11:29 AM
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See. Now this is what it's all about. Buddies sharing valuable info with their buddies
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Whiteoaks have acorns, persimmons are loaded, bass fishing is slow. Nats and sqeeters are as bad as I've ever seen. Pulled a tick off me many times lately and think Lyme disease may be in my future if I don't start using some permanone. Got 4 cams out and several shooters. Bring on fall and some cool temps!
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Neat stories about neature.
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Another summer has been enjoyable for me.

I've got some lambs on pasture, a small garden going, and full plate of things to do.

Bears have plentiful on the farm this summer.

The girl friend and birdog had a run in with a rattlesnake a few weeks back. She managed to get this photo from the front door.


I'm not looking forward to one more year in Macon.

Anyone have any ideas on a fun fishing trip within 6-7 hours of North East Georgia to end the summer on?
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