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Hunting Kentucky land between the lakes #archery

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Thinking next year of making a trip to the LBL to deer hunt in archery season
Anyone have any experience hunting it and what is the area like

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November 18 – Private Land: Kansas Decoy Hunt, First Bow Buck Reviews

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Another public land, Georgia, 9 point!

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Saturday morning found me in the woods with bucks running around. Early rut? Or something else? Normally don’t see this activity until just after Christmas! I was able to grunt in an 8 point. He stopped at 40 yards, i settled the pin and squeezed the trigger. The trigger falls back, but the jaws don’t open. Stuck at full draw with a disengaged trigger. Ending that day on a sour note. Told myself to come try again tomorrow.

Sunday morning rolls around and i reluctantly roll out of bed. I make the 2 or so mile drive to the park up the road. I get out of the truck and get my gear together and start my 1.1 mile trek to that spot. I get 200 yards from there and i see a boat. I finally spot the guy in the woods from afar. He is probably in the tree i was leaned against the day before!

So, i make a sharp right turn and go in the woods. Bump a deer so i look for a place to set up. Found a nice pine tree with plenty of cover around it. I set up and start grunting. I hear a deer immediately, i look up the ridge and spot a small buck paralleling me. No clue if he was popping out for the call or what.

Flash forward to around 9:50, my back is aching and i’m ready to head home. I decide to do one more calling sequence. I hear some rustling ahead of me on top of the hill. I look up and see a nice body. Through my binoculars up and immediately knew he was a shooter. He was coming dead at me. Started to veer to my left. (Perfect for how i set up) he is on a mission and come by at 20 yards. After grunting twice and him not stopping, i let him have it anyways.

He trots 5 yards and stops and stares right at me for 10 to 15 seconds. Turns to his right (away from me) and makes it another 5 yards before crashing.

I pull him out of the woods down to the lake shore. I grab my knife and it sounded like foot steps behind me on the other side of the cover. 50 yards. I look around and a doe pops out. I watch he feed around for 3 minutes. Then i swear i hear grunting behind her. Then out blows this tall tight 2 year old 8 point! He looks dead at me and runs back in! I have it on video. Will find some way to upload it.

Well, now remember, i’m over a mile from the truck… i didn’t think ahead of time. I just killed the biggest bodied deer of my life. Luckily, in getting setup earlier, i made my way closer to that guy somehow. He said i was so close, he heard the arrow hit the deer!

Great guy, gave me a boat ride with my deer all the back to the truck! Chad Powell, if you read this, you have no idea how much i appreciate the help!

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Shot him at that black log just to the right of my bow.
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Sorry for any misspells, or typos!

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Land & Water Conservation Fund

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Some pretty interesting information about the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) which has helped states build community parks and the federal government could buy private properties to patch up a tattered public landscape. Now this program is on life support!
http://america.aljazeera.com/article…e-support.html

A few things from the article:

“But after no LWCF money came through, much of the ranch was subdivided, developed and sold off.”

“When we have a willing seller and we don’t have the funds to purchase the property, that really is unfortunate,”

“In 2008 a Montana cattle rancher just northwest of Yellowstone National Park offered to sell to the Forest Service several hundred acres along the Yellowstone River that were crucial habitat for migrating bison. The Yellowstone animals are descendants of the few wild bison in America to escape the mass slaughter of tens of millions of them at the end of the 1800s, which starved Plains Indian tribes onto reservations. For decades, thousands of Yellowstone bison were shipped to slaughterhouses while environmentalists and the cattle industry clashed over where outside the park they could be tolerated. Parties on both sides agreed this piece of land could help ease the conflict.

But when money from the LWCF never came, the rancher sold to a billionaire businessman instead, and the bison slaughter went on, at a cost of about $ 2 million a year to the National Park Service per an agreement forged with state and cattle industry representatives as a way to control their population.”

“in Montana and Nevada, where some of each state’s biggest herds of elk and mule deer, respectively, are kept largely off-limits to hunters because they live on mountain ranges encircled by private ranches that no public trails or roads cross”


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Alabama forever wild land trust

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What can you tell me about this organization? Is any hunting or how much hunting is allowed on the property that they buy and put in the trust? It seems that hunting organizations are supporting them but it looks like they don’t allow much if any hunting.


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Indiana Public Land

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Hey guys I am trying to figure out where to hunt public land this fall. Side Note: I am not expecting any secret spots or anything like that I enjoy the challenges of public land and like putting the work in. I have hunting public land in Ohio for about 4 years now and I want to try something else. I was looking into Indiana because it seems like you dont hear much about it and its about the same distance as Ohio. Is it as good or better than Ohio? Really pressured? Any information would be appreciated. I noticed Hoosier and Pigeon River but besides that not really familiar. Any direction would be great!


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Hunting Public Land….

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Hey guys…do to some financial constraints, this year I am going to be forced to primarily hunt public land here in the state of Maryland. Some of the public hunting land I am very familiar with due to hiking it over the years, fishing, etc. However, there are some areas of the state to the West that I would like to hunt, but am very unfamiliar. I have never hunted public land before, and this will be my first experience to it. I am used to hunting large parcels of land, but the properties I used to lease were always marked well and laid out nice. I have a couple questions I am hoping some of you more experienced guys can help me with….

1) How do you guys remember where you want to put your climber or blind? Maryland does not allow you to leave stands on public property overnight. Some of these areas are a two hour drive from my house. So how do you guys wake up in the morning and find you way to that specific tree or spot on public land?

2) What steps do you take to avoid being lost? I am not trying to sound like a yuppie here lol. I have been playing in the woods since I was a child. However, I am sure some of you guys are like me and can easily get turned around when its dark and there is nothing but woods around you…Considering some of these land plots are nearly 40,000 acres of forest, I am a little cornered about finding my hunting spot AND not getting lost. I have started to put some research into handheld GPS devices and other electronics but I don’t think its a good idea to put all my eggs in the electronics basket…most of the time when I hunt I leave my phone in the truck.

3) How do you mark a certain area when you are ready to climb up or put your blind up so that other hunters walking in the area know you are closeby? Archery season does not require hunters to wear orange.

4) Any other tips are greatly appreciated.

I am really sorry if I sound helpless here lol. I am pretty bummed out about losing out on my properties…but I am not going to let this ruin my season. I just want to have a safe and successful season on public land without having a horror story of my own! Thanks guys


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Buying land

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I have the opportunity to buy some recreation land that I will only use for hunting.

There are two tracts I’m trying to decide on and I’d like some opinions.

The first tract is around 40 acres, and it’s 100% wooded. All hardwoods. It’s sits on the southwest corner of a very large block of timber for the area, probably 300-400 acres, with a couple attached 10 acre pieces to west, and then all ag fields. It’s bordered to the south by a county road. To the west and north, it’s bordered completely by timber. I feel there is potential for a lot of deer traffic on the property, however I also feel like I won’t be able to manage it much and there’s likely to be several hunters on the rest of surrounding timber.
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The second property is 60 acres, mostly wooded with some open areas. This property is more secluded, with probably 400 acres of woods across a county round to the north. To the east are ag fields. To the south, theres probably an overgrown 20 acres ( looks very thick) then ag fields. To the west, there’s another thick 20-30 acres, then all ag fields. I would likely be able to put in a food plot or two and there likely wouldn’t be any other hunters around, except across the road to the north where the bulk of the local timber is. I feel I could effectively manage this ground, but likely would not have as much deer traffic as the other property.
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Which would you choose and why?


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