Now what's a Yankee boy from InDEanner know about deek hunting down ther in Mark Tree?
Just messing with ya Hoosier dude, I hunted in Mark Tree Arkansas
as a kid 30 years ago. I hunted on E.Ritter farming land with my papa
Buel Adamson ( if you know the floodways you know Buel Adamson).
that was the best dern secret honey hole for years til they screwed it up
building all the levee's. I moved from that area about 18 years ago for
employment reason's (now in Nashville Tn.) but I still make my way home to hunt with my dad around Parkin AR each year.
How about you feller's letting some of them greenheads make it on down to Hog land. We sure would like to see the sky "pitch black" again like back in the early 70's
Good Hunting !!!
I wish it would freeze up earlyer here, we used to get some good migrants here in late Nov. thru Dec. but the last 5-10 yrs weve only been hunting locals :thumbsdown: but luckally we do have a good number of those. (mallards, woodies, and Canada geese) :thumbsup: As long as the rivers are open the geese stay all yr.
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