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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-05-2010, 07:36 AM Thread Starter
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Working on the lease

spent a weekend bushhogging and trimming trees. Still have some more tree trimming to do. should be ready for Sept.
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-05-2010, 07:09 PM
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Looking good, hows the rain fall for growing?
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Looks good.. If your getting rain like we are in TN you should have plenty.. Seems like we are mowing grass and pulling weeds every other day..
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I plowed the food plots with atv pulling disc and can tell you it was dusty and dry.someplaces the ground was so hard the disc would not leave a mark
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I plowed the food plots with atv pulling disc and can tell you it was dusty and dry.someplaces the ground was so hard the disc would not leave a mark
Its finally dried up here a little in TN. Im assuming you hunt with the Kemster?
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hellbilly is a friend of mine. nice to see you here, you'll like this forum.

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Its finally dried up here a little in TN. Im assuming you hunt with the Kemster?
have hog and turkey hunted with him in Florida.He needed help on his lease and I wanted out of the house and in the woods.So it was a good weekend helping a friend.If I get to hunt with him on his lease in Ga.that would just be icing on the cake,if not Ill still help out next pre-season.Good people to hang out with and have same interests or hard to find.Actually I have never hog hunted until the day I went with Scott and killed my first hog
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Its finally dried up here a little in TN. Im assuming you hunt with the Kemster?
were abouts in TN you in? I bear hunt in NC with my stepdad every year and were not far from Johnson city.Watauga county
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were abouts in TN you in? I bear hunt in NC with my stepdad every year and were not far from Johnson city.Watauga county
Franklin County, thats the middle lower portion of TN. Right on the AL border.
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Franklin County, thats the middle lower portion of TN. Right on the AL border.
ahhhh my old stomping grounds. probably before you were born bf.
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