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  • A great day rabbit hunting with friends along the Tar River in Granville Co. resulted in 10 cottontails for the 6 hunters on yesterday's hunt. We hunted with 15 beagles from about 9:00 am until about 4 o'clock on a beautiful farm along the Tar River near Oxford,NC. At the end of the day, the beagles and the hunters were tired and worn out from walking through the pine thickets trying to cut off the speedy cottontails.

    January 06, 2011 at 1:36pm

    This monster hit an eel on the 'down' line while drifting in the Chesapeke Bay. I know this is a Va. picture, but a lot of NC fishermen have been traveling to this monster striper hole for a number of years now. I wish I could say I caught one bigger than this at some time in my life here in NC, but it hasn't happened yet...GoodLuck, Tight lines.

    November 29, 2009 at 3:50am

    Curtis Tippitt of the Locust Tree Hunting Club in Bullock,NC poses with a massive 8 pointer (140 +/- class) killed in Vance County in late October 2005. Mr Tippitt used a shotgun to bring down the monster buck.

    February 11, 2006 at 5:31pm

    Curtis Tippitt Took this 140 class 8 pointer while hunting on private property outside Townsville, North Carolina in late October 2005. Mr. Tippitt was hunting with guide Kevin Fisher of the Locust Tree Hunting Club-Bullock,N.C..

    February 11, 2006 at 5:23pm
    A comment titled: Wet corn.... in response to a report titled: Wet Corn...Whats your Opinion Guys/Gals?

    If you have a good population of deer, I am pretty sure the deer will quickly eat it up. If you put it in a good spot that they all ready associate with corn or feed, you won't have to worry about the rain. If they don't eat it, it may sprout and they won't touch it unless they are super hungry.My advise is, get comfortable and shoot the first one that walks up if you want to be sure not to waste the money you spend on the corn...Good Luck.

    October 18, 2011 at 8:57pm
    A comment titled: Just My Luck?? in response to a report titled: Just My Luck

    You're lucky you can, you will,and most importantly .....YOU DO get up at 4:30 a.m. to get in position for a chance at a nice buck. Days like you are referring to come all the time for avid hunters. It's the day you don't go that your chance of a lifetime passes you by. So stay after them, do all the things it takes to put yourself in a position to take that easy 17 yard shot. The biggest deer I ever killed, I overslept and hunted in sleet and freezing rain for about 2 1/2 hours until a doe pulled a nice buck right past me in terrible conditions. You never know when , where, or how often you will get a good chance.Trophy Buck very rarely show up and pose for you against the perfect sunrise/sunset in your favorite stand on your favorite farm.That's why we go after them isn't it?

    October 18, 2011 at 8:49pm
    A comment titled: G and Jay's big day... in response to a report titled: Garrett's first(and second)

    What a day!!!Those smiles say it all. Santa can't bring these days..these days are not available in stores or on-line.Special, very special.Little mans putting meat on the table!!!The whitetail brings real MAGIC to young and old alike.

    Merry Christmas---

    RH

    December 23, 2009 at 5:15pm
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