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  • I got something for you buddy... Swing on by tomorrow morning!!!

    September 08, 2012 at 6:31pm

    Soon we will meet my friend... Just not today.

    September 08, 2012 at 6:28pm

    camera tasting

    August 26, 2012 at 9:09pm

    The stare down. Buck vs. camera

    August 21, 2012 at 10:25pm
    A comment titled: Taylor's Taxidermy in response to a report titled: Taxidermist

    Taylor’s Taxidermy
    Owner Taylor Harrison Licensed Taxidermist
    284 Spence Road
    Lillington, N.C 27526
    Phone Number (910) 237-4066

    This guy is the best I have seen around the Harnett County area. He is very cheap on his prices also. I know he was won quite a few awards as of late too.

    January 24, 2013 at 11:24am
    A comment titled: Sweet Deer in response to a report titled: FROM DREAM TO REALITY*** Lee Co. Monster

    Chris, thats a sweet buck man. Congrats on him, couldn't have happened to a better guy, you earned it. Dan and Jamie have done you right, taking you under their wings so you could get this deer, j/k. Great buck man.
    Justin

    November 07, 2012 at 4:45pm
    A comment titled: Muzzy!! in response to a report titled: broadhead

    Never heard of those before but its hard to go wrong with a good old set of muzzy 100 grain. I've used something different each year for the past 4 or 5 years and find myself always going back to some a muzzy. I have heard of the cheaper guys having very thin or weak blades and breaking off in the middle of the deer too. I would be careful of these guys. But they may be the best thing to you have ever shot, its hard to tell until you stick one and try it yourself. Good luck, maybe you can let us know pretty soon how well they worked!!

    September 19, 2012 at 10:13pm
    A comment titled: Deer Management in response to a report titled: Soon...

    GT: If you see Mr. Bell, please let him know that I didn't happen to get deer like this by way of his methods of deer management. This is called year round hard work, coyote management, year round food plots and taking the ugly deer (even if they aren't that big, they still eat the same) out of the herd. This is the first of his size I have seen but I have him on camera six times in a week. And to the ones that don't believe GT about the baking soda over scent a way spray. He has no idea I have been to this stand twice a week and he starts coming in earlier and earlier each time. I have him on camera at 3:00am but also paying a visit around 8:00pm which is about 5 minutes closer each day he stops by. Key Points being: stay as scent free as you can and make sure feed them boys, deer like to eat too. Don't let coyotes over take the woods, we are bigger and have thumbs, thats why we run this world. If you want to kill something bad enough, shot a deer that doesn't have his brow tines year after year. a bucks children will likely look like their daddy, just like we do, so use this to mold your heard. Other then that, its just luck and how much time you can be in the woods.

    September 08, 2012 at 10:53pm
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