Rockwell Outdoors would like to thank everyone involved with the 5th Annual NWTF/Jakes Event held this weekend. The weather was kind of sketchy, but the heavy rains held off until the end of the event. All the kids involved had a great time and took home some great prizes. Rockwell Outdoors would like to personally thank Pearson, Kwikee Kwiver, Tru-Glo and Commando for the great products donated for this event. Keep an eye on our webpage, www.rockwelloutdoors.com for pics and video clips.
Added by Rockwell Outdoors on July 13, 2008 at 9:30pm —
So I see a post on MySpace about HunterSpot.com and checked it out and found it to be refreshing, populated by individuals who are serious about the outdoors. In my humble estimation, this could be the beginning of something truly productive for all of us.
As hunters, we have to fight the elements that converge against the sport within our communities and here, I believe, we have ourselves a nice sanctuary.
Added by WILD Oklahoma on July 7, 2008 at 6:45pm —
Another year has gone by and gator season is around the corner!
This year we donated an Alligator hunt to Safari Club International, "make a wish safari" and the wish was granted to Tom Widenhofer a 15 year old young guy who is fighting Brain cancer, the past year of Tom's life has been consumed by Brain surgery and Chemo that has taken its toll on him. the last two months he has been off chemo and he's gaining strength for his gator hunt.
On August 10th Tom was invited to the Bass… Continue
Added by Bill Booth Outdoors on June 18, 2008 at 9:41am —
On a cloudy morning My Dad, Pops and I set out early. We worked a few spots, and were getting nice hits, but that was about it. A hit here, and hit there, but no fish. We just couldn't seem to hook into them. We had no trouble hooking seaweed though. The small storm the night before really got the water trashed up. I was beginning to think I was cleaning my lure more then I was fishing. We finally got some small snapping blues in the boat, but still none of those slammin weakies we were looking… Continue
Added by Jim on June 15, 2008 at 10:30am —
Well the Kentucky Turkey Season started off with a bang on the farm we had leasted but fizzled quickly. There were 6 of us hunting, 4 Men and 2 Women, Barbara got her first Long Beard on opening morning, he landed in the decoys and she made an outstanding shot on him. Later that morning we all heard Wess's Black Powder shotgun sound off........we thought 2 would be in the bag but Wess had smoked a Yote that was sneaking up on what it thought was a hen Turkey but turned into a load of 5… Continue
Added by LouisianaHunter on June 12, 2008 at 3:35pm —
On Wednesday evening March 26th, he Weighed 22 lbs, 7 oz, his Beard was 11 1/4 inchs long, and he had 1 5/16 inch Spurs.
I got to one of my Deer stand’s, the one next to the pipeline at 12:00 noon and set out 4 decoys, B-HollyWood-Moble and 3 of his Ladys. The closest I could set to the where I set the decoys out was around 40 yards, why so far??, I needed the decoys to be seen on all the shooting lanes. It got to be 85 deg.s as it hit mid evening it was hot and really humid, I saw… Continue
Added by LouisianaHunter on June 12, 2008 at 3:35pm —
Well our hunting started out kind of nasty......it rained off and on for the first 4 or 5 days and few deer were seen by everyone, of course some saw some that would make them happy on the last day of hunting but they decided it was to early in the hunt to fill their tag/tags.
After almost a week the long awaited snow started.....OH YEAH, the deer sightings started to pick up but Marjie and I only was still seeing Doe's and Yearlying's........, no matter if we hunted the high country… Continue
Added by LouisianaHunter on June 12, 2008 at 3:33pm —
I met Marjie in 1999 and she had never had the chance to Hunt or Fish, so I took up the task of showing here the world I love........The Outdoors .....and what it started was a bond between us that still exsist today after being married for almost 8 years now.
Marjie started going Hunting and Fishing with me to see what it was all about and saw it wasn't all about killing or catching something but enjoying the early morning as the world was coming alive for a new day. To date Marjie… Continue
Added by LouisianaHunter on June 12, 2008 at 3:31pm —
My younest Son is serving in the Army and is stationed at Ft. Wainright Alaska. He met Shalanda Wright and after dating for awhile he asked her to Marry him. On June 7th 2008 they were Married.
Welcome to the Family Shalanda. Clay will ship out for Iraq for his second tour in October, Our prayers will follow him.
P.S. She also likes to Hunt and… Continue
Added by LouisianaHunter on June 12, 2008 at 3:30pm —
My Dad, Pops and I started bright and early, hit the dock at 5:30, not another boat in sight. Once we hit main marsh we threw the rigs together, baited up, and starting casting. An hour later, still nothing, no fish, and no boats. We were beginning to think everyone else had the right idea.
We decided to poke around a bit and worked our way down the intercoastal. At this point we began to make excuses for ourselves, like most fisherman do when they know they have been beat. "Well the… Continue
Added by Jim on June 1, 2008 at 4:00pm —
April 25, 2008
It was Friday night and I went out to the garage to start gathering some of my belongings for my second day of Turkey season. As I was loading up the decoys into the back of my truck I noticed the wind picked up and it started to rain. It’s a very disappointing feeling to think that your next morning has a strong possibility to be a wash out.
Everything was ready for the morning. Made my last phone… Continue
Added by Steve on May 20, 2008 at 11:30am —