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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray P View Post
    I think I read somewhere along the line that yall were up in Eglin? If you are......be safe in this storm up there!
    Hey Ray P,
    Youíre spot on... we evacuated last night.
    My house got hit by a tornado earlier this year so I donít mess around with weather. Especially Cat 4 hurricanes.



    I live in the yellow.


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    Hurricane is gone, my house seems to be fine, and now Iím 9 days away from a season finally opening. I canít wait!


    Bigger Kansas bucks are finally starting to show up too.



    Still many more from last year that we know made it through.... just waiting for them to show up.

    Here are three specifically I want to see.









    Iím going to go check my game cams today or this weekend to make sure they survived the hurricane.

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    Great news! Those are fine bucks! Looks like Tyndall and lots of places east of you were decimated! Glad everything is good with you.

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    Tyndall and Panama City took a direct hit from the eye of the hurricane. The damage to the base is immense. Several of my friends have lost almost everything. Very sad, but thankfully they're all safe and they all have insurance. They'll all be in my prayers for the next few weeks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ray P View Post
    Great news! Those are fine bucks! Looks like Tyndall and lots of places east of you were decimated! Glad everything is good with you.
    "Never follow your passion, but always bring it with you." ~Mike Rowe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray P View Post
    Great news! Those are fine bucks! Looks like Tyndall and lots of places east of you were decimated! Glad everything is good with you.
    I feel horrible for them. Definitely lots of support teams staged up here to help out.
    We were in work today launching our aircraft to aid with search and rescue.

    Here in a couple days when the roads are open we will be sending teams down to help even more.

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    I was pretty much out of commission and totally knocked off my feet last week due to an annoying sinus infection. It was not fun.

    I was able to get out yesterday to walk around with a buddy who has a rifle cow tag for a nearby unit. It ended up being a rifle-hike as we didn't see anything, but it was nice to get out and breathe some fresh air (even though I really couldn't breathe through my nose.)





    We followed some fresh tracks and jumped the elk off their beds, but we never set eyes on them. The snow and the tracks we were following were gone by midday.



    I should be able to convince the wife to get out sometime this week for an after work hunt.

    "Never follow your passion, but always bring it with you." ~Mike Rowe

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    Two big things!

    Tomorrow is Florida whitetail opener!

    Second...


    I am so so so so so pumped about this.
    Itís an off limits - nonhunted military range. 72 hunters drawn a year and its spreads over 4 hunts. So 18 per! Then each person is assigned a zone so itís plenty of room to hunt.
    Archery only and there are some great deer out there!

    Not to mention February is our rut down here. Wooohoo!!


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    Go get lost in the woods...Bring us back a keeper!

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    Today was a great first sit.

    Went from hot and humid, to super hot, to thunder storms, to a good temp drop.



    Thatís what it was when I set up for my afternoon hunt!
    Itís back down to 70 as I walk out from the woods.


    I did see two deer. A legal spike and a young doe. They got the pass....
    She was too small and I had fun watching them.




    Tomorrow will be a cooler day with great winds. I cannot wait.

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