I retired in March so pretty much whenever. My problem is due to health issues, my cousin sold their 200 acre farm in Mercer County. It was a beautiful farm for hunting and it's been divided up into 10 acre mini farms. I get sick every time I think about it. This year I'll be limited to NC and...
Instead of a regular trail camera, get one with the plot watching capabilities, put it up higher out of sight. That way no one needs to walk right in front of it to trip it. You can set it to take pics up or down the powerline and cover a huge area.
You could call it "Fair Chase Outdoors" and your logo could be a picture of Jimmy Houston with a slash through him.
Or since it's going to be mostly public land, you could call it "Open To All Outdoors".
I have plenty of vac time and if needed, I can always make a return trip. I have done all my hunting in the past either around Harrodsburg or Mt. Sterling but I have a chance to hunt a farm in Hopkins county and I'm hoping to hunt it early and often.
I have to schedule my vacation this week and am planning to hunt Ky. next year early muzzleloader. Would I be right assuming it would be Oct. 16 and 17? We are going to bow hunt 3 or 4 days prior and was going to schedul the week of Oct 11-15. Does this sound right? Thanks in advance.
I have been reading on this site for years but just recently registered. Posts like this makes it easy to see why everyone gives you such a hard time. If that's all you got to say, why say it? By the way it's "as soon" not assume. You know the old saying about assuming? You just did it to...
Don't get to hunt Kentucky often. Born in Lexington but moved as a child. Still have alot of family in the area. I mainly hunt in NC where I now live and last year I got my best so far. 8pt. that green scored 142 1/2. Not a monster for KY but pretty good for around here.