Here’s the story of the three journey of a buck I call “Car-Jacker.”
2019 Georgia Deer Hunting Vlog: I catch up with a 5 1/2-year old known as “Car-Jacker.”
This story started at least three years ago when this buck showed up on my trail camera looking a little gimpy. After watching him over the years I knew he was a resilient animal. After seeing him for the first time on the small 10-acre parcel I hunt I dropped for a conclusion to the story.
This buck had a broken leg which undoubtedly affected his antlers in 2017 (see video). Additionally, he had a sore on his leg which made it seem like he drug his leg whenever he walked. He also had a split ear and a bare spot on the back of his heel. This buck was truly a warrior. I’m thankful I got to punch my tag on him. Through jawbone analysis we aged him at 5 1/2-years old. He had 6-inch bases and 10 scoreable points.
This is the three year journey of “Car-Jacker.”
In this video review we take a look at the FOB by FOB Archery.
Recently, we did wrote a review breaking down the in’s and out’s of the FOB. Now we have released a video review showing our thoughts about the FOB. Take a look.
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In this review we look at the Fourth Arrow fixed blind shooting system.
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Have you started your food plot regiment yet? If not here’s how you can create a food plot on a minimum budget.
Have you started preparing for fall hunting season yet? Here’s how you can create a poor man’s food plot on a small budget.
Yes, it’s time already to begin your summer preparation for the fall whitetail season. Food plots, trail camera surveys and mineral sites are just a few items on the list that will lead to a higher success rate when hunting this fall.
It seems no matter how hard I try to stay ahead of the game there’s always something I should have done already to prepare for next season. Deer hunting can definitely be a year-round process even if you don’t work in the industry for a living.
In this webisode we’ll show you how we are preparing our ‘poor man’s’ plot by spraying the weeds and privet to create more room for our food plot to grow and to cut down on the invasive species.
If you haven’t already you can subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with what we’re doing during the off season as well as watch videos from turkey season.
We finished spraying the weeds and privet with a weed killer we bought from our local hardware store. You might also be wondering why I am wearing goggles. Especially when it’s windy, the spray can irritate your eyes, so be sure to be equipped with the proper safety precautions.
Additionally, ticks are bad this time of year. Make sure to spray down with bug spray to prevent ticks and tick bites as this could later hamper your hunting season.
Be sure to stay tuned as we check back in a couple of weeks to begin tilling and planting for the summer and/or fall.
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