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Hey y'all,I just want to thank everybody for coming out to our first Brotherhood Bash. It was awesome, heck we even had a marriage proposal. I am truly honored, I had a great time and I hope all y'all did too. It really gave us a chance to meet everybody. We have some great pictures up on the site so y'all take a look. Hopefully we'll see ya at the next Bash! Brotherhood Bash Pictures
Thompson/Center Arms Company Inc., a Smith & Wesson company, announced that it has begun shipping the new Triumph
Travis T-Bone Turner, the popular co-host of Michael Waddell's Bone Collector TV Show and Realtree Pro-staff hunter, announced today that he has joined the BowCast team and will host the Food For Thought With Travis T-Bone Turner segment of each BowCast show.
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We all headed down to Vatoville, courtesy of Jim Scheifelbien on a sweet private jet. There we were met by our guide Billy Bob “Bunk” Gallbreath and we headed to the ranch. We hugged Vato, got our gear in order, headed out to the stands and within a few hours had the first four of 15 down on the ground. Over the next few days our crew would have a blast singing karaoke, chilling around the campfire and doing some serious deer management. Total count at the end of three days – was 38!
My last morning I was lucky enough to kill a 125 inch 8 point, this was a great way to end the management extravaganza and a relaxing end to the 08 hunting season.
Thank you to Vato, Michele, Bunk and Jim for a great trip!
The first week in December the crew was at Hadley Creek Outfitters in Illinois for muzzleloader hunt. We got our stuff settled and relaxed around Stacy Ward’s amazing trophy room. The next morning we headed to our stands, I would be hunting on a bean field where I had seen a big buck a couple of times while bow hunting. Just after daylight I saw the buck but he was out of range, he fed for over an hour and then left the field. That evening we went back to the same location and deer started filtering into the field around 300pm. I glassed in the timber and spotted a good buck bedded, all I could see was the deer’s horns and he looked to be a 140’s class 9 point.
He disappeared and a few does began to come out into the field near where he had been bedded. Then I saw another buck, this one was a little bigger, long G 2’s and 3’s and good mass, but a little narrow. I decided to take a shot, had a good solid rest and missed him by an inch. I was crying around, feeling sorry for myself when the buck that I had seen bedded popped out right beside my blind. My cameraman Tyler Viars “Squeedunk” got on him and told me to take the shot. I did, he’s dead and he’s a beauty.
Thanks to Stacy Ward and the gang at Hadley Creek Outfitters for an amazing experience and tune into the show to see the full story!!!!!!!