The Wildlife Federation Great outdoors hunting show in Perry Georgia is February 13-15, 2009 at Georgia National Fairgrounds, in Perry Georgia. I am looking forward to this weekend and attending the Great Outdoors Show. I just love going to deer hunting and fishing shows even though I always spend to much money. This show is for you if you love the great outdoors.
The Great Outdoor Hunting Show in Perry Georgia.
They have a great line up of featured attractions. Here is a list of them.
Hunting Show Attractions
Grand America Turkey Calling Contest
Bass Tub – huge aquarium stocked with native live fish
Daisy BB Range- kids 12 and under shoot free
GWF Call Makers Contest
Hunters Safety Training – 2 day course offered 6-8pm on Friday, Feb.13, and 10am-6pm on Saturday, Feb. 14.
FFA Archery Alley- Certified instructors teach kids 12 and under proper archery techniques.
Fish Tanks from GA DNR/WRD
Mr-Moonwalk- Various moon walk and rock wall type events
Future Anglers Event- Kids 12 and under fish free in freshly stocked lake.
So if you get the chance bring the whole family out this weekend to the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry Georgia it should be a blast. I plan on being there and hope to see you there. Turkey season and fishing for those spawning springtime bass and crappie is just right around the corner and there will be some great deals on hunting and fishing equipment. So we hope to see you there.
Have you ever harvested a whitetail deer bowhunting?
Harvesting a deer bowhunting can be very challenging.
Taking a deer bowhunting can be a very exciting challenge. I made myself a personal goal of harvesting a Pope & Young buck before last deer season. I was able to take a very nice whitetail bow hunting in Illinois but I still have to get him officially scored to see if he will make the book. I’m thinking he will fall just short, but we will see. I have taken quite a few deer bow hunting but since I took that big boy I have got the fever bad. We are planning on filming some great hunts next season and we are pumped. Having to get the big bucks so close before being able to shoot with a bow really gets your adrenalin going. Last year after I harvested that trophy buck deer hunting in Illinois I didn’t go back in the woods without my bow.
Filming whitetail bow hunts can make for some exciting footage.
I think now I will pretty much hunt most of the time with a bow or be behind the camera. I will still hunt with a rifle just not as much. One thing that I have never done that I plan on trying next season is hunting with a muzzle loader. I am currently in the process of shopping around for a deal on a good muzzle loader.
Yesterday I got my PSE Stinger out and shot a few times. I have to get me some new arrows for next year and a new arrow rest. The rest that I have is making a popping noise when I pull it back sometimes. It usually only does it after I have shot it a few times but I can’t have unwanted noises when pulling my bow back. My luck it would do it when I was pulling back on a monster buck of a lifetime. I am already fired up about next season and want to go to the woods right now.
November 1st rolled around and some friends and I headed out deer hunting to the heart of monster buck country to do some bow hunting in Illinois.
Bow hunting in Illinois can make a deer hunting dreams come true.
If you have never been bow hunting in Illinois, I highly recommend it. We arrived on the first of November and were greeted by unseasonably warm temperatures. We hunted very hard for the whole week and saw a lot of whitetails and several smaller bucks chasing does, but the big bucks were laying low. We ended up extending the trip for a couple of days because we knew there was a cold front moving in. On the last morning of our trip I was able to rattle in a very nice 125″ class 10 pointer and was able to put the smack down on him at thirty yards and right then and there I fell in love with bow hunting in Illinois.
So that made my season a great one. While we were in Illinois we got reports from Georgia that the big boys were chasing like crazy and in full rut. By the time we got back home the rut was almost over. So if we hadn’t gone to the mid-west who knows maybe I would have been able to get a shot at the trophy whitetail that we had on trail camera, but then again you never know.
Let me know how you did this year. Did you get that trophy whitetail? I hope you all had a great year. I had one that I won’t soon forget.
Take the poll and let me know how you did.
Poor, didn’t see many deer
Okay, saw a few deer and some small bucks
Good, shot a doe and some smaller bucks
Great, shot a nice buck
Excellent, shot a Pope and Young or a Boone and Crockett
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