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Tall Tales of Hunting stories
Attention!!!! Hunters, male, female, young and old, tell us your hunting stories. Let the world know how you harvested that whitetail deer (Trophy buck or large doe) or wild hog this hunting season. In 2009 and 2010 we received several entries and we did appreciate all the pictures and hunting stories. Wilderness Calls will be giving a free prize to each entree in 2011. This could not be called a bragging page if one of the categories was not graded on the size of the whitetail deer or wild hog. The second category will be graded on originality of the hunting stories. A grand prize will be given to the overall best combination of size and TALL tail. So put on your thinking caps and tell us how you bagged that big trophy buck, large whitetail doe or wild hog! This opportunity will be open through the end of March of 2012, so each hunter will have the opportunity to enter and tell their hunting stories. We will also be giving special prizes for anyone that used our Redneck Guru Doe-n-heat estrous to bag their trophy buck and shares their hunting stories. So go forth and hunt!
To get the bragging and tall tails started we have a couple of deer hunting stories from 2009 and 2010. We are looking forward to the new hunting stories of 2011. So let the bragging begin, so we can soon replace the stories from 2009 and 2010. Remember there is no harvest to big or small, or no story to TALL to be eligible for this page.
Deer hunting stories for the 2011 hunting season.
Let the bragging and Tall Tails began!
Ned McAfrry and his lovely daughter team up to harvest two large bucks and one huge hog, in Lake Village Arkansas. Note the hog did not eat out of the Double "D" gravity deer feeder.
I have been using a variety of doe estrous scents for years without much success. After just about giving up on them all together, I tried Redneck Guru's doe estrous.I was very pleased at the reactions I got from the deer.Over the past two years my success has drastically improved.The two biggest deer on my wall were killed following a scent trail I laid with the estrous scent.Redneck Guru's doe estrous really works!
Mr. Curls has raised the bar for the bragging page.On opening day Mr. Curls, with the help of his lovely wife harvested two 8 point bucks on their ranch in Avon Park, Florida.Most people would have considered this a great season, but Mr. Curls did not stop there, during the Thanksgiving holiday he went in search of that big buck, as if two bucks that averaged 190 pounds was not enough.He did not harvest the buck he sought but did harvest one of the elusive bucks' son's.This buck weighted in over 200 pounds.When asked what he contributed to his great success, Mr. Curls advised me that the four Big Buck Double "D" gravity deer feeders was the main cause of his success.Click here and read what Mr. Curls said about the Double "D" gravity deer feeders, that he is converting his entire ranch to in Avon Park, Florida.
Ok guru.Thanksgiving Day and The Redneck Guru Doe-N-Heat Estrous paid off again.You may remember I killed a big 7 Pt. last yr. using this product and this yr.. same time but on Thanksgiving morning. my wife and I went out the night before and sprayed the area I was hunting good and the next morning (Thanksgiving) I went in and took a drag line, about 8 am the wind changed direction on me and was coming from front to back. I hit a couple of pumps and it was 5 minutes and this big feller came trotting in from behind me.. He was a main frame 8 with 3 stickers making total points 11 and weighed in at 183 lbs.. this is my biggest racked deer to date and really enjoy using your products.on a side note I was using your True Dirt cover scent one morning and had a nice little 6 pt. walked in and stood 10 ft. from me at eye level and NEVER smelled me in swirling wind.Great Products!!!
Jamie Fields 11/26/11
The Wilderness Calls distributor (Annett) for the area east of Atlanta, Ga., harvested a 17 and one half inch Eight point.This big buck weighed 185 pounds and as Annett states, he was seen with a bigger buck.She was using the Redneck Guru's True Dirt and is glad she smelled like a dirt bag when this monster came into her range.
Annett said, "here's one big deer, still hunting the bigger one that was seen with this one.Hey guys sometimes it pays to smell like a Dirt Bag! LOL."
I know there is more than one big buck harvested this year, so guys and gals, send us your stories, even if you were not fortunate to use the Redneck Guru's True Dirt cover scent.
Victor ordered a bottle of the Wise Old Redneck Guru's certified doe-n-heat estrous in 2010 and was so pleased with the product he reordered from the Wise Old Redneck Guru just a week ago.When Victor called to Redneck Guru to advise him of his success he was bobbling with pride.He advised the Redneck Guru that he had put the Do-N-Heat estrous out on Saturday afternoon and Sunday he had two bucks fighting over it.He stated, "two bucks were fighting over the estrous and I picked out the biggest one and shot him".Kinda makes the Wise Old Redneck Guru proud also.
Stories of trophy bucks harvested in 2010
Russell Johnson from St. Cloud, Florida takes the Redneck Guru Doe-N-Heat Estrous to Indiana and brings back this big buck!!!!!!!
Every year I make a trip to Indiana for a bow hunting trip. On November 3rd, I had placed my climbing stand in a small section of woods which was bordered by a corn field. The bucks were starting to chase does, so I knew the Wilderness Calls Redneck Guru's Doe-N-Heat scent bomb would do the trick. This buck was shot less than five yards from the scent canister with his nose in the air. Thanks Wilderness Calls for creating a product I know works.
Russell Johnson Saint Cloud, FL
Jamie Fields of Fitzgerald, Ga. trophy 8 point whitetail buck
This is the 8 pt I killed on the 3rd day of rifle season in south Ga....it was about 8:40 am and I had just put a dip in....leaned over to spit and when I looked back up he raised his head and I saw him...he watched me for just a minute and went back to eatin so I raised my .270 and when I got the scope on him and took off the safety and he flinched and then started to run....I lead him just a little and took a 70 yards shot with him running....he was 220 lbs...13 3/4" inside....7" g2's 7" tip to tip 15 1/2'' main beams....this was the 2nd deer I have shot in my life.
Three best stories of trophy buck hunting from 2009
Dennis and Collin Elder, New Years' (2010) 8 point
Here is the trophy buck, I killed in Nathalie, Virginia on New Year's Eve 2009. (with help from my 10 year old son Collin) The dogs were running down by the Staughton Creek when we caught site of the deer. We saw he was a 8 point. He was positioned on top of a small hill just outside of the trees. After a few seconds he took off towards creek and the dogs picked up on his trail. They had him on the run. From our vantage point we saw a lot of action and heard it all. The buck jumped the creek and began his dash toward us. I yelled to my son "Deer! Shoot!" We both shot the deer. It was a hit in the buttock. But the trophy buck, stayed on the move. I yelled again, "shoot". This time the trophy buck dropped. Collin and I shared that father and son high five! He was so excited. Of course this would be his first buck so we share the credit for the success that day.
We hiked down to the hill to admire our trophy buck. After a few minutes we realized the true work would begin... We had to haul him approximately a half mile through the snow to get him home!!
Dennis and Collin Elder Clermont, Florida
Little Samuel's Trophy Buck (10 point) at Wilderness Calls (staff member not eligible for prizes)
Well, I found myself in Georgia the day after Christmas (2009) for my last hunt at Wilderness Calls for the year. I was filled with excitement when I checked my Cuddy Back trail camera. I had a nice 8pt, some small bucks and old "Spread Nasty" on camera. If you don't know about "Spread Nasty" he is a 10 pt buck with an 18 inch spread with 8 inch g 2's that make a "nasty" rack. I couldn't wait to get into the woods the next morning, to hunt the trophy buck. When my Dad showed up that night I showed him what we had on camera and I could see a twinkle in his eye. As we woke up the next morning we had to chip the ice off of the 4 - wheelers before we could go deer hunting. It was a nice cool morning but nothing was going on; the moon was half full and had the deer moving late in the afternoon we figured. We came back to camp and figured out our next move. I decided to get close to their bedding area.
As I walked in that afternoon, I sprayed some "Red Neck Guru Doe-N-Heat estrous". The wind was blowing straight to the bedding area so I figured it might get one worked up. As I sat there I could hear a bunch of squirrels playing in the leaves but no deer. As the sun sank down below the trees my feet were about to freeze off. About 6:00pm I could hear something coming down the ridge. My heart was about to beat out of my chest when I saw the rack coming through the trees. It looked like a trophy buck, on steroids! I had to keep telling myself to breath. As he came in to range, I put the scope on him and he turned and looked right at me. I couldn't believe my eyes! It was "Spread Nasty"! It was getting dark fast so I had to act quick. I decided to shoot him in the throat. When I pulled the trigger he wheeled off and ran to my left, back up the ridge. My heart bout quit beating. As I climbed down, I could hear my dad coming , he heard the shot. As he walked in he asked me what I shot. I could barely speak! I said, " It's Spread Nasty but he ran off up the ridge". I walked down to where I thought I had shot him but we couldn't find any blood. I was getting sick until my dad said he found some blood. We followed the trail until it looked like someone had spread ketchup every where for about 50yrds ... and there he was. We looked like two kids at the candy store! It was a great day!
Thanks to the "Redneck Guru Doe-N-Heat estrous", one legend ends but another one will begin!