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Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-10-18 05:36:03 Reply

Hello,

This is a club for Anyone who enjoys the Outdoors, It may say Hunting and fishing but this also includes; Kayaking, Hiking, Camping, Canoeing, Trapping, and any out of doors activity.

The rules
-Post your stories and pictures
-help if others have problems
-NO ILLEGAL PRACTICES (If you are using illegal hunting or fishing practices do not post)
-state what you are best at

I love fishing, it's my forte. I am rather new to hunting and kayaking. I have been reading on survival techniques and am pretty decent at certain practices.

So Ng what do you do when you step away from the computer and enjoy the great outdoors?

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-10-18 20:02:33 Reply

Hi Bloodspade! Love this idea. I'm an avid hunter and fisherman, but I've got a fairly unique story first.

It's unconventional, but I recently got in to alligator hunting. From Florida over to Texas and up to North Carolina, there are people that will brave the swamp to pull out a big ol' gator. Last year, my dad and I figured we'd give it a shot.

I don't know if you've seen a show called "Swamp People," where they hunt alligators, but if you have, forget what you've seen. Where I'm from, you don't use guns; you have to drag that alligator out using a fishing rod, some large hooks, harpoons, and a power head (a bangstick to some). It goes without saying that you better be packing a knife.

After night blankets the swamp in an eerie black, it's time to hunt; you take a spotlight and shine the water, looking for alligator eyes. They reflect a vicious red, and that's when you judge the size of the gator. Our team likes to go for 8 feet (2.5 meters) or above. Then, you take your fishing rod and cast over them with snatch hooks. You set the hook under the gator, and it takes off, just ripping line off the spool.

You fight the gator for a while; sometimes they sink to the bottom to just chill. We had an 11 footer one time sit on the bottom for two hours without breathing. They'll eventually come up for breath, and then you get to pull more line in.

Once you get them close, you can harpoon them. The harpoon is a long piece of wood, between 5 and 9 feet with a driver on the end. The driver holds onto the dart, which is a sharp point with two barbs coming off of the side. The dart goes in, and the barb prevents it from coming out. Because the dart is attached to a rope, you can now wrangle the alligator.

If you don't harpoon the gator, you can toss a grappling hook over the alligator and set it like you would a snatch hook. The only difference is that the grappling hook is bigger than your hand and it (like the harpoon dart) is attached to the rope. On occasion, my team has utilized the harpoon and snatch hook just to bring in one alligator.

Once you've got the alligator close, you're in the endgame. Once the alligator stops thrashing and rolling for a second, you position the bangstick over the base of the gator's skull and slam it, which discharges a pistol, rifle, or shotgun round. This either stuns or kills the alligator; to finish the job humanely, you sever the spine and stick a rod in the alligator's brain. I always apologize out loud during this step.

Why do this crazy stuff? Other than the thrill, the alligator is a beautiful and versatile animal. Nearly all of the meat on the animal is delicious, and the skin makes top notch leather. I've got a belt, wallet, and bracelet from just the first alligator of last season. Really, really nice stuff.

If you took the time to read all this, thanks!

TL;DR: I went alligator hunting. It was pretty hardcore.

Here's a video of the end of the hunt! You can see me harpoon an alligator!
Legal business: Yes, all of our alligators are taken legally. You're entitled to two per Trapper's License. We only take what we're permitted to take and never engage in illegal activities like catch-and-release or the taking of undersized alligators. We tag our harvest immediately, as state law requires.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-10-19 20:47:50 Reply

That's really cool, I've never gone gator hunting but I really love fishing and kayaking though.

If I can I will get my pictures of my king salmon and I'm getting out coyote popping later this year.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-06 16:06:42 Reply

Going buck hunting thanksgiving week.

Suck it 5% of my state that is officially against hunting and 90% officially neutral.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-06 23:01:12 Reply

At 11/6/10 04:06 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: Suck it 5% of my state that is officially against hunting and 90% officially neutral.

I'd think that NC (don't worry, I'm not stalking you, just checked your profile) is more pro-hunting. You sure it's not just your area that's neutral?


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-06 23:55:34 Reply

At 11/6/10 11:01 PM, Rabid-Animals wrote:
At 11/6/10 04:06 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: Suck it 5% of my state that is officially against hunting and 90% officially neutral.
I'd think that NC (don't worry, I'm not stalking you, just checked your profile) is more pro-hunting. You sure it's not just your area that's neutral?

It's the whole state. 5% is pro hunting, 5% is anti hunting, and 90% neutral.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-15 20:16:50 Reply

At 11/6/10 04:06 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: Going buck hunting thanksgiving week.

Doing this myself on turkey break, Except I gotta fill out my doe tag too.

I'm gonna sound pretty redneck here but this is my thanksgiving plan:
-Turkey
-Beer
-Hunting

All on seperate days of course.... well maybe not the beer and turkey.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-24 20:53:36 Reply

Went and got my score card. Gave the guys at Kmart a workout. They didn't know what to do when I told them I needed a youth score card. I guess not many people go into Kmart for licenses, I had to explain to the guy at the desk what a score card is.

Anyways, I'm leaving tomorrow. They guy I'm going with says he has three rifles to choose from; we're going to the range at the hunting club so I can practice with which ever one I choose.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-24 21:38:36 Reply

'Sup guys! I'm not an avid hunter, although I do hunt with my cousins a few times a year, but I eat, sleep, and breathe angling. Mahi Mahi's are my favorite ocean fish to catch, and Walleyes are my favorite inland fish. Oh, and it can be said that I'm a pro, at least for part of the year. (Best job ever.) My mom's brother runs a seafood restaurant about 40 miles north of Myrtle beach, called Beck's of Calabash. I spend my summers there half of the year, playing PS3 with my uncle on weekends, and getting the catch of the day, then waiting tables on weekdays. Three months and five or so blue marlins later, I return home reluctantly. I trolled mondays, wednesdays and fridays, and bottom fished tuesdays and thursdays. If you want to know any more, feel free to ask. Here's me last year helping my uncle with a charter. Yes, I'm a short little fuck, but that doesn't matter too much judging on the size of the cow I'm holding.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-27 17:23:24 Reply

At 11/24/10 09:38 PM, newgroundskeeperjim wrote:

Dude you look 14 but regardless, nice catch. Mahi Mahi are weird to fish for. Gotta look for sea turtles and floating garbage.

Went out hunting twice this weekend, saw 2 does that got spooked when I brought up the gun and one doe that stayed just out of range behind everything.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-27 21:28:02 Reply

Fuck tent blinds.

Three days, and only see one deer. I get out of my blind once to stretch my back, and of course those 10 seconds out of the three hours I was in there was when a deer walks into the clearing I was watching.

I was taking a standing shot at a hundred yards with a 308. I had only shot this rifle 5 times before, so I was unfamiliar with it. Of course I miss. After the first shot the doe walked like three steps, turned around, and looked at my ass. Took a second shot, also missed. Then the fucker ran off.

I wish I had a smaller caliber rifle, then I could have taken out a few rabbits I saw. A few annoying ass turkeys kept fucking shit up around my blind. I think they were either fucking, or fighting. Either way they were making a hell of a lot of noise.

So yeah, fuck tent blinds. If I hadn't of had to hunch over for three hours I would have stayed in the blind, and been able to use the rifle stand.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-27 22:20:35 Reply

So bow season's officially on in my state. I'm going for a license tomorrow. I've always enjoyed hunting with my compound bow. The biggest thing I've killed? A 500-something buck, shot him through the belly. I tend to gravitate toward smaller animals with bows, just because it presents a bigger challenge. I've hit quite a few squirrels and a few types of birds (mostly quail, but I've shot geese and pheasant before, not to forget my first kill when I was 7, a turkey), but my favorite game for bow hunting is rabbits. I also agree with the guy above me that turkeys can be annoying as shit. They have ruined one or two days for me before with all the noise they make.
Moving on, I think I'll start the club's first group discussin by asking this: What is your dream game to hunt/fish? What I'd like to hunt the most would probably be bighorn. I've heard they can be a pretty nice challenge. I've already caught my dream fish a few times, but I've never gotten a bull before. I'm talking about a Blue Marlin. Even the small ones are a huge joy to catch. Second place to that would be a tie between swordfish and sailfish. I caught both of those the first time last summer at the shop. Funny story with the sail. I was bottomfishing for something small like a snapper, so I really wasn't expecting anything over 15 or so pounds. I had my pliers and towel in my seat. When the sailfish got hooked, I damn near got yanked out of the boat. I was lucky I he hadn't run with it yet, or I might've lost a good rod, plus break my boat's thingy majigger (Can't think of the name... It's the horizontal bar near the cockpit that you snake your lines through to add leverage. That.) Somehow, I got to the chair and with the help of the rest of the guys on the boat, reeled that fucker in. Ah, I'm rambling now. One of the guys I was fishing with happened to snap a picture of him a few feet off our boat. I'll try to get a picture of whatever I kill with a bow. Until then, I'll be looking forward to see what you guys put as an answer to my question.
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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 02:45:02 Reply

Sounds like you need either a bigger blind or a smaller chair. I don't buy blinds and really haven't had a need for one, Just sit my happy ass on a stump on a hill and wait for a girl to step in the 60 yards I'm comfortable with.

Also 500 point buck keeper? You using that confangled system? how many tines was it, thats how you count points. None of that higher math bullshit

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 12:00:44 Reply

At 11/28/10 02:45 AM, Mason wrote: Also 500 point buck keeper? You using that confangled system? how many tines was it, thats how you count points. None of that higher math bullshit

Sorry for the confusion. I just looked off my scorecard for that one. I shot it once, through the gut, a whitetail with a 37-inch girth. That was a goiod day.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 16:09:20 Reply

At 11/28/10 02:45 AM, Mason wrote: Sounds like you need either a bigger blind or a smaller chair. I don't buy blinds and really haven't had a need for one, Just sit my happy ass on a stump on a hill and wait for a girl to step in the 60 yards I'm comfortable with.

The inside of the blind was pretty low. I had to lean over the whole time to look out.

It wasn't my blind. I was a guest at my friends hunting club, and was using their blind. They had about 30 set up in various locations on their property. Before you go out you have to mark a stand on their map, so no one goes out there when there is someone in it. I didn't know any of the stands so I just picked a random one. Number 20.

After I got back and told everyone what happened, they told me that 20 was cursed. They said that was 6 missed out of 20 this season.

They also told me that some kid got a 7-pointer at the stand I was at the night before. He was in the stand for 30 minutes.

We got back from the stands and looked at the sign in/out sheet. He signed the hell out at 4:00.


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 18:55:45 Reply

Shitty luck incendiary.

In other news I went out today at around 2:30-3:00 and sat for awhile. At about 4:30 three start walking up a p heavily used trail... that comes within inches of my feet.

The first one walks up the trail to the left and gets about 8 paces from me. It stops and stares directly at me. I didn't move or blink for a good thirty seconds. It broadsides for a second then turns around and starts back down the trail.

At this point I'm like "Shit they are all going to go back and I won't get a shot."

Then it turns and left and walks up the hill to the direct left of me. Again it stops and looks at me, another stare down. It turns around and heads back downhill again but it's head goes behind a tree, this gives me a chance to bring the gun up. I follow it with the bead for a few seconds, find the spot and fire.

One shot and it goes down, rolls down the hill and stops.

I paused for a second to see if it would get up again and bolt but it doesn't so I eject my shell, pick it up, pocket it, turned on my safety, and walk down hill.

It's down and not moving but it's still breathing and blinking, send my dad a text to hurry over with a knife so we can kill it and field dress it. It dies before he gets to me but in that time I check the animal.

Button buck.

I cleaned him, tagged him, and brought him to the SUV. He's now hanging in my garage draining so we can skin him tomorrow.

If anyone wants to know the shot got him right above the shoulder and cut his heart clean off it's aortas.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 19:09:26 Reply

What kind of shot gun where you using?


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 19:24:42 Reply

At 11/28/10 07:09 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: What kind of shot gun where you using?

Remington 870 express with 3inch slugs

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 19:42:45 Reply

At 11/28/10 07:24 PM, Mason wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:09 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: What kind of shot gun where you using?
Remington 870 express with 3inch slugs

I thought on the ground you had to use buckshot?


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 21:10:41 Reply

At 11/28/10 07:42 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:24 PM, Mason wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:09 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: What kind of shot gun where you using?
Remington 870 express with 3inch slugs
I thought on the ground you had to use buckshot?

Buckshots illegal in my state, everywhere has different rules man.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-28 21:30:56 Reply

At 11/28/10 09:10 PM, Mason wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:42 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:24 PM, Mason wrote:
At 11/28/10 07:09 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: What kind of shot gun where you using?
Remington 870 express with 3inch slugs
I thought on the ground you had to use buckshot?
Buckshots illegal in my state, everywhere has different rules man.

Buckshot is illegal? In my state you can only use buckshot to hunt deer on the ground. No rifles, no slugs. That is weird.

Me and my friend were hunting on the way to our stands and we heard some dogs running one towards us. He said "If we get it, you tell everyone we were in the stand."


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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-11-29 01:37:11 Reply

At 11/28/10 09:30 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote:
Buckshot is illegal? In my state you can only use buckshot to hunt deer on the ground. No rifles, no slugs. That is weird.

Me and my friend were hunting on the way to our stands and we heard some dogs running one towards us. He said "If we get it, you tell everyone we were in the stand."

Dogs are also Illegal to hunt with for deer in my area, but a push is fine. Also buckshot is illegal in NY because it is too inaccurate, We try and be humane hunters.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-04 00:25:10 Reply

I haven't gone game hunting yet - only things like fowl and rabbits, which are not considered game animals - though I do fish quite a bit. There's a lot of creeks in my area. Many of them do bear fish, and all of them lead to a large river system.

Usually, when I'm out for a hike, I'll make sure I cross my path with the creek so I have the chance to pick up a couple of brook trout, then try for a bird or a hare (which are plentiful when the coyotes aren't in the area) with my slingshot, then stop to cook them on a fire somewhere along the way, usually when I reach certain clearings or small mountain peaks.

I don't get the chance to get out as much as I would like, but I have a lot of equipment for when I do.

anywho

For the sake of conversation, why don't we post some knives, hm?

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-04 03:26:04 Reply

At 12/4/10 12:25 AM, Cordyceps wrote:
For the sake of conversation, why don't we post some knives, hm?

I actually have to thank you for this post. Because of it I stumbled across a website that hosts information about my uncle Francis Better's sports shop. Couldn't find the knife but found a found memory.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-09 23:00:51 Reply

Well, erm...

Not much to say to that, hm?

Anyway. I recently got a survival-style knife with a slingshot in the sheath. It's nice, because now I can just strap on a knife rather than carry a slingshot as well when I go on shorter hikes.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-10 04:55:40 Reply

At 12/4/10 12:25 AM, Cordyceps wrote:

For the sake of conversation, why don't we post some knives, hm?

okay

should of posted in this group earlier, i enjoy the outdoors, whether its just fishing, camping, walking or sometimes shooting with my bro in law

dont collect knives or anything just bought this bowie knife for chopping up fish for nets

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-11 04:08:34 Reply

Hi, I just saw this club and well... I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Joe, and I fish... Or sometimes i don't fish at all. Like last week when this picture was taken, it was shot on a not so lucky fishing trip, this was the biggest fish we caught, a rainbow trout just over 2 pounds. We were using spinning reels and salmon eggs as bait but we just didn't got lucky.

So, I guess this was my introduction...

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-11 05:51:05 Reply

At 12/11/10 04:08 AM, stingertorra wrote:

Holy balls if thats an off day I want to fish with you guys!

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-11 12:18:53 Reply

At 12/11/10 05:51 AM, Mason wrote:
At 12/11/10 04:08 AM, stingertorra wrote:
Holy balls if thats an off day I want to fish with you guy

Of course this was a "good" bad day, last may I went camping and "fishing" for 3 days with my brother and my cousin, and hoping we would catch enough fish to eat, only took food for day one's breakfast plus some milk, cookies and a bottle of "Jackie D".

The first day we didn't got a bite, we were using dough bait and worms, of course this was in may so trout is a lot harder to catch since the water is warm and the fish are near the bottom were the water is colder. On day 2 from 7 am to 10 am the fish started biting... but with biting I mean the were eating or bait but not biting the hooks, it was a really frustrating situation. Then at 3 or 4 in the afternoon we were really hungry, angry and running out of bait, so I started walking around (we were fishing from shore) and I found a grub worm near to a rock, I picked it up and I hooked it thinking "maybe with this big worm I can get a big fish". I casted whithout noticing the line was loose on my reel and it tangled, I put my rod on the ground and I started retrieving it with my hands and when it was 10ft or so away from shore, a fish bit. So I started fighting it pulling the line with my hands, I didn't know what to do on this kind of scenario so fearing the line would break because of the tension I pulled the fish out of the water as quick as I could and I called my brother to help me with the fish who was jumping around so my brother came, he took out his knife and nailed the fish to the floor so it would stop jumping... It weighted around 2 lbs. And that was all we ate on day two.

We decided not to stay on day three.

And that was one of the worst trips I've had but the way we got our one fish made it worth telling.

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Response to Hunting& Fishing Club 2010-12-11 12:53:06 Reply

At 12/11/10 12:18 PM, stingertorra wrote:
At 12/11/10 05:51 AM, Mason wrote:
At 12/11/10 04:08 AM, stingertorra wrote:

Lol, I'd have laughed about the whole situation.