A Dixie Lady Deer Hunter

Sunday, July 31, 2016

A Nice Blue Gill

Gary Fleet of Dalton, Georgia took his granddaughter fishing recently and she caught the nicest blue gill.  Looks like she is hooked for life in our great wonderful outdoors!  Way to go little one! 

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Big Sky Trout!

A guest of Kit's Tackle "Jigging" the Dream, Meg Brooker, was pretty darn excited to reel in this big trout! It was her first Walleye near Missoula, Montana.  

Congratulations to Meg on an awesome catch and fishing picture in our great wild and wonderful outdoors! Way to go!

Sharing her good luck with her husband Anders @ Runners Edge!

Friday, July 29, 2016

Man Saves Fawn

Published on Nov 3, 2015
An injured fawn was abandoned by its mother and sibling. A kind-hearted man took the baby deer into his home and saved its life.

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Swamp Buck

Throw Back Thursday Picture:  Mitch Lawrence of Columbus, MS, took down this swamp buck on December 24, 2015, north of Columbus at 9:30 a.m. with an AR 15 in 6.8 at about 80 yards.  The buck ran for 20 yards and weighed 228 lbs., with a 24-inch spread. 

Congratulations to Mitch on a fine buck in our great Mississippi outdoors!

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

B Man's Squirrels!

This little cutie is called, B man by his Dad, Richard Fought.  

Check out all the squirrels he got while hunting with his Pop in our great wild outdoors!  My congrats B man!  Job well done!

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

A Good Mess!


Jordan Buchanan of Clinton, Mississippi, caught him a good mess of frogs the other day.  He said they are a southern delicacy and taste better when you work to catch them.  I have eaten frog legs and it taste just like chicken.  My congrats to Jordan on successful hunt in our great wonderful and wild outdoors! 

Monday, July 25, 2016

Emma's 9th Birthday!

Today my second to the youngest granddaughter, Emma, turns 9 years old today.  My how time flies by!  Seems like yesterday that this cute picture of her was taken!  Emma lives in Virginia and I don't get to see her very often but we do talk on the phone and send cards/money which some of it goes towards her college fund according to her Mom. 

I'm wishing you a very Happy 9th Birthday and I love you so much Emma. Hope to be with you when you celebrate your big two-digit Birthday! Missing you!  Gran Gran

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Done Right Outdoors!

Phil Fallat of Paxinos, Pennsylvania took his young daughter fishing recently in our great outdoors and she got...

...a very nice fish and

...she had to kiss it! 

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Mike's Deer Cam Pix

My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini's deer cam takes pictures of some awesome bucks.  He named the one above "Rebel" and said he was born to be a Bad A$$!  Rebel is standing by an apple lick that he loves and hanging from a branch is Rax Sack Deer Mineral Drip!

"The Freak" named by Mike who said...he is bad to the bone!

Of course, walk in's are welcome!

The man himself, Mike!

Friday, July 22, 2016

Mr. Nuts In Hog Heaven!

The spotlight on Mr. Nuts!

My Facebook hog killing friend, Kareen Beinhauer, of Alpine, Texas, finally got the nasty old hog she named, Mr. Nuts.  Here is the story in her own words of how she finally got him last night! 

I am back in from sitting out. Before I got to the feeder in the Kawasaki, I looked to my right and there were some sows and young ones. I went on to the feeder and put one on top but they ran off up the hill which I decided was better because I did not want any other hogs to hear the gunshot. Javelin's were there and hungry and they finally looked up and ran off. I put my ear plugs in and took the safety off because the way they ran off I knew hogs were coming in. Sure enough, Mr. Nuts. He spooked a little but finally settled down to eat and I thought, screw a lung shot, I am taking a head shot as I had made sure my red dot was spot on. Dropped him in his tracks but I noticed his eyes were still blinking so I kept shooting him until I was absolutely sure he was dead!!! OMG!! What a hog!! I have been hunting him for at least two years and I can't believe he came in tonight!! Will post pictures next and for sure will take a picture of him hanging from the backhoe and hopefully get him weighed. RIP Mr. Nuts, you were a worthy opponent. Whoever says still hunting is boring is nuts, pardon the pun! LOL

Mr. Nuts weighed in at 250 lbs.

Way to go Kareen!  So freaking proud of you!  

My congrats to my hunting friend in our great wild outdoors!

Mr. Nuts tusks!

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Kids Frog Gigging

My 'new' Facebook friend, Josh Kinder, who owns the Big Piney Taxidermy, took his two children frog gigging recently.  Priceless! Josh and his wife live in Licking, Missouri and are raising their kids right in our great wild outdoors!  

My congrats to the little ones on their successful hunt for frogs! You can see how proud they are! 

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Loves To Fish!

Richard Fought's son "B Man" from De Valls Bluff, Arkansas loves to fish! What a precious photo of this little fisherman in our great wild and wonderful outdoors!  Parenting done right!

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Got Hogs!

Bryan Fedrick of Jackson, Mississippi got the job done taking out some nasty old hogs in the MS Delta recently.  Way to go Bryan and my congrats in our great wild outdoors!

Monday, July 18, 2016


My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini, who hails from the Motor City, loves to take pictures of deer in the great wild outdoors.  He took this photo recently of two bucks and he captioned it...My rack is bigger than your rack!  Appreciate Mike taking all the pictures of bucks, does, fawns, coyotes or whatever else catches his eyes that we don't see everyday. He also feeds them in the wild as well as feeding and supplying fresh water for them in his own backyard. What dedication to the wild!  Way to go Mike!  

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Got Frogs!

Scott Landrum and his sons went frog gigging this past Tuesday night and they are proudly showing them off with more on the table.

Scott is raising his sons right in our great Mississippi outdoors!

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Eating High On The Hog!

My Facebook friend, Terry Patterson, recently had a good friend to go and hunt down this hog that had been eating his corn on his property for two years but never in the day, only at night. 

He found out the next day that it weighed 500 pounds by weighing it on truck scales.  His friend did a head shot on him and dropped him in his tracks.  That will must definitely work since I have done the same killing a 180 lb. sow with a head shot and reloading and shot another smaller pig running away. 

I'm so glad that his good friend got this big old fat pig in our great wild outdoors.  It was eating high on the hog for sure!

Friday, July 15, 2016

Big Old Bobcat!

Donna Rice of Magee, MS, said that her husband killed this large bobcat recently because it was trying to get into her chicken pen. 

Her husband called the Game Warden to come and look at it because of it's size.

Not sure what the outcome was but it sure is a big old bobcat in our great wild outdoors. 

Thursday, July 14, 2016

America Paddle Wheeler Picture Published Today

VISITING:  Marian Phillips submitted this photo of the America touring downtown Vicksburg on Tuesday.  You are invited to submit your photos to share with The Vicksburg Post readers. Simply email high resolution images in JPEG format to photos@vicksburgpost.com

So nice to have your picture published in our hometown paper. Thanks to The Vicksburg Post!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

America Came To Town Today!

Children playing in the splash fountain at Catfish Row Children's Art Park!

You can barely see the America paddle wheeler in between the trees moored in the Yazoo Diversion Canal at Vicksburg, MS.

America came to town today bringing her passengers to tour our historic civil war town of Vicksburg, MS.  It is the eighth ship and the second brand-new vessel to be launched this year.  It is one of the finest Mississippi paddle wheeler ever built while introducing features never before seen on a Mississippi riverboat.  It also provides panoramic views of the passing scenery and holds only 185 guests so you can quickly make new friends.

Close-up picture of the America paddle wheeler.

This is as far north as she will cruise and will head southbound to New Orleans.  

Monday, July 11, 2016

Doe and Fawns

My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini took these beautiful pictures recently of a doe with her fawns in our great wild and beautiful outdoors.  

Thought you would love to see and enjoy. 

                                                Kissing her fawn.  How sweet it is!

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Catch Of The Day!

Looks like little Sanders is not to sure about his catch of the day by the look on his face.  What a cute Mississippian!

Not everyone has a Ninja fishing pole!  Check out his boots!  He is all decked out and hope he gets another big fish in our great wild and wonderful outdoors.  Proud of you Sanders!

Friday, July 08, 2016

Monster Velvet Buck Named, Bosa!

My Facebook friend, Mike Johnson, took this amazing footage of a buck that I wanted to share with you today.

"He knew I was there and I finally started talking to him to try and calm him down a bit," he said.

At one point he thought the deer was going to kick him out of the woods!  You can see by the video that Mike was getting the stare-down.  Thanks Mike for sharing your video in our great wild outdoors!

Published on Jul 6, 2016
Here's a look at the buck I nicknamed Bosa in 2015 and now in 2016!  It was awesome finding him again this year and seeing how much bigger he is! His right side shed that I found, back in February, was officially measured at 88 & 3/8" of antler! It was well after sunset so video light wasn't great and he was well aware I was there because of the focus light on one of my cameras and the click noise on another but he walked up to within 30 yards of me! There's bonus footage I shot with my other Sony camera, at the end. I was shooting double video for a bit! Got lots of great pictures to!

Thursday, July 07, 2016


In Cle Elum, Washington an affectionate elk paid some state firefighters a visit over the holiday weekend as they worked to tame a wildfire. 

The orphaned elk, dubbed Buttons by the locals, is a fixture in Kittitas County, where she took up residence with some cows and goats on a hillside.

Kittitas County Fire District spokeswoman Richelle Risdon says she arrived at the scene on Saturday to see the elk nuzzling up to everyone in the command post area and resting her head on people's shoulders.

Risdon snapped photos of the animal getting up close and personal with the crew and posted them on the fire district's Facebook page.

She says she hopes with all the attention the photos are getting online...

 ...hunters will know to steer clear of Buttons...

...in our great wild and wonderful outdoors!
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