A Dixie Lady Deer Hunter

Friday, December 13, 2019

Triple Deer Down

Frankie Farmer and his two sons of Kosciusko, Mississippi had a great hunting adventure.  The Monday before Thanksgiving is a day Farmer said he would never forget with the family getting three deer.  It was his son on the right who got his very first buck.  He is so proud of his boys and what a great hunt to remember for the rest of their lives.  My congratulations to all the proud hunters in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors.  

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Three Hogs Down

Jess Hardy killed three hogs while deer hunting this past Sunday.  Jess lives in Neshoba County, MS and a good pig is a dead pig.  We need to shoot them all in the wild woods.  Way to go Jess!

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Great Grandson Ian On 4-Wheeler


I took this picture of my Great Grandson, Ian, on top of a 4-wheeler in the bed of his Dad's truck day before yesterday.  He is trying to shoot his first deer this season and hopefully, he will.  I can't wait to post a picture of him with it.  Ian turned 12 years old last month.  I'm so lucky to have three more Great Grandsons.  Tidus is also 12-year old in Montana and Noah 1-year-old and William David 2-years-old in Magee, MS.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Little Aubrey's Very First Deer!


John Lauderdale of Batesville, Mississippi, daughter Aubrey (6-1/2 years old), killed her very first deer. He didn't get the beginning video of her because he had to stand behind her so she wouldn’t fall out of the chair, but she did the rest. He said words cannot describe how proud he was of Aubrey. She told her Dad she loves deer hunting now. He can’t wait until their next hunt.  Aubrey used a 6.5 Creedmoor rifle.   I'm so proud of little Aubrey starting her hunting career so young that will last a lifetime in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!  #allbyherself

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Little Aubrey in deer stand hunting with Dad.


Dad finally convinced her to put the blood on! We have a lifetime hunter in the making.


Congratulations little Aubrey!

Monday, December 09, 2019

Emily's Nice Buck!


Scott McBride of Charleston, Mississippi is so proud of his wife, Emily, killing this very nice buck recently.  What a really great looking buck in our great wild Mississippi outdoors.  My Congratulations, Emily!  That is a wall hanger for sure!

Friday, December 06, 2019

A Woman Killed By A Feral Hog in Texas

Feral hogs have attacked and killed a woman in Chambers County, TX.
The death of Christine Rollins, 59, of Anahuac, TX has officially been ruled caused by feral hogs.
Rollins was killed outside of a home on Highway 61 near Anahuac where she was a caretaker for an elderly couple.
The most important thing here is that someone lost their life. Family and friends will grieve the unthinkable loss of their loved one to something so horrible a few could imagine.
As feral hog populations soar in Texas and spread into new territory all around the nation, more attacks will happen.
Some basic information you need to know about hogs. 
*Hogs are dangerous. They can attack and kill. Never approach them.
*Never approach even cute piglets. Baby feral hogs are adorable but their mothers (sows) will go to any length to protect them. The sow may be out of the line of sight if you see tiny pigs but she is nearby and will respond.
*Do not feed hogs. Unless hogs are being baited in a wild location in preparation for hunting them, do not feed them. Never feed around houses or in parks. In areas like urban centers where hogs are never hunted, they can seem tame. Do not make them accustomed to seeing people as a food source. Additionally, do not throw scraps outside. That can also attract hogs.
*Be especially mindful of large, solitary boars. If you see such an animal on a hiking trail, for example, give it wide berth and report to officials. That animal certainly needs to be targeted for removal and elimination.
*Shoot big boars. Many hunters don’t like killing big boars due to smell and taste of meat but statistics show most fatal attacks (nearly 90 percent) are large lone boars. Kill these hogs with no hesitation.
*Shoot sows first. If you have a group of hogs coming in with the typical size structure of hogs 150 pounds and below, shoot sows, then boars. The more sows we take out the fewer hogs areas will produce.
*Trap. Trap. Trap. If you have a deer lease, pool resources with other lease members and get hog traps going. Mature hogs will become trap shy but you will catch younger hogs along with others. Keep the pressure on year-round. No mercy.
*Turn in hog traffickers. If you know of people releasing feral hogs into open range for hunting purposes turn them in. It’s illegal. Very few people do this any more but this is the key reason hog numbers have spread so far. A handful of hunters have released them into different areas
I have seen feral hogs while hunting at the famous Christmas Place Plantation & Hunting Club on the edge of the MS Delta while deer hunting. I shot two hogs 3 years ago, a sow weighing 180 lbs. and a smaller one running.  It was about 12 out in an opened field.  Another time while hunting, I decided to walk to the road and wait to be picked up by a hunter and was so close I could hear them in a bush.  After that happened, I just stay in my stand and wait for hunters to come and pick me up.  It was a frightening experience and lucky I wasn't attacked. 

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Annie's Bobcat!


Annie Sherrard of Forest County, MS, saved a few rabbits, squirrels and turkeys this morning.  Way to go, Annie!  My congratulations on a very nice bobcat in our great wild Mississippi outdoors!

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

A Little Hunter's First Deer!


Donald Robertson above said this was his cousin's little boy last year.  He put him on his first deer and he got a 5-point with a 20 gauge at about 20 to 25 yards using buckshot.

Thanks to Donald for taking the time to take a young child to have the experience of deer hunting.  My congratulations to this "little hunter" in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!  Way to go!

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

A Five by Five


Brandon and Ashley are so proud of their son killing this nice buck here in Mississippi.  They hail from Pierre Port, Louisiana.  Brandon has a business called, Alleman's Crawfish.  My congratulations to him and may he have many more seasons as a hunter in our great wild outdoors!

Monday, December 02, 2019

8-Year-Old Buck Taken!


Valerie Hardy's husband, Tony, killed this 8-year-old buck in Sandtown, Yazoo County recently and said it was a good day! What a nice deer Tony!  My congratulations to you on a very fine buck in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!

Friday, November 29, 2019

Lily's 7-Point Buck!


James Monroe is so proud of his daughter, Lily (11-years old) killing her a very nice 7-point buck in Alcorn County.  My congratulations to Lily who is off to a great start for our Mississippi hunting season.  Way to go, Lily!

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

It's Never Too Late Or Too Old @ Age 104

Florence Teeters isn’t letting her age stop her from experiencing one of the state’s most popular fall traditions.
According to a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources database, preliminary data shows Teeters is the oldest person to date to purchase a gun deer license and harvest a deer.
She bagged a small buck during the gun hunting season.
Teeters is something of an adventurer.
She also recently went ziplining.
It was reported by NBC25 that Teeters shot the deer while hunting with her son in Price County, about 270 northwest of Milwaukee.
"I took mom out to the blind this year.  I had a nice chair for her and it was nice and warm.  A little after 4 p.m., a buck shows up about 30 yeards away.  I tapped her on the knee and I pointed.  She nodded and smiled and was really quiet.  Then she took the shot," her son Bill Teeters said.
Her son told the Madison TV station she wanted to go hunting because she likes being outdoors.
That is awesome to kill a deer at the age of 104!  I just want to make it to my 80's and hope I have good health to keep hunting as long as I can in our great outdoors!  My congratulations to Florence and it goes to show you that it is never too late or too old to get out there and deer hunt. 

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Becky Has Gone Hog Wild


My Facebook friend, Becky McBay Hemphill got her a hog recently after seeing eleven deer and five hogs including the one she put down.  Becky hails from Florence, Mississippi and I'm so proud of her.  Congratulations Becky in our great wild Mississippi outdoors!  Way to go!

Monday, November 25, 2019

Happy 30th Birthday, Stephen Kelly!

My oldest Grandson Stephen Kelly is celebrating his 30th Birthday today!  Celebrating him is easy because he is a gift from God and that's the way it's always been.  I'm asking God to bless your day, your year, and your life with good things!  I love you very much!  Gran-Gran  xoxo

Back Online With New Laptop!


It has been a while since I have posted on all my blogs but this past week I got an "early" Christmas present from my Granddaughter Victoria and I'm so happy to be back online again.  Going to enjoy my new laptop and hopefully bring you some interesting stories to tell you all about at Marian's Hunting Stories, etc., etc., etc.

Monday, November 04, 2019

Broadway & Doe













My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini took some pictures recently of a buck he named "Broadway" with a doe on lock-down.  Enjoy the pictures!

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Before & After Netting On Buck

This buck was walking around with netting on his rack for awhile and my Facebook friend, Mike Persichini was able to get help in getting it off.  The first picture is September 24th and the second is October 3rd.  A lot of hard work went into saving this beautiful animal.  Many thanks to Larry Piotrowki for all his help, Mike said. 

Before

After - Ta Da!

Just waking up.

Waiting for him to wake up after being tranquilized to get the netting off his his rack. He went down in 5 minutes after going 30 yards.  It takes one to four hours to wake up but he woke up within two hours.  

Many thanks to Larry and Mike!  Awesomeness!

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Louisiana Hunter Dies In Accident @ Deer Stand

A Calcasieu Parish man died in a hunting accident last Sunday in Sabine Parish.
Louisiana hunter dies in accident at his deer standThe Sabine Parish coroner’s office has identified him as 53-year-old Paul W. Landry.
It appears that the Iowa resident stumbled on a large tree stump, causing him to tumble forward and strike his face or head on the lowest rung of his 14-foot metal ladder deer stand, Sabine Coroner Ron Rivers said.
The accident happened several hundred yards down a a high line that crosses Rattan Road off Louisiana Highway 473 in southern Sabine Parish.
Family members found Landry dead on the ground at the foot of his ladder deer stand when they went to check on him after he failed to answer repeated phone calls about noon, the coroner said.
Landry had left his residence to go deer hunting about 5:30 a.m.
Evidence shows he made several trips to take his weapon and backpack up his ladder stand.

Monday, October 07, 2019

A Nice 10-Pointer Plus Online Hunter Ed Class


10-Pointer - Gary "Heat the Grease" Thomas killed this 10-point buck on the opening day of deer hunting season at Oak Ridge in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Warren County.  My congratulations to Gary and that is a very nice 10-point!   

Online Hunter Ed Class - The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is now allowing the state's hunters to complete a mandatory education course online.

The internet course, "Today's Hunter In Mississippi," can be found at the agency's website, mdwfp.com.  The class is video-narrated and interactive.  The certificate from the online course can be presented as a digital or paper copy to license vendors to purchase a hunting license.

Residents under 16 who choose to take the internet course will still need to attend a three-hour classroom course before being certified.

The next classroom course offered in Warren County is scheduled for October 19, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Fisher Ferry Fire Department on Lee Road.

Registration for the classroom class must be done online at education.mdwfp.com/Web/Event/CountySelection.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Buck Finally Freed From Volleyball Net

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My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini and his friend last Wednesday were able to get the net off of this buck.  He said it started out bad when we saw the Volleyball net buck. He was in bad shape with the net covering his eyes. Without the help of Larry Piotrowski I could have never done this, Mike said. The well laid out plan went perfect and everything after that was just awesome!! Can't wait to get back and see the buck we saved!!! And even "The Freak" showed up to see if his buddy was OK!! Big thanks to Larry Piotrowski!!  Someone asked Mike how did he get close enough to rescue him and Mike replied, Magic!

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The Freak

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Believe it or not but this is the same buck that got tangled up last year. He freed himself last year!!

Monday, September 23, 2019

Volleyball Net On Antlers

My Facebook friend, Mike Persichini said this buck should be able to get this volleyball net off quick, looks like a weak one. 

It happens every year!!  


Friday, September 20, 2019

My Picture Published In Today's Vicksburg Post

THANKS FOR VISITING:  Marian Ann Love shared this photograph of the American Queen as it travels south on the Mississippi River Wednesday on its way to Natchez after a full day in Vicksburg.  In order to travel under the bridges, the boat has to lower its iconic smokestacks.  Readers are invited to submit photos to share with other readers of The Vicksburg Post.  Simply email high resolution images in JPEG format to photos@vicksburgpost.com.

It makes my day when our hometown paper, The Vicksburg Post publish my photos.  Thanks so much!  I truly enjoy sharing my pictures with everyone who cannot see what I see in our historic civil war town where I have lived all my life.
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