Beast hunting and camping trip

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Which date/ state would you prefer?

November hunt on the KY side.
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31%
November on the TN side.
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6%
December where members can hunt whichever side they choose.
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50%
I'm good with any date.
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13%
 
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Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby blizzardhunter » Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:23 pm

Southernman and myself have talked about setting up a hunting/camping trip for next year. We are planning on doing the hunt around the second breeding period in December or sometime in November at Land Between the Lakes. We have a couple different ideas for dates and how to do it. We thought if we start getting in lined out early it gives anyone who wants to attend plenty of time to plan. Any interest?


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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Southern Man » Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:39 am

I'll take it one step farther...... You can deer hunt, duck or goose hunt and squirrel hunt (if in December) if you choose. Those seasons will be open along with deer, buck or doe.

We are familiar with a lot of areas of LBL, we can give some guidance to you if you are unfamiliar. But to be honest, if you are not familiar with LBL it would be a scout / hunt type of hunt for deer.

We have the capability of making a community hooch with some heat and we can tie in tents, campers, etc to make it easier for anyone that wants to come. We can also camp along the KY / TN line to make hunting either state easy without a long travel to hunting sites.

You'll eat good, have some fun, and hopefully kill something :lol:
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Edcyclopedia » Wed Oct 04, 2017 1:38 am

Sounds great.
What's the weather conditions that time of the year?
Any crotters to be aware of?
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby PK_ » Wed Oct 04, 2017 2:33 am

So you are talking about archery?
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Southern Man » Wed Oct 04, 2017 2:48 am

Edcyclopedia wrote:Sounds great.
What's the weather conditions that time of the year?
Any crotters to be aware of?


Average highs in around 50, lows around 30
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Southern Man » Wed Oct 04, 2017 2:49 am

PK_ wrote:So you are talking about archery?


Yes archery
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby blizzardhunter » Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:32 am

Weather should be great and no worries about any critters. I did some research and regardless if you want the KY or tn side of lbl it will be under $300 to get your tags, license, and LBL permit. I think this would be a fun trip to not only hunt but have some great commrodery within the beast group.
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby tbunao » Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:43 am

Sounds fun!
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby BradC36 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:48 am

tbunao wrote:Sounds fun!


X2, and Tim is going to pick me up on the way
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Buckshot20 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:17 am

How long are we talking? 3 day hunt? Week?

Also, not sure how it works, if you kill your buck in KY early can you still hunt the Tn side?
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Tennhunter3 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:21 am

Kentucky side has better bucks and more mature bucks from what I've heard because of the 1 buck bag limit.

I would choose Kentucky rut.
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Southern Man » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:34 am

Buckshot20 wrote:How long are we talking? 3 day hunt? Week?

Also, not sure how it works, if you kill your buck in KY early can you still hunt the Tn side?


That's debatable. We really haven't talked about that but I could probably swing 3 - 4 days. Just don't tell my wife I said that :lol:

And no, I believe LBL has a 1 buck limit even though it shares 2 states
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby via47126 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:34 am

Count me in! I live in Little Rock and can pick anyone up on the way if needed. - Cass
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby Buckshot20 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:46 am

Southern Man wrote:
Buckshot20 wrote:How long are we talking? 3 day hunt? Week?

Also, not sure how it works, if you kill your buck in KY early can you still hunt the Tn side?


That's debatable. We really haven't talked about that but I could probably swing 3 - 4 days. Just don't tell my wife I said that :lol:

And no, I believe LBL has a 1 buck limit even though it shares 2 states



What if you kill your buck in another area of the state say in Nov.? Could you buy a Tn license for LBL in Dec. Diff state/ diff wma
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Re: Beast hunting and camping trip

Unread postby JakeD » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:47 am

Sounds like a fun trip. I could probably do something like this. I'm only about an hour or so away from LBL.


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