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  • 09 Feb 2015
    Well, I know some of you all are still under snow.....LOTS of it, but I wanted to see what you all do during the summer months, camping, family vacations, fishing planting ect.... Here in south Ga the summers can be hot and dry, but we get out by the pools, head to FL to do some fishing, but mostly we hang out and enjoy the long days and good friends.  What do you do in your neck of the woods to stay busy over the summer when the kiddos are out of school and the long winter days are passed?  
    25534 Posted by Scott Stover
  • 23 Jan 2015
    I know I know, its only January and I am already thinking about Spring Turkey season, Ive got a chance to hunt a place that hasnt been turkey hunted in several years! I am one excited dude!! I will be calling for a friends neice, she hunts but has never turkey hunted before, so Im really excited about it! I want to try to get her a good bird and then I would like to try to get a good one as well! How many of you guys hunt turkeys? Do you have a favorite call you use? I use a box and a slate call, Ive tried using a mouth call, but all I sound like is a dying cat! LOL I hope you guys are enjoying the off season so far!! Got lots to do before the weather changes and gets a bit warmer, then its time to chase turkeys and go hit the flats for some specks!!
    7211 Posted by Scott Stover
  • 22 Apr 2015
    “The Slick Shot Bow Torque Eliminator” When Mark Pouliot contacted me and asked me if I would like to try a new product to eliminate bow torque and improve form I instantly said an emphatic “Heck Yes!”.  He is the main man and super guy behind the Slick Shot, a simple but super effective way to eliminate bow torque during a shot.  I received the Slick Shot quickly and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it, anything to make your shot more accurate and eliminate torque right? Well, this product is just what the doctor ordered, simple to set up, super comfortable and it does exactly what it says it does, it will not allow you to torque the bow at all, and if you do have a “torque” problem it instantly corrects it back to where your grip should be.  They come in 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large. Measurements are simple because you want to be sure you have the correct size.  You measure from the palm of your bow hand from the base of the thumb (with the hand relaxed) to the base of the middle finger; If the measurement is 2-2 ½” Medium, Greater than 2 ½” Large, and if it is less than 2” order the small.  They have adjustable elastic straps that will snug them up on your fingers and they also make ones with neoprene straps to fit over gloves, so they can be used not only during target shooting but hunting applications as well.  When I put it on for the first time, it is a different feeling for sure, some people may find it distracting or bulky, but give it just a few minutes on your hand an you can tell that this is a quality product designed to do exactly what it says it does.  I currently shoot a Mathews Z7, and the grip on that bow is very well designed, but every bow manufacturer is different so the first time you pick your bow up with the Slick Shot will be quite different, so don’t worry if it feels “different”, give it a fair chance and then go from there.  Shooting with the Slick Shot is quite the experience, for some more advanced archers it may not be noticeable if you already have good form, but where this product will help the most is with newer shooters. I personally think target shooters will benefit tremendously from it ensuring that the bow is completely level which will in turn increase your accuracy! I shot several arrows with and without the Slick Shot and I can tell you from experience that it does exactly what it claims to do, and that is close your groups up, allow you to shoot with more confidence and eliminate bow torque! Overall, I would recommend this product to anyone who wants to improve accuracy, form and overall shooting! Please give Mark at Slick Shot Archery a call at 802-453-4115 or visit to place an order.  They have new colors and Mark is a first rate guy to deal with and a perfect product to improve your shooting!!
    3616 Posted by Scott Stover
  • 17 Dec 2014
    My 2014 Season started off pretty slow, however it turned out to be pretty darn good! Dec 1 found me in Dawson GA, a beautiful place about 30 minutes east of Albany Ga.  Beautiful morning, temps were perfect and the rut was 820 the biggest deer I have ever killed showed up, one shot at 93 yards, put him down for good! He wasnt a massive 140" 8 point but he may as well have been! The best part of the whole thing was that the rifle I shot him with was my Grandfathers....come to find out after talking with my Dad that he had never shot at or killed a deer with it....its been over 30 years that the rifle had never been used to kill one! Then to top it off, my wife wants to start going with me to hunt! Im super excited for next season already! Overall, my season was super! Its not done yet, have about 30 days left in our season down here, so Im going to try to put at least one more in the freezer!!! Here is the picture of my deer-The blood you see on the towards his hip is where the bullet exited.....He was quartering pretty hard, and I was up 22 feet in a tree when I shot him!  
    2914 Posted by Scott Stover
Hunting 1,834 views Mar 04, 2015
Random Thoughts
As I sit here this morning facing another "hump" day, my thoughts drift to the fall of the smells, the challenges of the upcoming hunting season and often wonder what it would be like to hunt for a living? Would I get tired of getting up before daylight, go sit in a stand no matter what the weather (unless its raining like crazy) or super windy.  Would the thrill of taking bucks of "wallhanger" class get old? Would that adrenaline rush when you see a deer go away? I personally think it wouldnt, just for the fact that no matter how many times I see deer, I still get excited, and still appriciate everthing that I have when I am out there! I think a career in the outdoor industry couldnt get any better, but I often wonder exactly how you make a living doing somehting like that? How do the superstars of the industry make it work? I know these are completly random thoughts but I have found myself considering something like this when I finally retire from Uncle Sam's Air Force. Have any of you considered anything like this, and if so, how do you go about finding a place to start?  I cant thank Chris enough for giving me a chance as a Pro Staff member, that in itself is a pretty good foundation!

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  • Scott Stover
    Scott Stover Im planning on using the blog on here alot Chris if that is good with you! That way everyone can enjoy it too!
    Thanks guys!!!
    March 4, 2015 - 2 like this
  • Chris Avena
    Chris Avena That is what it is here for. it is not just for me. it is for everyone to use
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  • Rick Smith
    Rick Smith I think i can answer that i had a duck lodge in Arkansas for 4 years .
    Was great fun meeting people but after just a year it was nothing but work.Get to bed after you please all the clients usually around 10 or 11 pm and back up at 3 to fix all the food a...  more
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  • Scott Stover
    Scott Stover I get that RIck......Im not planning on guiding or lodge, I was more leaning towards like the TV personalities and things like that....
    But in that line of work I could completely understand where you got burned out quick! Thank you for sharing it bud! Gi...  more
    March 5, 2015 - 1 likes this