During a rainy and coldish hunt with Louis, Haddon, and Hunter Jr. last Saturday (during which we were eventually driven from the Arm Pit by rising water!), I wondered why my son Ben never put his cold little hands in his zipped-shut, dry and fleecy hunting coat pockets.
While looking after our gear back at the Den, I discovered why. His pockets were already full! more »
Thanks everyone for a great opener! It was awesome to see everyone have a good time and enjoy opening weekend!
Great meeting new members! Fun times as always. Thank you Hunter and Beefy for all the hard work and countless hours getting it all done. I know you probably don't hear thank you enough but really!!! Looking forward to another great year. Oh, and Grover and Moo you also have put in the time. No other place I'd rather be. See yall next week!
Just wanted everyone to know that although I have only been in the club for a couple of weeks and this morning is the first time I have hunted with any of you everyone has went out of your way to make us fell like we have been a part of Three Rivers our hole life honestly I thought long and hard about joining a club at all much less one this size because I have been in others a lot smaller that di more »
The schedule is now live! Thanks for your patience guys!
See y'all soon!
Y'all, this here is some bodacious water on Beedeville, and it's not even duck season yet!
Here's an update on some of this year's new hunting grounds.
We call it the Tupelo Flats Farm, and it's situated in the L'Anguille River bottomland, just five minutes south of Highway 14 in Poinsett County.
The crops this year consist of 2 Rice Fields, 5 Japanese Millet/Golden Millet/Buckwheat fields and 2 Timber Holes. more »