It’s April already! Where has the time gone? Here’s a quick recap of the highlights I would love to share: 2023!!!

January – Sharpening our shooting skills with an expert!

Female shooting instructor with student

We visited Elizabeth Lanier Fenneil’s Shooting School in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. I met Elizabeth many years ago and have been a huge fan. Trippett’s wing shooting skills are impressive, but he learned a few tips and very much enjoyed our time with Elizabeth and is now singing her praises!! What a perfect time of year to sharpen our shooting skills, and that is what we did! You can reach Elizabeth personally at 804-370-0096 to book your lesson.


February – New Grandbaby boy!

newborn baby with puppy

We were on baby watch, and we are proud to announce the newest little member of our family, Walker David Moss, made his entrance right on his due date- Valentine’s Day! We are so excited to watch this little grand grow and thrive! Walker makes number six of the best grand stinkers anyone would ever want! Our hearts are full! 

March- Annual Quail Hunt

hunting couple quail hunt

Our annual hunt at George Hi Plantation in Garland, North Carolina, was nothing less than exciting and memorable. We had a wonderful time, as usual, hunting quail. It was the first time I hunted quail during rain, but the birds flew, and the dogs proved they were up for the task! Trippett carried the load with amazing doubles, and I had my best quail hunt to date. 

Wild Pig Hunt – Field to Fork and much more to come!

Female hog hunters

As you may know by now, I love hog hunting! For a big part of the past few months, I have been trying to harvest a wild boar for one of my friends, who happens to be a wildly popular culinary expert, 

It has been one of those years when the hogs move on, looking for food sources, and those that stick around come out in the wee hours of the night. I like my sleep, so the hogs have been safe from meeting up with me, though I hunted many hours, many nights way past dark to make it happen. I put out a lot of corn and whipped up some of the best hog baits possible, to no avail.

With turkey season looming, I stopped putting out bait for the hogs since hunting turkeys over bait is illegal, and I wasn’t going to take any chances of doing the wrong thing. Luckily, my hunting buddy, Kim Davis, had been watching a red sow coming out every day around 4:30 PM at one of the stands she hunts. I love day hunting, so I was all in! Sure enough, like clockwork, this perfect size hog came out just as she has every day, and without hesitation, she went down. But this is just the beginning of the story!  Stay tuned; more to come!



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