• It’s never too cold to coyote hunt
  • High coyotes, Punxtawny Phil and fish

    Just saw something on Facebook that I thought was interesting. And, as you know, if it’s on Facebook it just has to be true!
    Anyway, coyotes in Northern California have seemingly lost their fear of anything. Reports have them walking in roadways stopping traffic. Apparently, drivers out there don’t understand the principle of “road kill.”
    After researching this phenomena the “experts” determined the coyotes might be high on hallucinogenic mushrooms. They even specified the mushroom as the “amanita muscaria!”

  • Woods and waters: Hunting and fishing share a lot in common

    When the weather’s bad and you’re stuck not being able to hunt or fish you start philosophizing (yes, that’s a real word) about stuff!
    What I’ve been thinking about is how alike most hunting and sport fishing are, which helps explain the obsession to do either or both!
    Take bass fishing and coyote hunting as examples. With both you have custom equipment you’ll use. A good truck for scouting and getting to your hunt location could compare to a bass boat. You need a boat to get from place to place, looking for a concentration of bass.

  • Woods and Waters: Coyote hunting is always in season

    As I sit here staring out the window at the lump of snow hiding my truck all I can think is what happened?
    A week ago I was talking about how ‘un-winter’ like the weather had been. And now, the world is white!
    Hunting? Nope, not for a while. Most would say the next legal thing to hunt would be wild turkeys. Course, that’s not till April!
    So what’s to do till April? We gotta hunt something… Right? Well, as you might have guessed coyote hunting comes to mind. Surprised? Didn’t think so!

  • Woods and waters: The weather has been foul for waterfowl

    The weather for the rest of the winter is going to follow a predictable pattern. Between dusk and dawn it’ll be dark! The rest of the day will have varying degrees of light! With the weather we’ve been experiencing so far, that’s about the only prediction anyone can be sure of!

  • Kentucky’s weather makes hunting a challenge

    The holidays have passed and I pray everyone made it through safe and sound!
    Now that we’re into January I have to say that in all my years I don’t remember the weather being as mild as it is now. (That being said, as I write this, the weather’s nice. But, by the time it’s typed, printed, and to your door it may well be snowing… or it could still be unseasonably warm, sorta!)

  • VanDyke kills his first buck

    Caleb VanDyke, 7, killed his first buck on Dec. 26. He is the son of Tony and Kasi VanDyke of Bradfordsville.

  • Hunting photos
  • Good riddance to the year 2015

    By Shelton Young

    As we head into 2016 and wish 2015 goodbye, all I can say is “good riddance.” Not that I, along with everyone else, enjoys being a year older. It’s just that I spent most of the year confined to my recliner looking out the window. A severely broken arm will do that for you!
    So, in 2016, I intend to – if I don’t break anything else – start work on my bucket list.

  • Do yourself a favor - take a kid deer hunting

    Happy holidays this X-Mas season.
    Now I don’t know about you but I think that’s a load of manure! This is a warning, if you’re easily offended you best stop reading right now… fair warning issued!
    Here’s wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!
    Yep, I said it. Felt no shame doing it and with very little regard to anyone’s delicate sensitivities!
    Oh yeah, “This does not reflect the views of The Lebanon Enterprise.”

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