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Gearing Up for Turkeys...
Monday, 05 March 2012 20:38

It is almost here!  The time of year that I have been waiting on for so long! 

Turkey season really gets going for me when the Alabama Youth Season begins.  That will be this weekend and I am pumped.

Ill be heading up to Mush Creek Outfitters in Selma, Al to take a couple of kids along with my buddy Troy Anderson.  It should be a blast!  I hope the birds cooperate and those kids can lay the hammer down!

Its looking like its going to be a great turkey season here around home.  That is very welcome as last year was one of the toughest I can remember.  It seemed like everything was either a real old bird or a jake.  Add in the fact that they were cutting timber on over half of my turkey hunting spots and it make for a real challenging Spring.  This year is starting out with a ton of optimism and I can't wait.  I think later today, Ill go and gather up all my decoys, calls and organize my vest.  That is when turkey season is really on the way and Im pumped!!

Yall be good!

JM           

Tournaments, Turkey Prep and More..
Saturday, 18 February 2012 02:29

Getting ready to head to Wetumpka, AL in the morning for the First Leg of the Southern Triple Crown IBO shoots.  Looks like its going to be pretty wet tomorrow.  Maybe we can catch a break with the weather.

Ive been trying to get my tournament stuff going.  The year got off to a pretty decent start with a 12th place finish in Open Pro at the first ASA shoot of the year.  This weekend is my second tournament on the schedule.  Hopefully, I can keep it going and post a good finish or a win this weekend.

Ive also been pretty busy in the planning phase in the construction stuff.  Getting ready to build the next home and more.

Turkey season will be here before I know it, so Ive been trying to take inventory of all the things I need to get done to prep for that as well.  Everything seems to be in pretty good order.  Just waiting on March 15 to get here and let the longbeards do their thing!

Went earlier this week and shot a couple of hogs with my bow down at my friend, Benjamin Eubanks' place.  That was a blast.  Should have a real good hog show for yall this year.  Ill be going back down there soon.

Hope everyone is doing well. 

Yall take care!

JM

Hogs, Bows and More...
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 19:41

Just got back from the first ASA shoot of the year in Newberry, FL.  Had an awesome time and shot really well for the first tournament of the year.  I finished 12th in the Open Pro division with a 410 and 10 12's.  I had one "kick out" that kept me from a 414 which would have moved me up a few spots.  A "kick out" is when you hit an arrow already in the target, in this case the 12 ring, and it kicks you out, in my case to the 8 ring.  That's a bit of bad luck, but I can't complain at all.

I hunted really hard all the way down to the end of the AL deer season which went out Jan 31.  So, I didn't practice nearly as much as a lot of my competition.  Therefore, Im pretty happy with the result.  Now, its time to really hammer down on practice and preperation but try to keep my "loose" attitude when in the next competiton.  I think that was very valuable to me.  Sometimes I press or try too hard and it bites me in the rear end. 

Today, Thomas Boutwell, is coming down and we are shooting a lot of video for the show that will be supporting stuff.  This is the time to really let the creativity shine.

Tomorrow, we are heading down to my buddy, Benjamin Eubanks, place and shoot some hogs with out bows.  It's time to let the ol' Z7 Xtreme eat!!!  Im ready for a little porkchop biscuit action! haha.

I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the nice weather especially in the South.

Yall take care!

JM

First Tournament of 2012..
Thursday, 02 February 2012 23:30

Im heading down to Gainesville, FL Friday for the first tournament of the year for me.  This is the kickoff to the 3D tournament season and I am really excited.

Shot Show, Alabama Rut, Tournament Time
Saturday, 21 January 2012 15:42

It has been a very busy couple of months for me.  I just got home from the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.  It was a great show and I got all of the things accomplished that I needed too even though I had to fight through a bad case of the "crud" the entire time it seemed.  Now its time to change the focus..

Trade Shows, Toadlicking, Hunting and Life...
Saturday, 14 January 2012 03:59

Man, it has been really crazy lately!!  Trying to wrap up the end of the Fall hunting seasons, close on a spec house I just sold, go to ATA and SHOT shows and have family time.  Whew!

I just got back in last night from ATA show in Columbus, OH where the archery and bowhunting industry unveil all the new products for 2012.  What a great show!  Wasp archery was killin' it with the new Zforce and Queen broadheads while Moultrie was taking the game camera game to a whole new level with a new M80 Black.  Code Blue was there continuing to be the industry leader in scents and scent elimination.  What a great bunch of folks too!

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