Thanks to all, I plan on being a member for years to come. To you bones, we do compete in the NASP program and yes it is very rewarding. There is nothing better than watching a kid light up when they experience a little success for the first time. Been doing it now for about 10 years....
Post by rottenfriend on Oct 30, 2018 9:21:01 GMT -5
Welcome Weez, we also coach our 4H shooting sports teams. Check out the YHEC program and see if you can get your county into that. Our kids really like that most of all the programs and it is more applicable to hunting than the rest. We sent our first teams to State competitions this year and they loved it. Maybe we've already crossed paths!
Post by puginmadisonco on Feb 16, 2019 8:59:02 GMT -5
I live in Madison Co on Wilgreen Lake and we have a huge problem with beavers eating the trees along the lake and leaving them dead. I have watched them swim into an area on the bank that i think is their home. Anybody in this area want to come get them? Please!!! Thanks, Cindy
I'm Kendall Tanner, 61 and live in hart county next to Nolin lake. This is my second year trapping and love it. I'm a disabled veteran which limits my trapping to four wheeler access. It hasn't been a problem finding places to trap so far. I really enjoy seeing all the comment on this site. I've learned a lot.
My name is George Jones I live in McCreary co. Me and my wife have been married 22yrs. My wife puts up with my trapping ,hunting and fishing she said it was her quite time we have three kids and three grand kids.
Post by Jesse C Lee on Feb 22, 2020 9:13:34 GMT -5
I just happened to find yalls forum and its been most enjoying to read all the tips and tricks that everyone has posted on this forum . I have recently moved to Madison County , Ky from Colorado . Little background my grandfather used to trap beavers and muskrat and he tried to showed me how to do it and unfortunately my younger ,dumber , think I know better self never took the time to really learn. I would rather go out hunting then I was younger than setting a trap and coming back to check on it . Well here I am at 30 I still love to hunt but I have the trapping itch now . So basically starting from a blank page I'm using this spring and summer to prepare for October and November trapping season . Well anyways just wanted to introduce myself and any tips or tricks of the trade are more than welcome .
Jesse Lee UTK Life Member NRA Life Member 719-480-9041 JesseCLee046@gmail.com