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Great Outdoors Family Fun Day Coming to Sedalia Rod & Gun Club This Weekend

Okay, cool temps and moisture are better than last year at this time and the food plots are looking good.  We're getting ready to put out cameras and try some Bigtine.  They've got it at Rusty Toad Archery in 40 lb. bags for less than $20.  I can't wait!

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Thunder Chickens, Crappie Fishin’ and Fishing for a Cure

What can I say?  I give up on this weather.  What do you do when you get up on the first weekend of turkey season and it's 35 degrees outside?  Well, you put on more clothes, grab your swamp boots and maybe a boat to get to that field those thunder chickens have been strutting in.  It's going to be fun.

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Youth Turkey Huntin’, Crappie Fishin’ and Wounded Warriors Hunt

I've started my blog posts with the weather every day for the last two months.  I thought the crazy weather changes were over and done with.  I can deal with a 15-20 degree temperature change, this IS Missouri.  But come on, from the 70s to the 30s?  This is just ridiculous.

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Fishin’ Reports and Turkey Season for Youth

The weather is looking up and it seems like the weather roller coaster is over.  I hope they shut it down.  Well, let's start with some fishin'.  Where are they catching them?  In the water.  No really, they are.

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Easter Outdoor Activities

Well, the Easter Bunny is on his way, the snow is gone for now.  I heard we could have two more snow storms, and one of them could be a whopper.  I hope not, because if it snows next week, we'll have to hunt turkeys in snow camo and snow shoes.  That won't be fun, so let's pray for no snow.

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Jay Nixon
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Governor Jay Nixon Harvests Deer, Donates It to Share The Harvest

Sunday afternoon (Nov. 18), Governor Jay Nixon harvested an eight-point buck while deer hunting in Pulaski County. The Governor donated the venison to Missouri’s Share the Harvest program, a public-private partnership that provides meat to families in need.

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Wounded Warriors Travel to Sedalia to Hunt

Youth season was a success, with four out of the six kids we took out harvesting their first deer.  We still have the second youth season to go, so I'm sure we'll get them back in the woods.

Last week we told you about Wounded Warrior Eric Stadler.  We'll be taking him out hunting this morning just before seven more Wounded Warriors arrive in Sedalia for the first Wounded Warrior hunt in Pettis County.

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Wounded Warrior and Quadriplegic Eric Statler Going Deer Hunting This Weekend

I was honored to take out one of our Wounded Warrior veterans to the range. Eric Statler is a quadriplegic whom is paralyzed from the neck down. We took him to sight in his deer rifle at the Sedalia Rod and Gun Club.

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Youth Hunt Planned for This Weekend, Wounded Warriors Hunt Coming Soon

Youth deer season starts this weekend, and it's going to be awesome.  The rut is starting and even though the weather is a little warmer than I like, it's my favorite time of year to hunt.

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Wounded Warriors and Youth Hunts Coming Soon

I love this time of year, it's great for everything.  Even though youth soccer is about over, I bet those kids still wish it was going on.  My best friend's son plays, and what an awesome time it is with all of the parents, grandparents and kids outside at Clover Dell Park.  It's also great to see the support for the high school football teams on those chilly nights.  I just love being outside!

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