I'm sorry it's Southern Pine I forget.Jogeephus":1qjuoqhd said:Welcome to my stomping grounds. Weather should be nice. I know where Southern Woods Plantation is but I don't know a Southern Pine. Don't mean much though cause there are a bunch of them in that area. Some don't even have signs. Is it south of Sylvester on 33? Beautiful country though.
I think it will be bobwhite only. I've got a buddy in Alapaho (I don't think that is the correct spelling) I think he is about 40 miles from there but I'll have to check.Jogeephus":2gac8t6e said:I know right where you will be. You ought to have a wonderful time there. That's a nice place. Its a lot like my place only about 1000 times nicer. Will you be hunting bobwhite only or will there be other birds too? Sometimes some plantations will stick some chukars in the mix just to make things interesting.
Carl Mathis Dixon, met him and his family in 07 when I was on a PIE tour with Cotton Incorporated. Had a really good time and met some great people all over S. GAJogeephus":142zgakw said:What's his name? (Its Alapaha.)
kenny thomas":3e01ty47 said:If Hogzilla was that big in GA imagine how big he would have been in TX.
jedstivers":3e01ty47 said:I heard part of the Hogzilla story when I was down there and it was pretty funny. On the whole trip it was Carl's brother in law, Jake Ford was in charge of doing everything. He did a great job with it. After we were several days into the trip is when we went by their place one afternoon & spent the rest of the day there and ate supper with all of them, it was one of the best stops on the trips.