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24844
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Keith Hendrickson reminisces about the time he spent hunting with a friend’s father, Mr. B. He relays the tale of the time he took his new Boykin Spaniel on a duck hunt with Mr. B and the hilarity that ensued.
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24847
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Jim Dean recounts the story of the first house he bought while on his second job out of college. It was infested with mice as he found out after buying the house. Not wanting to make holes in the walls, he procured his Daisy Red Ryder carbine and began a mouse hunt through his house.
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2325
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Born on Indian Creek in what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Mark Cathey lived a life that revolved around hunting and fishing. He is remembered in tales and books like HUNTING AND FISHING IN THE GREAT SMOKIES.
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28437
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Doug Elliott, author and naturalist, reminisces about taking his son deer hunting in North Carolina. He taught his son how to scout for deer, find a good place to make a deer stand, and show respect for the animal they were hunting.
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35084
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Told from the perspective of an uncle to some children, this is a story of how a hunting dog was able to track down opossums from laying in a wheelbarrow when he was too old to walk. There is a recipe for pine bark stew at the end.