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Louisiana Whitetail Early Rut Action

john ledeaux deer 300x292 Louisiana Whitetail Early Rut ActionWhile some may think it’s early, it’s pretty obvious that the preliminary stages of the rut is starting up in parts of south Louisiana and not too uncommon for this area.  Johnathan (John) LeDoux took down this nice drop tine buck this past Saturday while hunting area 8 in Leblanc La. 

A not too shabby 16 7/8 inside spread with 5 1/2 to 6 inch brow tines and a 4 inch drop tine weighing in at 183 lbs. An awesome buck for these piny woods for sure.

Here’s John’s story as he told me about it:

“Scott this deer was killed in area 8 in Leblanc La. on opening day of muzzle load (primitive firearms) season, he was killed with a .444 caliber rifle. The morning started out great, at 7:45 I watched a doe to the left of my blind at about 200 yards.  At 8:04 a bigger doe caught my eye crossing the lane to my right at about 180 yards, I put the cross hairs on her but opted not to shoot. At 8:09 here comes big boy in the same spot, I got on him pretty quick as I had only a spit second to evaluate him and make a shot. I pulled the trigger but couldn’t tell if I hit him or not. I sat till 9 o’clock before I went to check for blood, only to be disappointed, no blood anywhere around, only the tracks where he crossed, not wanting to jump him up if I did wound him I went back to my blind and sat for another hour or so but seemed like eternity, then finally my buddy Jared Leblue showed up. We walked to the spot where I shot him and found nothing so we decided to make an area search through the woods when Jared came across a good blood trail which lead us another 50 or so yards to him.  We liked to lost it when we saw how big he was. Then we really lost it when we saw the drop tine.”
Thanks for sharing your story John and good luck for the rest of the season.

And don’t forget to take a kid outdoors

Papa Scott

 Louisiana Whitetail Early Rut Action

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!

HUNTOGRAPHY DEERTOUR SEASON 2 DVD ON SALE NOW!!!

 HUNTOGRAPHY DEERTOUR SEASON 2 DVD ON SALE NOW!!!

    A Great Fathers Day Gift Idea!

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Thanks,

Papa Scott

 HUNTOGRAPHY DEERTOUR SEASON 2 DVD ON SALE NOW!!!

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!

After the Hunting Season

IMG 1327 300x224 After the Hunting SeasonNow is the time to enjoy your harvest.  Weather you hunt large game or small, if you’re successful your freezer will fill up quickly.  We live in such a fast paced world often times we overlook or don’t bother grabbing something from the freezer to thaw out for cooking.  We’re so busy and they have made it so easy to pick up fast food on the way home that sometimes we neglect our responsibility as hunters.  Slow down, we owe it to the game we hunt, don’t waste it.

Yesterday I went through my freezer and found a deer neck roast dated Oct. 2010.  My first thought was it may be freezer burnt.  I thawed it out and it was fine.  I always wrap my meat in Saran Wrap first then wax paper and it pays off. 

Once I got it completely thawed I marinated it overnight then cooked it.  It turned out to be one of the best I’ve ever done.  The finished product along with my recipe can be found here. campdogcajunseasoning.blogspot.com 

 

Remember to take a kid outdoors

Thanks,

Papa Scott

 

 After the Hunting Season

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!

April Fools Day Visitor

PICT0335 April Fools Day VisitorThis feeder has been out of corn for 3 months so he wasn’t here for a meal, just a lucky photo op.

I’m even more surprised that this camera was still taking pictures since early December!

Papa Scott

 April Fools Day Visitor

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!

Bridge Out Over Troubled Waters

I woke up this morning to a beautiful day at the camp, temperatures in the upper 40’s, clear skies and very few bugs to worry about.   After having my usual caffeine fix and a light breakfast I thought I would take a hike in the woods that we squirrel hunt in.  It’s about a 2 mile walk to the honey hole on the back of the property that is only accessible by boat, swinging on vines, swimming or preferably the walking bridge bridge out 300x288 Bridge Out Over Troubled Watersthat we maintain during hunting season.  While birds were singing and rabbits were out and about it was a nice walk up to the walking bridge.  I was eager to cross so that I could look for signs of hogs and maybe find a shed or two.  Well this is what I found instead, it looks like the heavy rains we’ve been getting caused a lot of flooding and damage to our bridge.  The top of the bridge was shackled to the tree on the right but wasn’t enough to hold back the rushing waters.

Oh well after assessing the situation I thought of something else I could do, return to the camp and defrost some ducks, yep I’ve got some ducks that need cooking and the family needs to eat.  My favorite way to cook ducks  is in my trusty old Black Iron Pot like my friend IronCooker sells.  Season thosewood ducks 300x224 Bridge Out Over Troubled Waters ducks up with Camp Dog original or non-typical, brown them up then pot roast em’ for a couple of hours.  You can find my Recipe here at campdogcajunseasoning.blogspot.com 

Thanks,

Papa Scott

 Bridge Out Over Troubled Waters

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!

Greetings from the Great State of Louisiana: It’s On!

Now that the announcement is official let me introduce myself. My name is Scott Perrodin aka Papa Scott. I’m from a small town called Ville Platte home of Chicot State Park. I am the owner of Papa Scott’s Cajun Products maker of Camp Dog Cajun Seasoning. www.campdogcajunseasoning.com/products Most of you know me from Twitter by my user name Cajun_Seasoning
I have a real job as an Electronics Technician for the largest land based Casino in Louisiana.  My wife and I travel to shows on weekends promoting our products to help raise our granddaughter.
I love to run the backwoods and bayous in search of game.  I also love Fishing, Hiking, Outdoor Cooking, Family, Hot Boudin, Cold Beer, Saints & LSU…Geaux Tigers!
I am delighted to be the Managing Editor of Louisiana.Huntography.com I will be sharing my stories of my outdoor adventures as well as yours, in the field or at the camp. I love to do stories about kids in the outdoors as well, so if you have some interesting stories and/or pictures that you would like to share give me a holla !  campdog@centurytel.net
See you in the woods,

papa scott

Chicot State Park Greetings from the Great State of Louisiana:   It’s On!

 

 Greetings from the Great State of Louisiana:   It’s On!

About Papa Scott, Managing Editor

Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur, Blogger, Electronics Technician and Owner of Papa Scott's Cajun Products Hi, I'm Papa Scott aka Camp Dog, I run the Backwoods and Bayous in search of game, I enjoy cooking for family and friends around an open fire. I'm delighted to be the Managing Editor for Louisiana Huntography. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences as well as yours, in the field or at the camp!