Guns and Cornbread Archive

Guns & Cornbread: Third Week of Turkey Season, Times 43 Years.

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

“Cod, don’t move, that turkey is standing down there right where you were sitting,” I glanced over at my hunting buddy Randal. I was standing close to him but not facing downhill as he was. I was a little skeptical, and I figured Randal might be messing with me but I didn’t want to turn […]

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Guns & Cornbread: West Virginia Wapiti

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

A long time ago, right where I am standing in what is now southwestern West Virginia, Logan County, there were herds of wapiti. (WAH-PA-TI) We are told that is what the Shawnee Indians called them; we call them elk. The wapiti have been gone for a long time, but now they are back. (Photo above: […]

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Guns and Cornbread: Death, Taxes, and Turkey Hunting 101

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

I have always figured Ben Franklin was a pretty smart cookie. I mean what with discovering electricity and coming up with all those profound quotes and all. This time of year, many of us think about his death and taxes quote, telling us how these are the only things we can be certain of. The […]

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Guns & Cornbread: Get that Kid a BB Gun for Christmas

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

Slowly, one quiet step at a time I stalked my quarry. It was July and it was hot and very humid, common conditions for a muddy riverbank in southern West Virginia. The air was heavy with humidity and riverbank smells, cicadas and other insects droned in the trees, a trickle of sweat rolled down by […]

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Guns & Cornbread: Deer Camp Memories

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

Deer camp, to deer hunters these words are magical and something that hangs around in the back of your head all year long. It’s time for deer season. It only comes once a year and for those who are deer hunters it’s Christmas, the fourth of July, your birthday, and the last day of school. […]

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Guns & Cornbread: Squirrel Season. Then & Now.

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

It’s the first day of squirrel season and I am not in the woods. It’s the first day of squirrel season and I am not in the woods. I have let the threat of a little rain in the forecast keep me from going. I stand on the front porch of the camp with coffee […]

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Guns & Cornbread: It’s Almost Fall Ya’ll

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

The gray faced pointer eased over to my knee and requested an audience. With her chin resting there I looked into the eyes that seem to become more soulful with every passing day. “What’s on your mind?” I said, thinking how much I would miss her. Her expression was that of a teacher addressing an […]

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Guns and Cornbread: Young Guns Head to SCTP Nationals!

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

Youth will be served. This week a group of young shooters from West Virginia will travel to Marengo, Ohio and the Cardinal Shooting Center. The Cardinal is a state-of-the-art shooting facility that among other things offers 52 Trap houses and 14 Skeet fields. The guys and girls from the Mountaineer Clay Crushers Team will be […]

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Guns & Cornbread: Trout and other Springtime Maladies

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

Spring comes and a young man’s fancy turns to….trout? What is it with trout? Can any of you tell me? I hope that you can. How can something as simple as a fish swimming in the water, minding his own business, just being a fish, cause so much flap and controversy? I have observed this […]

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Guns & Cornbread: Sasquach, Coyotes & Whitetailed Deer

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, Guns and Cornbread, Larry Case

“People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do.” – Isaac Asimov I don’t believe in Sasquatch. I spent over 36 years dealing with wildlife and outdoor-related issues on the job and many more as a hunter just tramping in the woods but I’ve never seen or heard […]

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Good Southern Barbeque + WIN Lunch for 2! w/ HashtagWV City Paper!

Good Southern BBQ w/ HashtagWV City Paper this June! - You can never go wrong with good southern barbeque! On the cover features Hog Wild BBQ in Fairlea, an excellent choice when you’re craving a smoked flavor that fits the bill + WIN lunch for two. Pick us up to enter! And hip hip huzzah! The WV Renaissance Festival is back! Nestled in the breathtaking […]

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