September 20, 2021
In this episode Cooney takes you around the country with some strange hunting and fishing laws, Cornbread raises the question of standards, while talking with Cooney about finding his own deer hunting spots.
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September 13, 2021
With 2021 Georgia deer season upon us, we decide to lay out our goals for the season. Along with that we discuss cold weather, heavy equipment, Baptism and much more. This is an episode you don't want to miss.
September 6, 2021
2021 Georgia hunting season is starting. Cornbread and Cooney talk about their tactics on recent early season public land hog hunting. Conversations on, as the years pass by a family tradition of dove hunting still holds strong and embracing what God gives you. Along with much much more!
August 30, 2021
A conversation with our good friend Tim Shipp. A life long resident of Paulding County Ga. Tim describes how he has seen a very rural county become a thriving part of the metro Atlanta area. From conversations of farm life, his Faith, family, hunting and current events. Tim gives his perspective on the questions: What was it like to not have any turkeys to hunt and when deer season was only three days. Tim gives his account while working for the Dallas Police Department on April 4th 1977, when a passenger plane loosing power to its engines, lead to a day he will never forget.
August 23, 2021
Cornbread and Cooney talk about late deer scouting while squirrel hunting in the summer. From thoughts on deer feeding habits, game cameras and wind directions, we give our perspective on what we look for in possible setups. We talk on getting and giving bias and partial information on important topics in a social setting. How do you sort and give information? Are you ok with getting information inline with someone's opinion from the start?
August 9, 2021
We sit down with Ga. Game Warden Garrett Pownall. Garrett tells us about his experience becoming a Game Warden, from the very beginning of going through college while interning with the Ga. DNR. To countless hours of physical and academic training at the Georgia Public Training Center. Garrett gives detailed accounts of stories while on the job and his down to earth felling's about doing every young hunters dream job.
August 2, 2021
With Operation Hornet not going as planned after the first assault, Cornbread and Cooney give the recap of how it all went. Cooney gives his thoughts on spending, sharing and saving money. The question is raised should we hunt the deer that are traveling thru our backyard? And much much more!
July 26, 2021
Cornbread and Cooney raise the question, do people's good works get the attention they should? Does God get the praise over people's ill mannered ways. What gets the most attention? Cooney talks on the Bison issue in The Grand Canyon and the criteria for hunters to able to hunt the herd in the fall hunt of 2021. Hornets have made a home in the block structure of the Scott house. Cornbread and Cooney discuss the operation of removing the hornets and much much more!
July 19, 2021
We sit down and talk with former paramedic Cody Bryant. Cody talks on his experience as a paramedic and some overlooked aspects of the job. Cody goes in depth on the day a new gun and a visit from a friend changed his life forever! An accidental gun shot lead to months in the hospital, multiple surgeries, Prayers and talks with the Lord. And as always much much more!
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