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The large intro file is a flash video file. The Olney Hunt Clip is the same clip published in WMV format. You may have to upgrade your flash plug in to view main clip. This Video above was shot with the Canon XHA1 SD DVD mode.

The video with a Sony and the Canon Z60 hand held cameras.The images to the right were shot with a Canon Rebel EOS Digital with a zoom lens.

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Jeff and Steve Dove hunting in Olney Texas. These clips are long and large they are formatted at 640 by 480 aspect ratio. To Contact Outfitter Steve Thornell go to thundercloudmarketing.com

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We did these clips on the fly unrehearsed and just plain had fun. Dove Hunting is a good venue to video friends in good light shooting dove and having fun. These clips were with one lavaliere mic and a shotgun mike on the camera. The camera was the Canon XHA1 in SD DVD mode. There were more then 30 hunters and over 120 acres of sunflower and plowed fields. The good hunters limited out earlier while the rest shot and filled there limits in the afternoon. Watch these video clips 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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Kevin Smith and Jason Morris are true Outdoors man. They both hunt and fish regularly. They compete in bass and fishing tournaments and both have desire to someday do hunting and fishing shows. The clips are funny, entertaining, and informative for sure. For your entertainment check the large video clips below. Fish caught on clips 15 & 19.

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Lake Tawakoni was a little muddy and the water was a little high which made the fishing tuff. We started out on Crappy then Bass fished. We had some good laughs and it was a good trip.

To the right Craig Allen McWhorter came down from New York City to be recorded Live on video. He recorded on video 9 songs one cover song and 8 originals he wrote and composed. He played guitar and sang in an unplugged session. Craig is originally from Dallas. He grew up here and I met him teaching him karate as a kid. Below hit the links to here the songs. Click here for more info about the project.

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The image to the right is image link to the Llano Deer Hunt with Alan Moore and Steve Thornell with the Texas Hunting News. There are several video clips to choose from. They are a Flash clip and a the rest are .WMV Windows Media Player clips. The clips are all full screen Hi-Res Videos. They are fast downloading if you have a high speed internet hook up.

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My goal is to find more of you that are like the two of us. Putting two passions together to make some really good stuff.

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I went to the Grasslands in Decatur, Texas and setup my tree stand and camera for a field test of how long it takes to setup all the equipment including haul the equipment to the spot. Video 1 2

Fortunately I went to where I saw several Turkey before about 40 yards past the gate to the entry to the hunting area. It still takes about 45 minutes to an hour to set everything up. I wasn't necessarily hunting Turkey I was also hunting Deer actually. I took both calls to the spot just in case.

This year I have seen more Turkey than ever before at the LBJ Grasslands. They move all day long.

The Sunday before Thanksgiving I I was driving my Truck back home and there was this spot that I hadn't been to in a while. I had just loaded my Gorilla Ladder stand and it was about 12 noon. I decided to go check this spot out cause it was on my way home. I pulled up and parked and walked about 30 yards past the cattle guard and gate, and low an behold I heard this scratching noise to my right. I looked and to

my right and there this hugh tom with a beautiful gorgeous blue head starring me down. There were about 25 to 30 more Turkey working the same area. They took off and I got one shot off with my black powder. I missed damn it, and they took to running. I loaded another Horneby 45 caliber 250 grain bullet with a 50 caliber sabot I was expecting them to be long gone but they only moved about 60 yards and they were waiting on me. They stared me down while I aimed and fired again. I missed again. I loaded again and they kept trucking down the path. This time I headed them off to a pipeline clearing but the grass was about 3 to 4 feet tall. A big tom posted as a sentry to let the immature jakes and polts pass. The toms about 4 of them were all shooters and they took turns posting up and standing guard while they let the hens jakes move through the tall grass with heads low. They moved with military precision in single file like a bunch of dino raptures. I followed them back to what seemed the back side of the property line and I fired again. Boom!!! Unbelievable!

How could I have missed? Well it happened again this time the Turkey flew and ran to the adjoining property.

Well I had never been in that area of the woods before and I started wondering where I was on the this piece of free public hunting land. I worked my way through to small clearing and a doe jumped up and loped right in front of me at about 30 yards. No doe permit no shot this time. What fun even though I missed three times.

I went to the gun range when I got back and found the screws on my scope were loose and put me off at about 8 to ten inches off to where I was aiming. I tightened them down and it put me right in the bulls eye 2 shots in a row.

The rings I used were called Durasights that are sold by CVA Guns in Georgia. I called a friend of mine who told me to use Loctite and screw one screw at a time and use some Loctite on each one. Well I did and broke 5 screws while tightening them down.

I called Eric from CVA Guns and told him what happened and he said I would have to send him the rings which have a lifetime warranty. I told him I had just sent him an e-mail with a photo of the broke screws in the ruined rings. Because it is in the middle of deer season he sent me some more without having to send him the rings first. Thank God for good service and a good company to do business with.

The next trip I took these photos and saw no Deer and some Turkey, but not on public hunting land. The moral of the story is tighten your screws but don't break them, and ask if they got Dura screws to go with the Durasights LOL. ~ end ~ by Jeff Overturf

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