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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Chris Swann bags two gobblers with the bow!

It was a great season for the whackfactor gang with nearly everyone bagging at least one bird. A few were lucky enough to tag out! Chris was one of the lucky ones who arrowed two turkeys with the bow this year! Here he is with his daughter and bird number two with the bow! Now that turkey season is done, it time to whack as many snakeheads as we can before deer season rolls back around!

Friday, May 18, 2012

Another turkey down!

The whackfactor boys having been smoking birds in southern md but those eastern shore turkeys have been extremely elusive. After one of the toughest seasons he can remember, Trevor elected to put some meat in the freezer with a jake. The bird offered a great shot, and he was happy to pull the trigger! Those turkey kabobs sure tasted great!

Another night bowfishing = more dead snakehead!

Austin, Doug, Jesse, and Trevor made it out bowfishing last friday night. Although the water was muddy and the tide wasn't great they were able to bag three snakeheads and three blue catfish, including Jesse's largest snakehead to date- a massive 35 inch 17.5 lb fish.

More antlers!

Although its getting late in the year we are still finding those glorious pieces of bone hidden in the woods or fields! Check out our latest batch of photos including a few hard to find sika horns!

Friday, April 27, 2012

Moma Swann Turkey

Momma Swann got it done. This was a very fun hunt as Jesse and Momma worked this bird in to 10 feet, lights out!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

2nd Annual Potomac Snakehead Tournament!

The 2nd Annual Potomac Snakehead Tournament will soon be here! The 2012 Potomac Snakehead Tournament is open to anyone with a valid Maryland or Virginia Fishing license. Participants can win cash and prizes for the heaviest fish and overall total weight. Participants can fish, hook and line or bow fishing, beginning June 2, 2011, at 6 p.m. until June 3, 2012, at 12:30 p.m., anywhere on the tidal Potomac in Maryland or Virginia. Cost to enter is $50 online registration by June 1, 2012, or $60 day of the tournament. A percentage of the tournament profits will be donated to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to help fight invasive species in the Potomac River watershed. The Tournament is presented by Whackfactor Outdoors, LLC, with sponsorship from Profish, Alewife Baltimore, Flying Dog Brewery, and Swann Construction Inc.

Official tournament events will take place at Smallwood State Park, 2750 Sweden Point Road, Marbury, MD 20658. All participants are strongly encouraged attend the pre-tournament conference at 5 p.m. June 2, 2012. Guest speakers will include Joseph W. Love, Ph.D. Tidal Bass Manager, Maryland Department of Natural Resources; and Joshua J. Newhard, Fisheries Biologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Steve Vilnit, Fisheries Marketing Director, Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Chad Wells, Executive Chef, Alewife, Baltimore, MD, will prepare and present a snakehead tasting from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on June 3, 2012. Also included in the tasting, blue catfish, provided by ProFish and prepared by the Whackfactor Outdoors Pro-Staff, and a Flying Dog Beer sampling (ages 21+ participants).

Potomac Snakehead Tournament Goals:
Promote the sport fishing of Snakeheads to reduce the population of these fish in the Potomac and its tributaries.
Raise public awareness of Snakeheads as a high quality, commercially viable, food source.
Support the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in its efforts to combat invasive species throughout the Potomac River watershed.

For full details on this tournament and to register, please visit the Whackfactor Outdoors website at:http://www.potomacsnakehead.com/

For more information on the tournament sponsors, see http://www.profish.com/,http://www.alewifebaltimore.com/, http://www.flyingdogales.com/,

Time to find that bone!

The time has come again to get out in the spring woods, scout for some turkeys, check your treestands, and look for some of that elusive horn that is lying around for the taking! The whackfactor crew not only uses shed hunting as a fun way to get outside after the winter, it is also a great tool to see which bucks have survived the season, and even potentially find antlers from deer they never knew existed! In addition, it 'sheds' valuable light on the late winter patterns of the deer in your area. Check out some of the photos from this years shed hunting and see if you can find the antlers! The first picture is a shed found in a shooting lane we had just cut last summer about 20 yds from our treestand, you can see the stand in the background. Hint: one picture is a matched set.

Trapping Season 2012

After a busy yet successful deer season, winter for some of the whackfactor crew means its time to chase after our state's furbearers! Not only is trapping a important wildlife management tool, it is also a time-honored tradition and a great way to earn a little side hustle! Trevor was busy during the months of January and February trapping fox, raccoon, otter, beaver, and muskrats. Here is the final picture for this year, grand totals are 177 muskrats, 4 otter, 9 beaver, 24 red fox, 6 grey fox, 87 raccoons, 2 skunks, and 4 opossums.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Trevor bags two more bucks in Cambridge

After returning from Nebraska Trevor was excited to get in the woods for some hot Maryland rut action. On Nov. 18th, he was able to fill his bow bonus buck tag with a nice mature eight pointer from cambridge. It even had a previous broadhead injury form earlier this season! After that he was able to take his first whitetail ever with a rifle, a dandy old eight point buck at 250 yds! He aged out to be five and a half and will look great on the wall!

Brian puts the smackdown on monster eights again!

Big bucks sightings this year in charles county have seemed slower than usual. For Brian, however the bucks were still running great in his honey hole. After putting the smack on an awesome eight in early november he followed it up with a tremendous monster a week later! This eight pointer was the largest any of us have ever killed and unofficially scored 150 inches pope and young! He had seen it the day he shot the first eight pointer but it was out of range. Having already filled his two doe tags he was eligible for his bonus buck and when he chased a doe passed him at ten yards he crushed him!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Nebraska Trip a Success!

Evan and Trevor ventured across half the US to try to bag some big whitetails in the sleeper state of Nebraska. A family friend in Nebraska allowed them to hunt her property in southeastern Nebraska. After a long 21 hour drive west they had a great week hunting the creek and river bottoms of Jefferson County. Of course they wanted to hit it during the rut and with bows. After 6 solid days of hunting, they bagged two bucks, one doe, a coyote, and two shed antlers! They saw some awesome bucks and were able to bag a bruiser, can't wait until next year!

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