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It was an unusually crisp June morning in Morgan County. As daylight broke, wisps of fog swirled eerily above every pond on every farm along Kevin Caudle’s drive from his home.

Kevin could have been just another farmhand going to work in this farming-based community of Eva, but his clothing spoke differently. He was dressed head-to-toe in camouflage and wearing long sleeves.

The Morgan County native does some farm work like most there, but his work is quite unlike the farm work of others who toil the fields. In this community where getting permission to hunt deer is so difficult, farmers beg Kevin to hunt their property.

Kevin, you see, is a...

Other Hunting Articles
If the FBI were to develop a profile of the average Alabama turkey hunter, it wouldn’t be anywhere close on Jim Daniel. First of all, turkey hunting is typically not a game for those in their 80s. It requires stamina. Long walks...

Turkeys have a way of utilizing their surroundings that makes getting one into gun range a pretty tough row to hoe. In the timber, they seem to always manage to put a ditch between themselves and the hunter. Or maybe just a slight...

While some of Alabama’s 45,000 turkey hunters witnessed indications of a wild turkey comeback last year, most approach the start of the 2018 season still convinced something is badly wrong. The fourth year of an Auburn University...

One day on a creek bottom, a long, long time ago, I was working a stubborn old bird on a stretch of public land. He had gobbled plenty and had me believing he was going to show up soon. I was green and was completely at the mercy of this bird, but I...

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