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Default TBH Video Journal - Ep. 19 - "Chili for Breakfast" (The Deer Camp Series)

One of my goals with the Video Journal was to show more of the behind the scenes aspect of hunting camp through my "Deer Camp Series." I've done videos from Stolle Deer Camp, CDLC and South Hills Ranch. In this edition, the girls and I spent a weekend "hunting" and hosting Michaela's boyfriend, Jake, and Courtney's boyfriend, Kyle, and Kyle's dad, Doug, at the old MMR (Morris-Middleton Ranchette) in LaSalle County.

The Old Timers here are aware of the history and significance of the MMR to TexasBowhunter.com (you can start to catch up or refresh by checking out the MMR thread in our History/Traditions forum.

What are your favorite hunting memories from hunting camp? Those that have shared in the history of the MMR, what stands out to you? Please share your memories, photos or videos here and/or in the comments on YouTube.

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Old 12-20-2016, 11:06 AM   #2
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Great video. Now, how about a new Killing Tree video!
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Old 12-20-2016, 11:11 AM   #3
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Old 12-20-2016, 11:25 AM   #4
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Great video! I always enjoy these.
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Great stuff, MM!

The MMR definitely rates up there with some of my fondest hunting memories of all time.

Did Casey ever kill anything besides rats & brain cells there?
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Old 12-20-2016, 11:49 AM   #6
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Thanks! I love watching these.
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Excellent video Michael as usual....really enjoyed the post hunt monologue.
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Old 12-20-2016, 12:53 PM   #8
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Great stuff, MM!

The MMR definitely rates up there with some of my fondest hunting memories of all time.

Did Casey ever kill anything besides rats & brain cells there?
LOL! He managed to kill a hog on our first trip before they became educated.

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Old 12-20-2016, 02:14 PM   #9
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Great video as always Michael.

I agree with more videos from the "Killing Tree".
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Old 12-20-2016, 02:56 PM   #10
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Good stuff! Y'all got any open spots for lease next year? I know Glen is missing being around me!
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Old 12-20-2016, 03:56 PM   #11
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The center, or hub, of deer hunting is it's camp.

Very well done Michael.
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Old 12-20-2016, 04:45 PM   #12
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Awesome Job Michael...
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enjoyed it.
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Great video MM, thanks for sharing.
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I'm pretty much speechless after watching that...this video sums up what going "hunting" means to me...making lifelong memories. Thanks for taking the time to film and produce these videos, Michael. Looking forward to the next episode!


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I always had a feeling that I was being watched at the MMR.






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I don't generally eat chili for breakfast. The coworkers don't appreciate what the beans do to me...

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Old 12-20-2016, 08:44 PM   #18
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Well done Michael!
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I have a little input on the MMR. It might get lengthy...
I was hesitant to take up the bow for years. I was a gun hunter and didn't really understand why anyone, that wasn't a felon, would have any desire to hunt deer with a bow? A guy I met on a fishing forum told me how much he enjoyed bow hunting and how he really had no desire to hunt with a gun. Another guy, I met on a lease I was on, was upgrading his bow and insisted I should buy his old one. He'd been trying all season long to talk me into trying out the whole bow hunting thing. He told me he'd sell me his ready to hunt bow for $50 if id just give it a try. I figured I might as well give it a shot. I could always sell the bow if I didn't like it, and probably make a profit?
I bought the bow, took it home and put it in the closet. It stayed there for some time until I finally decided to get it out one day and shoot it. Keep in mind, I knew ZERO about a bow! I did manage to figure out how to clip the release on and attach an arrow to the string. I didn't know what I was supposed to do with all of those pins, but I set up some sort of target and launched an arrow that general direction.
Well, that didn't go so well. I will leave that part of the story right there and just say I put the bow back in the closet with no real intention of trying to shoot it again!
That following winter, I got an invite from that guy I met on the fishing forum. He explained he had an opportunity for me to tag along on a hunt outside of Cotulla. I explained I wasn't a bow hunter and would only consider going if he could get approval for me to take my rifle. "Larry" said he'd ask, but assured me he could get my bow set up and have me shooting well enough to hunt in no time. I thought he was crazy, but reluctantly accepted the invite.
We drove down to Cotulla and stayed in a dive of a motel. I wondered what I was getting myself into. We made it out to the ranch and Larry got me set up, just as he said he would. I was really amazed at how easy he made learning to fling arrows!
When the time to hunt rolled around, he told me we'd be hunting a blind called the Hubble. He explained it was made from an old satellite dish, hence the name. We got all settled in and in no time we had deer or a deer in front of us. I don't remember if she was solo or not, but I had the green light to shoot!
I'd read the magazines and watched the shows, for years, about hunting in South Texas. I never thought I'd get a chance to do so, and never in my life would I have imagined hunting there with a bow! After all, didn't you need tall trees and some sort of weird stand that strapped on your feet while you made your way up that tree, to be able to bow hunt?
Back inside Hubble, Larry coached me and videoed, as I took my first shot at a deer on my first hunt with a bow. He whispered, "aim low". He'd drilled this in my head during practice, explaining how deer would often duck when the arrow was released. "aim low" I heard as I drew the arrow back. When it came time to release, my tunnel vison had kicked in and all of those years of putting the crosshairs where you want the bullet to go won out. I released the arrow with the pin settled dead on the vitals! Just as he had warned, the doe ducked down in some sort of matrix move and the arrow sailed right over her back!
What a rush! Even more, he got it on video!
It's hard to know, but I wonder if I'd still be bow hunting now, if my first experience hadn't been at the MMR with one of the guys that got his chance on one of the early "Charity Hunts"?
I didn't get a deer that first season with my bow, but learned a lot on that hunt and in the year to come from a guy that has been my "bow mentor" ever since. When the next season rolled around, I stuck my first doe on my lease outside of Cisco. I owe it all to Larry and the generosity of The Boss for allowing him to take a newb along with him to the infamous MMR!
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Great stuff Michael and Tim^^^

So neat to hear where inspiration comes from.
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Very nice video, Michael, you captured the comradiere and the around the campfire scene. Great job!
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I think I have watched all your videos over the past few months. This is probably the best simply because the old TBH pics and stories from the MMR is what made me pick up a bow for the very first time. Thanks for taking us along...really enjoyed it.

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Old 12-21-2016, 08:25 AM   #24
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I have a little input on the MMR. It might get lengthy...
I was hesitant to take up the bow for years. I was a gun hunter and didn't really understand why anyone, that wasn't a felon, would have any desire to hunt deer with a bow? A guy I met on a fishing forum told me how much he enjoyed bow hunting and how he really had no desire to hunt with a gun. Another guy, I met on a lease I was on, was upgrading his bow and insisted I should buy his old one. He'd been trying all season long to talk me into trying out the whole bow hunting thing. He told me he'd sell me his ready to hunt bow for $50 if id just give it a try. I figured I might as well give it a shot. I could always sell the bow if I didn't like it, and probably make a profit?
I bought the bow, took it home and put it in the closet. It stayed there for some time until I finally decided to get it out one day and shoot it. Keep in mind, I knew ZERO about a bow! I did manage to figure out how to clip the release on and attach an arrow to the string. I didn't know what I was supposed to do with all of those pins, but I set up some sort of target and launched an arrow that general direction.
Well, that didn't go so well. I will leave that part of the story right there and just say I put the bow back in the closet with no real intention of trying to shoot it again!
That following winter, I got an invite from that guy I met on the fishing forum. He explained he had an opportunity for me to tag along on a hunt outside of Cotulla. I explained I wasn't a bow hunter and would only consider going if he could get approval for me to take my rifle. "Larry" said he'd ask, but assured me he could get my bow set up and have me shooting well enough to hunt in no time. I thought he was crazy, but reluctantly accepted the invite.
We drove down to Cotulla and stayed in a dive of a motel. I wondered what I was getting myself into. We made it out to the ranch and Larry got me set up, just as he said he would. I was really amazed at how easy he made learning to fling arrows!
When the time to hunt rolled around, he told me we'd be hunting a blind called the Hubble. He explained it was made from an old satellite dish, hence the name. We got all settled in and in no time we had deer or a deer in front of us. I don't remember if she was solo or not, but I had the green light to shoot!
I'd read the magazines and watched the shows, for years, about hunting in South Texas. I never thought I'd get a chance to do so, and never in my life would I have imagined hunting there with a bow! After all, didn't you need tall trees and some sort of weird stand that strapped on your feet while you made your way up that tree, to be able to bow hunt?
Back inside Hubble, Larry coached me and videoed, as I took my first shot at a deer on my first hunt with a bow. He whispered, "aim low". He'd drilled this in my head during practice, explaining how deer would often duck when the arrow was released. "aim low" I heard as I drew the arrow back. When it came time to release, my tunnel vison had kicked in and all of those years of putting the crosshairs where you want the bullet to go won out. I released the arrow with the pin settled dead on the vitals! Just as he had warned, the doe ducked down in some sort of matrix move and the arrow sailed right over her back!
What a rush! Even more, he got it on video!
It's hard to know, but I wonder if I'd still be bow hunting now, if my first experience hadn't been at the MMR with one of the guys that got his chance on one of the early "Charity Hunts"?
I didn't get a deer that first season with my bow, but learned a lot on that hunt and in the year to come from a guy that has been my "bow mentor" ever since. When the next season rolled around, I stuck my first doe on my lease outside of Cisco. I owe it all to Larry and the generosity of The Boss for allowing him to take a newb along with him to the infamous MMR!
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing what impact the MMR and our hunts had on your own bowhunting beginnings!
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Thanks Hunter!
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Cooked up some of the duck tonight!

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Decided to turn it into my next Video Journal entry. I'll post it tomorrow.
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Cooked up some of the duck tonight!

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Mmmmmmm. Duck! Can't wait to see if it was tasty or not!


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Side note: That is not normal for a flare, the oil dump got stuck closed/filled up/ and sent raw oil out to the flare and thats why the smoke. Hopefully they got to it before it started raining fire.
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Side note: That is not normal for a flare, the oil dump got stuck closed/filled up/ and sent raw oil out to the flare and thats why the smoke. Hopefully they got to it before it started raining fire.

Thanks for clarifying that! It was a little scary when it happened, but then I started thinking it was normal. Thanks for the answer...that's why I included it in the video.
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Mmmmmmm. Duck! Can't wait to see if it was tasty or not!


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It was!...

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I shared this on Michael's FB Post, and I thought I would share it over here as well...

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I think your sentiments at the end of this edition, perfectly sum up "hunting" to me. Our 2400 acres "SW of Dallas" was one of my favorite spots on this planet. The actual hunting was phenomenonal, but the campfire was better. I loved hearing the Lee Boys tell of their escapades and give us newbies advice about EVERYTHING under the sun.

Those, like yourself, who have experienced those types of influences, people that are more than just friends and family, they are people that you genuinely love. When you mix that type of environment with being outdoors in God's Creation, it really doesn't get better.

It's why we do, what we do. The hunting and killing of an animal is so minuscule in the grand scheme of things. The fire, the fellowship, and the memories are what I cherish the most. Those videos are the perfect outlet to seal these memories for years to come.

As I reflect back on my time with John and his Brothers, I don't wish for one more deer, or one sit in a blind with him... I long for just one more campfire. I learned so much, and solved so many problems under the stars beside a hot bed of mesquite coals in Tom Green County. For me, it couldn't have been any better.

I appreciate your work as always Mi Amigo... Merry Christmas!!!
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Side note: That is not normal for a flare, the oil dump got stuck closed/filled up/ and sent raw oil out to the flare and thats why the smoke. Hopefully they got to it before it started raining fire.


I'm surprised the separator didn't high level esd and shut in the well. Maybe it doesn't have that feature. Hmmmm.


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That does look tasty!!!


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Thanks for sharing that, Matt. We were fortunate to share a virtual campfire with John. His influence is evident.
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All of us here have been blessed by the amazing generosity of Michael in his brainchild that is TBH. I consider many here not only lifelong friends but truly as close to me as family.

Some of us have been even further blessed through Michael's amazing generosity with his modest slice of heaven in what is the MMR. Most of us would lock a place like this up tight and only allow access to a very select few. Luckily for many of us, Michael was quite the opposite. Hunting South Texas was something I’d only dreamed of and read about in the words of the likes John Wooters. My Charity trips to the MMR made it a reality. Incredible hunts and more incredible fellowship.

Later on, Michael allowed me to pay my brother back for years of taking me hunting in the sandhills of NW Oklahoma and he was lucky enough to connect on what I believe is the best buck taken off the MMR today.



Write up: My First South Texas Buck
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All of us here have been blessed by the amazing generosity of Michael in his brainchild that is TBH. I consider many here not only lifelong friends but truly as close to me as family.

Some of us have been even further blessed through Michael's amazing generosity with his modest slice of heaven in what is the MMR. Most of us would lock a place like this up tight and only allow access to a very select few. Luckily for many of us, Michael was quite the opposite. Hunting South Texas was something Id only dreamed of and read about in the words of the likes John Wooters. My Charity trips to the MMR made it a reality. Incredible hunts and more incredible fellowship.

Later on, Michael allowed me to pay my brother back for years of taking me hunting in the sandhills of NW Oklahoma and he was lucky enough to connect on what I believe is the best buck taken off the MMR today.



Write up: My First South Texas Buck

You're making me blush! Thanks for sharing that, Devin!
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