Last night I was scrolling through youtube and came across a video that said "Remembering Charles Alsheimer". I had recently watched some videos from him a couple of weeks ago and had also read a recent article written by him not too long ago. So, I was like "what are they remembering him for?" Obviously it didn't take me long to figure out that Charlie had passed unexpectedly on Dec 30th. For those of you who don't recognize the name (I'm sure most of you do), Charles Alsheimer is probably the most knowledgeable outdoor writer/photographer there is. He was a senior editor for Deer & Deer Hunting magazine and he is big reason for the success of that publication over the years. I'm not sure if there are many people who have studied deer behavior and biology as much as he did. He is also one of the first to be able to make accurate movement predictions based on moon phase. Of all the famous researchers/hunters out there he was easily my favorite. Whenever I wanted to learn certain aspects of deer behavior I would just google his name along with whatever it was I was looking for an answer on. Many, many times I found good reliable info from some kind of research that he had done. It's a shame he is gone much too soon (age 70). He actually had harvested a decent buck earlier in the month at his home in New York. I'm just glad to know he was also a man of deep faith and someday I'll be able to hunt with him in the great forest in the sky. Hopefully, you will too. RIP Charles and thanks for greatly increasing my knowledge of these crazy animals we call whitetails.
daybreak: Can't think of a better place to take it easy then Astor. Good to hear things were fine.
Sept 23, 2021 17:51:46 GMT -5
fever3810: Wow. Glad your fine. Take time to recover and don't rush it.
Sept 22, 2021 5:05:16 GMT -5
Greenedog: Had a heart cath today. Everything is fine but I can't do much for a week so I think we'll just fly south and chill.
Sept 21, 2021 19:35:55 GMT -5
Greenedog: Yes but now I'm on my swing of working 6 out of 7 days working 12 hour shifts with a switch from days to nights in the middle. Whoever come up with this schedule was a psycho!
Jun 25, 2021 16:34:23 GMT -5
daybreak: Are you done covering for vacations yet, Troy?
Jun 23, 2021 19:45:44 GMT -5
Greenedog: Happy Father's Day to all the good dads out there!
Jun 20, 2021 18:17:09 GMT -5
Greenedog: The summer vacations have started and I have 60 hours of coverage next week. I'm too old for this crap! I just want to fish!
Jun 2, 2021 17:38:20 GMT -5
Greenedog: They were bedding in our ponds a couple weeks ago but this cool weather has them moved off.
May 12, 2021 9:55:20 GMT -5
fish371: Any signs of fish bedding yet? I'm coming down around the 19th and was looking for any information on bluegill.
May 8, 2021 11:17:37 GMT -5
Greenedog: They sure were at goosepondmonster's pit!
Mar 31, 2021 10:40:52 GMT -5
fish371: Are the fish biting down there yet?
Mar 30, 2021 19:35:48 GMT -5
Greenedog: Hey, I'm always open to a BB&B Fishtogether! LOL. If my work stays fully staffed I might get a little more time off this year and maybe we can do a meet up? Allegiant flights are cheap. I have no plans to move either, other than being a snowbird some day.
Jan 23, 2021 12:18:59 GMT -5
goosepondmonster: So...you are either moving down there or you are opening it up for the BB&B Florida Fishtogether.
Jan 22, 2021 9:32:18 GMT -5
Greenedog: Can't spill the beans just yet, but might be making a big announcement later this year in the "I love Astor" thread.
Jan 21, 2021 13:29:22 GMT -5
Greenedog: Get this night over with and I'm off until Christmas night. Hope you all have a great holidays! Merry Christmas!
Dec 19, 2020 20:05:07 GMT -5
daybreak: I'm going to acknowledge the anniversary, but quickly move on to the great year ahead! I'm ready for the new year!
Dec 14, 2020 8:31:11 GMT -5
Greenedog: It figures the 13th anniversary of BB&B would be in 2020.
Nov 27, 2020 9:52:15 GMT -5
Greenedog: Sorry, I just found the "gifs" on tapatalk.
Nov 14, 2020 17:34:44 GMT -5
Greenedog: Got 3 videos ready to upload but our darn internet has been to slow.
Oct 17, 2020 22:33:48 GMT -5