Champion, Phillip
October 2006
Southern Sporting Journal;Oct2006, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p54
The article provides information on the deer hunting experiences of teenagers Hayden Samples and Casey Dove in a town called Rolling Rock in Mississippi. The Dove family drives over from Louisiana to hunt the area. Samples and his dad make the long haul from Pascagoula, Missisippi. In 2005, on the day before the Sunflower Wildlife Management Area was opened to deer doggers, Casey shot a buck that set tongues wagging but not unlike what happened to Hayden in 1999.


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