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Hi there from North Carolina.

Hi there. Are there any other disabled hunters on the site besides myself? If so, please feel free to add me and we can swap stories, hunting tips and advice.

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John Jackson

John Jackson

The State of Tennessee and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has a hunting area set aside specifically for hunters who are experiencing physical limitations. There are paved paths and strategically developed clearings and meadows that allow for good hunting overlooks. I'll try and find what it is called. It's in East Tennessee and an episode of Tennessee's Wildside featured it (TNWildside.org)
Seth P.

Seth P.

John that's awesome. Scott, there is also a disabled access program for sportsmen that the state of North Carolina puts out: ncwildlife.org/Hunting/LearnResources/DisabledHuntingProgram.aspx
John Jackson

John Jackson

The Tennessee area I mentioned is called the Cordell Hull WMA Wheelchair bound area. For information about the dates and regulations of the Wheelchair bound only hunts, contact the following: TWRA Region III office at 1-800-262-6704 or write to TWRA, Wheelchair Hunts, 464 Industrial Blvd., Crossville, TN 38555
Scott Hall

Scott Hall

Thanks John and Seth. Any info is greatly appreciated. I hope both of you have a great hunting season this year. God bless.
Olivia St. James

Olivia St. James

Well my teacher who takes me hunting is disabled. He can still walk, but it's very hard for him. But he always manages to get up there. Without him I wouldn't be able to go hunting. No one else in my family goes hunting that would've taken me. Thanks to him I got my first deer on my first day of my first season. If you look on my photo from First hunt, you will see him standing behind me. He's going to take me moose hunting, if either of us gets drawn from the Vermont moose lottery. And he is going to take me hunting all of deer season, my last youth, and youth and regular turkey hunting. I owe him alot. It's because of him, I found the one thing I really love to do on earth. It was just to bad I hadn't gone hunting before, and knew that if a deer was walking and you couldn't get them to stop you just made a bleat, or grunt, or whistle and they would stop. If I knew that I would've gotten a 10 point buck for my first deer.
Scott Hall

Scott Hall

Olivia I wish you the best of luck this hunting season and beyond. Good luck in getting drawn for the Vermont moose tag. That would be a great hunt. I just got drawn yesterday for the 2012 Illinois whitetail gun season so I'm stoked about that. I hope you have a successful season this year. Stay safe, have fun and make lots of good memories. Always remember, the kill is just the icing on the cake. The trip and the experience is the real trophy.
Audra Goss

Audra Goss

I've sent my dad an invite. My dad has had Parkinson's for almost 20 years, but he still goes hunting. We actually built two different stands that are designated for him and my 82-year-old grandfather, so that it's safe for them to get out in the woods. Hunting with them is the only time I'll do the buddy system - I'll help them get their gear in the stand and then I'll head off to my stand, and since my dad can't talk most of the time, we text any updates or decisions while we hunt.
Scott Hall

Scott Hall

Audra that's really cool that you help to be able to still enjoy hunting and the outdoors. My dad and other family members have always helped me to get to the woods and get situated, etc. Dad has been with me on all my successful big game hunts and now that he's getting on in years(hes 82) I now drive him to the woods. Making memories is what it's all about. A kill is just icing on the cake. Good luck to you and your dad and granddad this season. I hope you make lots of memories and get a buck or two as well. :)
Olivia St. James

Olivia St. James

Hey Scott have you heard of the track chair? My dad met the maker of them. And he owns a hunting ranch in New Hampshire. Loon mountain. My dad is hooking up a hunt with him for him me and my brother. If you want my dad says he rents them out during the seasons to people instead of buying them. Until the messaging system is up, why don't you email me and I can get you hooked up with him and he might be able to get you a cheaper chairs. Email me at: lonewolfvt1@yahoo.com
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