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Langston
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Cenla
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Very nice


BarDTiger81
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nurfeast lowsyana
Member since Jul 2011
15639 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Nice


dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Thanks....can't wait for the hunt after Christmas


guesswho
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BATON ROUGE
Member since Apr 2011
1348 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
where in ozarks? I use to live up there


dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Just south of Flippin (Rea Valley)


Nascar Fan
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Columbia La.
Member since Jul 2011
15787 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Looks nice up there.
Congrats to ya'll on your kills


smoked hog
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Arkansas
Member since Nov 2006
696 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Beautiful area, my grandparents lived in norfork growing up. Spent years up there just hanging out at the trout dock. If I could convince my wife I would move back up there tomorrow.


dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
The wife loves it up there.....once the kids leave the nest we might be up there full time.


CtotheVrzrbck
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Tulsey Town
Member since Dec 2007
25333 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Welcome to Arkansas. You did move to the most Yankee part of the state not named Bentonville, USA.


smoked hog
Arkansas Fan
Arkansas
Member since Nov 2006
696 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Yeah but the fishing on the miracle mile almost cancels them out. Still love that area as much as any in the state. Of course being able to grab a boat and motor or fish off of the dock anytime kind of skews my feelings of the area.


dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
I have the best of both worlds...my folks have a place on the White River just north of Cotter and I have 240 acres and cabin 20 miles away.


smoked hog
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Arkansas
Member since Nov 2006
696 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Yeah I'm jealous. I have the perfect set up in the delta for bass and duck, even a few monster deer running around. But man I miss the hills, trout fishing > everything else for this guy.


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NimbleCat
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Houston, TX
Member since Jan 2007
5802 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Wow, that is an amazing view. Nice piece of property.


tigers84
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Member since Jun 2008
2447 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Nice


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dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Nimblecat.....we looked for 2 years in Texas but could not find anything for less than $4000 an acre that we liked. North Arkansas is an unkown commodity. BTW....taxes on the 240 acres was $600 last year.


CtotheVrzrbck
Arkansas Fan
Tulsey Town
Member since Dec 2007
25333 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
quote:

North Arkansas is an unkown commodity.



Shhhhh! That's the way we want to keep it.


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dandug001
LSU Fan
Shreveport
Member since Oct 2011
1550 posts
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re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
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Flippin


Best Walmart I have ever been to was in Flippin. Love that area. Stayed on the buffalo south of Yellville in October. Caught a huge Smallmouth


dante
LSU Fan
Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
9406 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
I have spent to much time and money in the Flippin Walmart. Had to buy 2 new tires there last week. The gravel roads are hell on tires.


CtotheVrzrbck
Arkansas Fan
Tulsey Town
Member since Dec 2007
25333 posts

re: Thanksgiving in the Ozarks (pics included)
Not sure what you drive, but don't chince on tires living in that part of the state. The Goodyear Wranglers at Wal*Mart are a good value.

I run MT-R's with the kevlar sidewall on my Bronco they throw gravel like the dickens but I'm confident I won't be getting flats, I'd be f'd if I did because the tire carrier was taken off and bondo'd over by one of the PO's. It looks rad but I don't have an easy way to carry a spare when I've got the BKO loaded down for a camping trip.


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