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HILLCOUNTRY OUTDOORS July 2013
Vol. 4 No. 36
Colt Hooker with a giant white humpback.
Jason Horton and Tic Strickland with a nice catch of flatheads. 158 East Road â€˘ Ecru, MS 38841 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Graden Hooker and Greg Graham have to work hard to hold up this giant appaloosa flathead.
Kyle Jumper gives his grabblin partner a thumbs up after catching this nice flathead.
Kennon Ferguson has a reason to smile with this 75 pounder. Page 4
Colt Hooker assists his wife Brooke, to proudy show off her first flathead caught grabbling.
Tic Strickland cradles this nice size kitten with confidence.
BIGGEST FISH WINNER
Colt Hooker took big fish honors at the North Mississippi Grabbling Tournament, on June 8th, at Sardis Reservoir, with this 72.4 lb. giant flathead.
Kyle Jumper with a giant that looks almost as big as him.
Three generations of Hookers make special memories grabbling during the North Mississippi Grabbling Tournament. Graden (left) Braxton (center) and Colt (right).
The father and son team of Graden Hooker (right) and Colt Hooker (left) recently took 3rd Place in the North Mississippi Grabbling Tournament with a total weight of 151.2 lbs.
Colt Hooker and Brent Spears with a pair of giants.
Danny Cobb will be eating good with this well-earned catch.
Tony Dodson and friend with the ladies from Girls Gone Grabbling.
Colt Hooker with giant humpback.
Barry Kidd (left) and son Clay Kidd (right) had a fun-filled day catching these nice redfish.
Colton Tubbs of Hernando with a nice largemouth that he recently caught at Pickwick.
Sadie Claire Cobb shows off her catch. Way to go Sadie Claire. Page 8
Henry Frasier with a giant 77 pound Tallahatchie River cat.
Lyle Webb proudly shows off his nice largemouth.
Sasha Ellis with here first grabbling cat.
Will Henson, Geoffrey King, Bart Adams and Lee Henson with some nice dolphins and tuna taken during a recent saltwater tournament.
Ole Cat Daddy (Eric Graham) and Colt Hooker with a nice pair of yellow kittys.
Barry Kidd is all smiles with this pair, a largemouth (left) and Kentucky spotted bass (right).
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RecipeMonth of the
Shrimp & Oyster PoBoy Ingredients sliced tomato shredded lettuce Tartar Sauce (see recipe below) Vegetable oil for frying 7 medium shrimp, peeled 5 medium oysters, shucked 1/2 cup 3 eggs 2 tablespoon 1 cup flour 1 hogie roll, split, buttered and lightly toasted salt and pepper, to taste garlic powder, to taste
Tartar Sauce: 1/2 cup chopped green onion 1/2 cup chopped dill pickle 1 cup mayonnaise 1/2 teaspoon
Directions Heat oil to 375 degrees in a dutch oven deep enough to completely cover shrimp and oysters. Place 1 cup of flour in a bowl and add House seasoning. In another bowl, beat 3 eggs and add hot sauce. Dredge shrimp in egg mixture and flour mixture and drop into hot oil one at a time. Fry until light brown (do not over cook). Lightly flour oysters and drop one at a time into hot oil. Fry until golden brown. To assemble sandwich, spread both insides of bread with tartar sauce. On the bottom piece, place shredded lettuce and sliced tomato. Add salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste. Place oysters on top of tomato. Place another layer of shredded lettuce and then place shrimp on top. Top that with bread and toothpick to hold sandwich together.
Tarter Sauce: In a bowl, combine chopped onion, pickle, mayonnaise, and House Seasoning and mix well.
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