Sardis Camp

 

A couple of my friends joined me and two of my dogs for an overnight on my land along Lake Sardis in south eastern Oklahoma.  We paddled in and found a nice place to camp.  Curley used his harness and travois to help pull gear into camp.  Bruce Day and I scouted out the boundaries of the property and Ed Bradway got a fire going and cooked up a tremendous supper.  We saw plenty of deer sign, some squirrels, geese and even a bear bed.  Bruce found some droppings he is sure were from elk.  I hope so, because my lifetime hunting license allows me to hunt elk every year in Oklahoma!

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Just after dark, the dogs alerted us to some deer moving through the woods just uphill of our camp.  The morning of our departure dawned foggy and overcast.  We did a little more exploring and canoed out on a lake as smooth as glass.  What a beautiful day!

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I am feeling very blessed to have found such a great piece of land for my camping and hunting adventures!  Being on a good fishing lake makes it extra special!

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5 Responses to Sardis Camp

  1. Looks like an awesome piece of property! It’ll look awesome all greened up. You did good my friend. Can’t wait to visit !

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  2. Joseph Karl Houseman says:

    WOW Gabe, that’s sweet! Bet there’s some catfish in that lake that would put a bend in your rod!

  3. Joseph Karl Houseman says:

    Bass are fun to catch but nothing beats catfish for eating, baked, fried or best of all, smoked!

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