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06 22 2014 updated
Welcome, Almost Heaven Outfitters, L.L.C. is no longer involved with a W.V. Hunting Lease. That lease in West Virgina still exist but will be operated by a West Virgina based Almost Heaven Hunting Club. If you are interested in the Almost Heaven Hunting Club you may call me and I will answer your questions or direct you to the other officers in charge of the Almost Heaven Hunting Club. This web page will soon change to reflect that activity. Thank You. God Bless davidRead the testimonials and look at the photos to learn more about how David can help you become an expert bow hunter.
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Video of trophy bucksCheck out video of trophy bucks that are still alive and waiting for you at Almost Heaven Outfitters.
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Thrasher Buck, Brandon and Al Perelli - 7
2009 Bow Season Brandon Perelli , Al Perelli , with Als buck Thrasher Buck. Brandon, passed on nice high six point, holding out for a big one. Al was just down the spine, in his stand and this big ole brute was down below them on a doe. She came up, and the buck was thrashing saplings and briers trying to get to the top of the ridge where she went. He made it finally, Als heart was a pounding, the buck came with in range and he released, the string hit his arm, made a loud noise, the arrow hit, the buck took off, he thought he heard it fall, and then he waited two hours before tracking. Alot of prayers and then, there Thrasher lay, in a log jam. Relief is not the word really. Pure happiness. You can ask Al about the incidents that led up to this senerio. He was estatic to connect on this Thrasher Buck.
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2009 - 1 - Lonny Foshia, 1 st One on One Coaching Class and Results
Foshia, Lonny says: 'I met Dave several months ago when he started working at my job. Dave was humble, and quiet Christian. Once he felt comfortable though, the delusional stories of grander, begin to leek out. Slowly, we all began to hear about the monsters of Daves 6000 acres. Oh they are nothing special, just our average bucks. The man breaks state records and all he has to say is basically EH? You see, a man never says he is a man, for his actions show it. A great tracker, never says he is great; he just leads you to your deer, after you call his cell for help. A great hunter never says he is great; he just invites you over and lets you flip through his photo albums and stare in awe at the deer on his wall. All this man has to say about 150s and 160+ is,I can show you how, smiles, and leaves it at that. OK, I am interested. A little background on me: I have been hunting for 20 or so years now. I know my way around the woods. My dad was in Nam. I have learned all about signs and how to track and certain things to look for. I have spent whole summers running round the woods being caked in poison ivy till well into the season. I have been privileged enough to take out 4-8pts along with several other deer. I am not the greatest out there by no means. I learned everything I could from my old man who was taking a buck every year for 20 some years with a bow before I even started hunting. 1 thing that stuck with me that he said long time ago was, there is better out there then me. For almost 20 years I have been looking for that guy-. I knew the how, I knew the when, I know really close to the where, what I didn not know was the WHY. I decided to go to Daves web site and see what he was all about. There I found lots of questions I found that I could not completely answer. For example If you saw this rub in your woods what would it mean to you? well to me it means there is a buck around, depending on the size, a big buck. I take Dave to my hunting grounds; woods that I have been playing in since I was 5 years old. Upon our first rub I tell him what I know. Dave softly chuckled. You have much to learn my little pebble. (an inside joke from work) then he begins to measure all kinds of things on the tree with his ruler. you see this deer chose this tree because of the lighting and wind direction. He feels safe here because of this over here and he is 80 yards from that over there, judging by these marks here he is 12 pts, 200lbs, with a light hazy brown spot back by his butt, kind of like snoopy. He likes soft music on Tuesdays and likes moonlight walks under the apple orchard... Now of course I exaggerated the last part, but you get my drift. This continues for like 20 minutes and I am thinking I need to be smoking what this guy is. He even will tell you up front that, quote; What I am about to learn ya, might sound crazy at first, but its all going to make sense. Man, he was not BSn! Then what he was saying DID begin to connect all the missing dots, that I have not been able to fill in. Light bulbs like fireworks filled my head. We go to all my favorite spots and I begin to learn all my wrongs, and rights. Many times I heard you are close, but not quite. Hours and hours we talked about types of trees, rings of 12, just tons and tons of stuff that made my head hurt. He was right, though about lots of things. Daves like a Websters dictionary of all the hunting stuff you never knew. When you can learn the WHY it covers the how, the when and the where. That last ones KEY. Where do I want to be to get that trophy buck? It is not delusional stories of grander. This guys for real. Its your buck, on your wall. Do you want a story of a lifetime or dont you? Dave can show you.In closing, this mans character is one that I can rank with my father, and grandfather. 2 of the finest men I know. God rest pappys soul. Thanks for everything so far this year man. Hope I can shoot all that work we put in so far. We still have much to talk about dont we Dave? -Lonny
Read: 2009 Lonny Foshia 2 , to hear about his first sighting of Mr. Big. He had photos of a few other bucks in the area. Two were nice, but i informed him that they were not what he was looking for. They were not nearly big enough. I encouraged him to continue to follow all the advice that I had given him, while we were Ground Truthing together. I wanted him to keep checking on that unsuspecting, totally crazy bedding spot. Lonny thought it was one of thoes, no way would he be there, and at that time of day,in that little of cover, out in the open where everyone can see him, areas. However, Lonny followed the advice given, checking the area , by using the correct approach, looking into it, but with out entering, and was rewarded with a glimpse of the biggest buck he had ever seen,on his hunting ground,in his life. To say that he was excited would be an understatement. I wish I could put the phone call on here for you to hear. Often times, we can be so close and yet so far. Twenty yards can be an eternity. Most folks will hunt an area, all their life,and never see what is really there. My classes will open your eyes to what is really there, but you do not see. Lonny is a believer. Perhaps I can help you too...Congratulations Lonny, You got to see Mr. Big '
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