Warrior Hunts of Virgina

Warrior Hunts of Virgina


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Kenny and Lyn Harris with the bird Kenny killed
Kenny and Ashley Kevin Lockhart posing with Kennys turkey
I want to take a minute and reflect over the Warrior Hunts of Virginia event this past weekend. What a great group of people from hunters, friends, warriors, other veterans, the cooks and especially the people that made donations that made this all possible. We hunters got a first hand look at what theses men and women have gone through and are still going through and it simply has brought a new outlook to any veterans. Not to have a negative but our government needs to change how these people are taken care of and treated. They have risked their lives for us to live in the land of the free. Some of you may say well they knew what they were signing up for and you're right. They signed up to stand up and fight for their country and our freedom! Each of the veterans said a few words this weekend before dinner Saturday night talking about how this is part of their recovery and new friends and extended family they made. I'm not going to lie I had tears rolling down my face just as most everyone there did. I was the most
heart warming and moving event I have ever been associated with. None of us did for the reason "oh I'm helping a veteran, pat me on the shoulder" we did it because we wanted in some small way to show them some appreciation for what they stand for. Remember the service men and women leave behind family's, some return different people and some never return. So again, if you know a veteran a simple thank your for your service goes further than any of us can imagine. To Jimmy Blizzard, Kaleb Weakley, Kenny Weakley and Samantha Simonds--Thank you and know each of you have family in southern Virginia now!
Amazing two days of hunting with a great group of people!!!
Waiting one out!!!
This is an amazing idea. I pray that it will be a success.
Take and minute and read the following post. Thank everyone for the support!!
I think this is awsome!
Hope they have a great hunt!

This NP Organization has been started by Lunenburg and Mecklenburg partnering to bring in our wounde

Photos from Staunton-Meherrin Chapter- National Wild Turkey Federation's post 09/12/2022

Photos from Staunton-Meherrin Chapter- National Wild Turkey Federation's post

Warrior Hunts of Virgina updated their phone number. 04/26/2022

Warrior Hunts of Virgina updated their phone number.

Warrior Hunts of Virgina updated their phone number.


This weekend marked the 6th anniversary of Warrior Hunts of Virginia.
After a long two years of not being able to do our annual Mike Crowell Sring Gobbler Hunt due to Covid we were finally able to get back on track.
We brought in 2 First Responders, Rosser Wells and Devin Hall, and 2 Veterans, Tom Quicke and Barry Bevins. Ward Burton donated the Hero House in Brunswick, Va to our cause to house everyone for the hunt. We all had close encounters and Devin Hall was able to seal the deal on a stud of a spring gobbler.
I want to say a special thank you each and everyone of you that were involved to make this an absolutely great weekend.
Our guides included Brandon Martin, Jackson Queen, Edwin Foster, Doug Atkins, Bucky Daniels, Jeramiah Fix, Barry Connell and Johnny Seamster.
Our fabulous cook crew included Bob Tanner, Chris Lucy, Clayton Connell, Brent Allen and Noah Daniels.
I want to give a special thank you to all that donated and sponsored this special event—NWTF Staunton-Meherrin Chapter, Mossy Oak Properties Land and Farms Realty, Mossy Oak Properties, South Hill Home Depot, South Hill Walmart, South Hill Foodlion, Parker Oil, Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation and Ft. Pickett.
We’re looking forward to our next event.

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/23/2022

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/23/2022

Honoring our hunters for what they do and have done

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/23/2022

Devin Hall got a nice gobbler on the ground this morning just past 6:30


The Staunton-Meherrin Chapter is proud to be a sponsor for the 2022 Warrior Hunts of Virginia annual Mike Crowell Spring Turkey Hunt! Thanks to Johnny Seamster, Barry Connell and team for their efforts to give our veterans and first responders a memorable weekend of turkey hunting and fellowship!!!

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/22/2022

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/22/2022

Pop and our youngest volunteer Layton playing some corn hole!

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/22/2022

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/22/2022

Enjoying the evening! Eating good thanks to Robert M Bob Tanner and his cook crew!


Little corn hole playing

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 04/22/2022

Ward Burton stopped by and visited us for our spring gobbler hunt.


Warrior Hunts of Virginia is doing their 5th annual Spring Gobbler Hunt this year April 23-25. If you are a wounded veteran and interested in this hunt private message us.


Warrior Hunts of Virginia is having their forth annual Mike Crowell Spring Gobbler Hunt & Veteran Appreciation Event the weekend of the 25-27 of April. Ft. Pickett is hosting our hunt this year.
For the first time we are selling tickets to the public for our banquet.
Please let us know if you would like to purchase a ticket.


Our 3rd annual Warrior Hunts of Virginia Spring Gobbler Hunt will take place April 27-28. We are bringing in 6 hunters this year and hoping for a great success!


Happy Veterans Day to al those who have served our great country!!


Our first funder raiser for Warrior Hunts of Virginia
"The Big Nanny Contest"
NOVEMER 4th first day of Muzzleloader Season
$20-15 and under( They have their own category and money pot)
50/50 split
$30-16 and over(They have their own category and money pot)
50/50 split
Hoping that most or all of the meat to be donated to Hunters for the Hungry

Timeline photos 06/07/2017

Cuz supporting Warrior Hunts of Virginia!


Thank you to all our fallen servicemen and servicewomen for us to be able to enjoy FREEDOM!


Warrior Hunts of Virginia’s 2nd annual Spring Gobbler Hunt was a huge success!!! On the evening April 27th wounded veteran hunters arrived at the Days Inn in South Hill which was their lodging for the next 3 days. The Donut Shop supplied donuts and breakfast sandwiches to all the hunters and helpers on Friday and Saturday. Brian’s Steakhouse treated us all to lunch Friday. Bagley’s Mill Hunt Club prepared and accommodated us for dinner Friday night. The Tastee Freez (Big T) treated us to lunch on Saturday and Meherrin River Hunt Club accommodated us for our Saturday night feast. Shoppers Value in Kenbridge took care of all the meat for Friday and Saturday night’s Bar-B-Que dinner. Bob Tanner, Steve Moore, Clayton Connell, Paul Connell and Chris Simmons did the cooking on Saturday. Wilson Brother’s BBQ donated all the dinner sides and John Connell made homemade desserts. Chuck Dick with Valvline Oil donated face masks, hats and shells to the veterans for the hunt. Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative donated 2 hats and a tumbler to each hunter and Southside Friends of NRA donated each hunter a knife to each hunter. In a two day period 6 hunters killed 9 turkeys. This event was entirely possible by the Mecklenburg and Lunenburg community support.

This event is more than just a hunt, it’s therapy for the veterans.

We want to say a BIG “Thank You” to our sponsors:
Consumer Escrow & Title Co, Circle W Farms, Big Fork Farms, B & D Nursey, Rent-E-Quip, Farrar Sod Farms, Williams Enterprises, Gasburg Land & Timber Co., Inc., Access Outdoors, Brian’s Steakhouse, Taste Freez, Farrar Funeral Home, Wilson Bros. BBQ, The Donut Shop, C & K Custom Embroidery and Sports Apparel, Inc., Southside Friends of the NRA, Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative and Mossy Oak Properties of Virginia.

Our callers and volunteers:
Robert Bondurant, Marc Green, Doug Atkins, John Lee, Lyn Harris, Kevin Lockhart, Chuck Bagley, Jimmy Puckett, Todd Edens, Shane Rohrbaugh, Michael Bailey, Chuck Bagley, Barry Connell, Brian Williams and Johnny Seamster

Our wounded veteran hunters:
Ray Mestas from Norfolk, Luke Sanford from Virginia Beach, Tommy Powroznik from Prince George, Jerry Hale from Honaker, VA, Monte Webb from High Point NC and Bryan Montgomery Giles County VA.

God bless our service men and women!

Please take a look below at the all the pictures

Misc pictures for the weekend hunt and dinner 05/01/2017

Misc pictures for the weekend hunt and dinner

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 05/01/2017

Some of the turkeys taken on the hunt this past week end.


Looking for one wounded vet in Va for a turkey hunt April 28 & 29.


Getting ready for our April Spring Gobbler Hunt! It's going to be a great time. We are bringing in 5 new hunters. Some of our hunters from our last years hunt are coming for support for our new people. The community support of this has been outstanding! It's so good to see this support.

Photos from Warrior Hunts of Virgina's post 12/15/2016

Sorry to post this almost 2 weeks later but.........
A couple months ago we had 2 of our wounded vets from San Diego CA that came to hunt with us this past spring wanted to know if they could return to hunt with us on their dime and of course we welcomed them. Kaleb's dad was able to come in and join in too. Buck Farrar let them still hunt his farm and Meherrin River Hunt Club in South Hill took them dog hunting(they had never done that) and Michael Bailey gave them some where to still hunt as well. As an added bonus Jamie Smiley and Meherrin River Hunt Club got them in on a bear hunt Monday before they left and one was able to kill a 380 lb bear! Barry and Stacey Connell hosted supper and friends Friday night, Meherrin River Hunt Club fed us Saturday night and Brian Williams and friends hosted supper Sunday night. A great time was had by ALL! Six deer and a bear were taken over 3 days.
Apparently we made an impression on them to want to return on their dime and they surely made an impression on us!
This was a community effort by all and a sincere THANK YOU to everyone.
So take time and thank a service man or woman active for their service to this GREAT COUNTRY! A simple THANK YOU goes a long way and it doesn't cost a thing.


A day to remember and a thank you to all that have served to keep our country's freedom! Happy Veterans Day!!


Happy 4th everyone! Home of the brave land of the free! Thanks to everyone that keeps this possible!

Timeline photos 05/30/2016

Take a minute and remember the fallen.

Timeline photos 05/27/2016

Please remember the reason!


Waiting one out!!!


Amazing two days of hunting with a great group of people!!!




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