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Josh Legg

Upland Game Birds
North Carolina, US
Hi there!
I am Josh and I grew up in a small coal mine town in Boone County, West Virginia
I come from a long line of coal miners, federal Moonshine revenue agents, and loggers who hunted and fished along the Appalachian mountains where they lived.
That tradition was passed down through generations. Even though I now live in North Carolina, we always return home to hunt and fish.
I'm 37 years old and married to a beautiful and understanding wife of 17 years; we have 3 daughters.
I have a strong faith in Jesus Christ and have helped plant several churches in our community. Planted successful ministry groups where the love of God was shown through the outdoors
I'm looking forward to meeting all of you.
I am very thankful for this opportunity that Wild Society has given me, allowing me to network with like-minded people.
Happy hunting and fishing and remember take someone along with you, teach them every detail of the sport you are passionate about, and you never know the possibilities of what a friendship holds.
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"My Upland Vest" by Josh Legg
My hunting vest is a vital part of my hunt. The dogs now know that when the vest is out, it’s time to hunt! They identify me wearing the vest with water, snack food, and occasionally the birds harvested.
June 7, 2017
Appalachian Ruffed Grouse
In the back of my mind is this Big Foot, Yeti, Sasquatch type bird better known as Appalachian Grouse that kept pushing me forward...
March 8, 2017
Waiting on the Woodcock
The preparation phase of the upcoming Woodcock hunt starts in late fall when the heavy snow and cold starts pushing migrating woodcock into North Carolina...
February 5, 2017