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If I find bigfeet for $200 a dozen, I buy them. See them listed for $250-$275 often.
Yep, she knows her place...and she likes to pose for the camera.
Had the volume turned off, Doc's twelve footers look a little short to me....:sp
This was this spring when I was getting things opened up for summer. Plywood lids are slid back underneath the roof. You can kind of see the track...
The plywood lids are on a sliding track system. They slide under the roof when not in use. I'll see if I can find a picture.
It'll be interesting to see what happens. Good post. Thanks LBS!
@bbfky thank you. We use stalk bundles. 5 corn stalks zip tied in three places in each bundle. 8 bundles per shooting hole. I've hunted a couple...
Pictures are out of order, hopefully they help.
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A little off topic but.... I've found it helps keep the floor from rotting out, to set the pit on concrete blocks in the hole. Also easier to pull...
Thanks for sharing!!!
Saw two small feeds in central Illinois today. 2:00 pm. 2-300 birds in each.
@Jay Mo 37 thanks for sharing the pics... Getting ready to start my third decoy. Here is a picture of the second one I finished up.[ATTACH]
Mother nature trying to save her tundra!
Awesome, looking forward to the photos!