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Over the years we have all built, made stuff for hunting. Some of them are great and some not so much. I built this little trailer for pulling behind my quads. 3 x 4 x by 3 feet deep. Little rack for hauling the pram an it holds 6 dozen dekes in bags real well. Wheel spacers and ATV tires so it doesn’t leave ruts
Some of my buddies and I are in the process of trying to get a snow goose spread together, just wondering some opinions from you snow goose guys.
Have you had much success w/ repainting old duck and goose floaters for snows? Much success decoying the birds to these type of decoys?
So, I’m lookin at a new dog. Been down the Labrador road before and while they hold a special place in my heart, I’m thinking about sumptin different: a German Wiredhaired Pointer.
I have to admit there were a couple of tears shed on the very last hunt this year as this would be the last Jr. season for Riley.
I am trying to paint/touch up a bunch of decoys. I am using an airbrush. Does anyone know what type/brand of paint would be best?
Our hunting seasons ended on Jan 28, so now we are getting back into dog training and running in Hunt Tests, mostly HRC and possibly one or two NAHRA and AKC tests.
Then it dawned on me..... What the hell is going on with shrimp? Are local better? Are white better? Are pink better? $16 in one place for supposedly the same shrimp at $11 at another? What's going on here? How do I figure out what the best shrimp are?
It’s 37 degrees in the darn Everglades. Don’t want to get out of the truck. How did I hunt in way below freezing weather growing up?
Somebody turn on the global warming.
Hunting in the grasslands fog for old folks isn't as easy as it used to be. My hunting partner today was Tommy, who I've hunted and fished with for a number of decades. We really realized that the two of us can't see, hear, or move as fast as we did in our younger days.
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