I'll continue working construction projects. Sit in the woods and learn more about Turkeys. We take our dogs to the lake almost every evening (year round)and bank fish at the same time. Constantly finishing and starting new hunting projects. Replace 12 windows and 2 huge sliding glass patio doors in the house I'm living in. Finish the 1,200 sq. ft. 2 story trex deck at my house in the mountains. I got it about halfway framed up by myself before the storms hit. There really isn't enough daylight hours in one day for me. Work outdoors through another hot spring/summer/fall with usually little to no shade. One thing never changes from year to year and that's my daily thoughts about duck hunting, relaxing in the evenings, and visiting this forum. I never have and never will have anything to do with dick hunting.
You're all really brave to reply on a dick hunting thread. It will take dsilby a while to live that one down.
Right now I'm watching for the herring run, just started showing in Humboldt Bay, but it is usually tough to find them because it is a big area of eelgrass they spawn in. Crescent City is usually a week later and works better for me. CDFW put in a 25# daily limit last year, so I might have to go a couple times. I treat and put most bait, better than you can buy, but pickle half dozen pints and more as kipper/canned too.
Then Aleutians later this month into March. I don't go as much as I used to since it is such a fence-liners sky bust show. But just before it closes I can avoid that with a mid day hunt and have a satisfying decoy hunt.
Ah the ocean... Razor clams or beach cockles on early spring tides. Then the ocean fishing starts. I don't think anyone is going to like the salmon seasons we're given. But Pacifics (and Calihali in the Bay), rockfish and hopefully albacore will get me through summer.
Mountain quail and grouse is the second week of September. Chanterelles are usually popping up in my secret spruce groves by then.
And hopefully Saskatchewan in late September/early October.
"A man's penis was discovered at a gas station in Alabama earlier this week, reports say.
According to Lagniappe, a weekly newspaper which covers news in the Mobile and Baldwin County, Alabama, areas, police received a call on Monday morning about "a human penis" that had been discovered at Midtown Mobile, a gas station in Mobile, Alabama."
A man's penis was discovered at a gas station in Alabama earlier this week, reports say.According to Lagniappe, a weekly newspaper which covers news in the Mobile and Baldwin County, Alabama, areas, police received a call on Monday morning about "a human penis" that had been discovered at...