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Re: Coywolfs in Mn
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Coyote pic first ever only had wolf pics before North east of McGregor

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Posted on: 5/18 16:39:56
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Re: Food Plots
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Bottle bass I gonna send you a p.m.

Posted on: 5/15 15:04:28
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Re: Food Plots
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Clover this year already.

Posted on: 5/15 15:01:56
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Re: Food Plots
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If you can have a mix and maybe put some oats in with it it should be fine. Clover sprouts runners (stolies I believe they are called) and grows back well. It handles grazing pressure well. We had a food plot with brassica and Clover planted last year late summer together that the deer ate both of them and the Clover has come back strong this year already. Had it been just brassicas it would have been a fallow/bare field right now; this way we have something growing up right away and Not a bare field with no food in it.

Posted on: 5/15 14:59:27
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Re: Food Plots
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Hey bottlebass, a clover mix is a must for any food plot program. It is one of the first things to green up in our food plots each year and the deer are in there all the time spring summer and fall. they were pawing through the snow in April to get at it on my trail cam pics. You can get 3 to 5 years out of a clover food plot and over seed it or frost seed it each year in spring. It has a lot of protein in it as well. Come late summer you can seed turnips or radish into it also besides having a Whole Food plot of brassicas also. Steve Bartylla a expert hunting land manager suggests a ring of clover around the outside of your brassica plot as it is more shade tolerant also.

Posted on: 5/15 12:59:23
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Re: Big sandy (McGregor area) snow and ice conditions and fishing report
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We did find areas of slush pockets while drilling holes no issues drivingas we stayed on the roads on the Lake. got about 10 crappies OK day of fishing beautiful weather to fish in. Got some sun for sure.

Posted on: 3/18 9:27:58
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Big sandy (McGregor area) snow and ice conditions and fishing report
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Hello does anyone have a recent report on the big sandy area by McGregor area ice conditions and snow depth along with a fishing report possibly? Heading up that way tomorow to fish.

Posted on: 3/16 13:12:44
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Re: Ice?
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How did you do fishing on big pine?

Posted on: 2017/12/21 10:52
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Re: Wolf Experience
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I have been hunting the past 12 years northeast of big sandy lake and this last year have had more wolves on camera and seen more sign. previous years i have had scat and tracks near my deer stand but opening morning of rifle season this year i saw my first wolf there. it came trotting past my stand at 45 yards then an hour later another lone wolf out in clear cut 120 yards away. they are big when you see them fairly close. makes me more thoughtful when entering and exiting the woods than the usual.

Posted on: 2017/12/6 9:54
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Re: New Tires
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hancook

Posted on: 2017/10/29 21:39
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