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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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CaughtABuzz wrote:
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It's advertised to do the same things you are recommending yours for, whether or not it does that I don't know. I only have 20 acres and 2 cameras right now. Next year I could try to scale your recipe down. This is all a little new to me so I'm flying by the seat of my pants so far. They did like the apple flavor though, the deer seemed to stick around for about 8-10 mins.


Yeah that will work perfect.....there is no doubt in my mind that mineral will grow larger bucks and healthier does and fawns. The land we hunt was the same land my grandpa was born on, since the beginning they never consistently shot nice deer and it stayed this way until I started 20 years ago......in the last 10 we have really focused on food plots and mineral sites, we are also lucky to have a nice chunk of land and awesome neighbors that do the same.....Now we shoot a wall hanger or 2 every year and the neighbors do the same.

It is tough to scale down the recipe cause you get the 3 ingredients in 50lb bags....however I use a large tote to mix everything by pouring some of each in and stirring to mix equally. I use the entire tote in one day, but you could just mix a batch at beginning of season that fill a 5 gallon bucket for each re-fill, on 2 acres you could probably get 3 sites going that way?

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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Ran up and checked my cameras real quick today as I set out a salt lick for the first time last week. About 150 pictures of deer in a week, the same raccoon a couple nights and this turkey... where was he during the season...


Salt lick's are great for cams to attract animals....however I strongly recommend this mineral recipe. As deer need salt to replenish their system through the summer months blocks only do that

Mineral recipe has not only salt to attract but has a good content of calcium and phosphate which are 2 main components in developing antlers for bucks and helping does stay nutritious while they milk their fawns.....that recipe fills roughly 15 sites for me and cost $43, way cheaper than any blocks that would cover 15 sites

http://www.lakestatefishing.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=58507&start=0

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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Wow, those are some real good pictures. All in a month too. Do you use some kind of attractant or are they just placed on trails?

Looks like you have quite the diverse and healthy wild life population on your land.


Thanks....Starting next time I'm up there I will have all cams over Mineral sites. But for these pics they are just high traffic areas as I was scouting for turkey season.


Eyes4life
"Witch ones are wolves in your pictures?"

The pic after the cats is a wolf....then a few down after the bear there is a yote on the exact spot from the same cam, scroll back and forth and you will see it, smaller body, not as tall, legs are different, etc

Awesome turkey pick yodie.....look at all those beards touching the ground!

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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Big Bears!.....more cats, wolves, yotes, turkeys, porcupines, rabbits, skunks, and more

I crossed paths with a bobcat as I went to pull cam....unfortunately the cat walked just behind the cams as I approached, would have been cool to get both of us in cam as I was about 70 yds out

and for many of those who question there yote pics thinking their wolves....as I always say if you question it is not a wolf cause they are no doubters

Deer growing noticeable antlers by 4/20

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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Got up north to do some work on my land Wednesday. Checked my cameras while I was there. Same old, deer, coyote, coon, then this? What is this? Camera is 3.5-4 feet off the ground and on a tree that is only 4-5" in diameter. I think it's something climbing the tree but at 2 am? Any ideas? The game trail is way out in front of the camera and this tree is set back into the tree line a couple feet.


Porcupine is my guess....

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Re: Grilled Pheasant
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I have one pheasant left from last fall and would like to cook it tonight. It is skinned and gutted. I have done a stuffed pheasant in the oven that was very good but would like to try something different with this one. I thought about beer can pheasant but all the recipes call for a bird with skin intact. I would appreciate any recipes/tips for grilling pheasant.

I also have a mallard that i plucked at the end of the season last year, i wonder how beer can duck would be.....


Plucked would be ideal but not a must....I love doing my grouse this way, pheasant is also good. Here is a link to the recipe ive used many times.....the breast and parts of thigh are great, but like typical the legs have lots of tendons, have to pick out/eat around which some dont like

http://www.lakestatefishing.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=89690&forum=58&post_id=644991#forumpost644991

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Re: Advice for crispy deep-fried fritters?
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Thanks highbreeze. Anybody else have suggestions? I'm gonna experiment with every suggestion I get, and report back.


http://www.lakestatefishing.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=88032&forum=58&post_id=635120#forumpost635120

There's my buttermilk fried grouse, chicken, quail recipe which turns out great.

I use a buttermilk marinade for moisture and no egg wash for the birds.....after marinade pour into colander to drain but dont shake. Use a gallon ziploc and shake a few pieces at a time and lay on wire rack

For the Extra crispy go back and shake each piece a 2nd time in the flour coating.

konw you have a deep fryer with limts but depending on what your frying your chicken in.....if it is a large turkey fryer and the oil is not that high you can put over to do the pressure- broasted chicken method.....also could bump temo closer to 400 at start

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Re: Predator Hunters Poll
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adicited2outdoors wrote:
Buzz. I trap in south west Minnesota. Here in the farm land country. This past season is the best for coyotes that I've had. I'm really getting the hang of how to catch coyotes. It's an addiction now! Once you get in the triple digits for killing it's a hell of accomplish.



Oh man I believe you, congrats on your best season.....due to time and location and I haven't trapped, also would have no clue where to start. With the wknds I get I have really got into hunting them. Also was able to have my best season, even if I get higher #'s in the future that triple bobcat was once in a lifetime hunt!


Snow- That pic is incredible....those fox a huge and one animal I would love to get

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