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Re: Food Plots
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Clover plot that I should of sprayed week or 2 ago. Just got it done but should clean up nice since mostly grass and I put clethodim on it.

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Posted on: 5/31 17:55:32
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Re: Food Plots
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1/2 acre we cleared this spring. Planted clover and rye. Reseeded more clover today but need rain. Will cleth it all later to kill weeds and rye and possibly plant some sort of brassicas this fall for first year if doesn't fill in good enough.


Also killed off another acre for a fall plot and killed 1/3 acre of winter rye from last year for winter peas and possibly rye for this fall.

Now just need good rain down here for the year which lately has been no the hardest part

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Posted on: 5/19 14:32:41
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Re: Food Plots
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Acre half forage beans half acre sugar beats and about a tenth acre maybe of ladino clover in the shaded area.
All surounded by AG corn so hoping the beans hold up to the browsing into season. If not broadcast brassicas on it

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Posted on: 5/19 10:39:48
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Re: Food Plots
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I'm putting in soybeans corn clover rye sugar beats brassicas and winter peas this year. Not all together but throughout all of ours. Going to missouri this weekend to plant sugar beats and beans. Have some clover planted already. Beans and corn going in next week around home

Posted on: 5/15 18:24:19
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Rainy river for opener
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Heading up for opener. Think the walleyes will still be in river with be late ice out? I'm hoping so.

Posted on: 4/30 15:10:48
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Helix mega question
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Looking at getting a helix mega si. Question I have is with the original si transducer will I get the good reading like I keep seeing pictures of or do I need to upgrade tansducers?

Picture below is what I'm looking for

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Posted on: 4/27 8:49:54
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Re: 2018 Spring Turkey
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Congrats on the first bird. Don't matter if Jake or Tom it's exciting when the come in. I never thought I would like it watching it on TV untill I had my first tom come in hot and gobbling up a storm. Now I love it. I cooked mine today in a broaster. It's alright but might want a little gravy and BBQ. Eating it as I write this actually. I wanted to deep fry like I have before but ran out of time on getting oil.

Posted on: 4/21 20:58:40
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Re: Turkey archery?
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I've always used rage 2 blade. Same onse I use deer hunting and actually same ones I've shot deer with. Like then little dull so don't get as much penetration.

Posted on: 4/21 20:51:31
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Re: 2018 Spring Turkey
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I've noticed already today and yesterday less groups. My wife has a b tag so been scouting for her. Still seeing groups but not as big. Have a feeling things will start to heat up here very shortly.

Posted on: 4/20 21:40:33
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Re: 2018 Spring Turkey
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Went scouting mid day and saw a struttet about 3/4 mile down a gated off logging road on public land. So I loaded the gun grabbed my turkey on a stick and made my move. Made a loop to a hill side that they were on other side of and they were not where they were before. Went little farther and spotted them. Made a few calls and 3 Toms came 5 yards from me before I dropped the depot I was hiding behind and shot. Wanted the biggest beard but he stayed tight to one other bird so I shot the one away from the group. Have measured anything yet. Nothing huge but a nice bird and a real fun and different kill

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Posted on: 4/18 16:43:37
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