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Re: Food Plots
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We also planted pear trees and oak trees this year. We are just trying the food plot this year with hopes of getting a perennial going next year maybe. As I'm with you, I'd rather not have to do all this work every year. But it will be a few (haha more than a few I guess) before the oak trees start producing. The pear trees we got are fairly large and hopefully will start producing next year.

Posted on: Today 12:38:29
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Re: Food Plots
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You aren't worried about the seed sitting there for 10+ days with no rain?

Posted on: Today 11:27:02
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Re: Food Plots
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Update again. Plowing and discing the food plot this weekend. Have a brassica mix from Frigid Forage, went with the Big N Beasty

Now looking at the forecast looks like it will never rain again, it's like they mixed our forecast up with southern California or something.... Will have to wait until I see some rain in the forecast before I can get it planted.

Posted on: Today 9:19:25
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Re: western WI panfish 2X
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Wow that gill bottom left of the last picture is huge! Looks like you had a great time!

Posted on: 7/26 21:28:35
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Feel lame posting these but here are a couple of the bucks i'm seeing. Still growing every time I pull the card.

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Posted on: 7/26 20:47:59
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Yep hopefully some of the fawns grow into big bucks!

Posted on: 7/25 11:17:19
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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That's a nice looking buck. I'm going to try to make it up to my land tomorrow and check out the cams, do some work on the food plot. I'll report back with something good hopefully.

Posted on: 7/25 9:29:46
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Re: Metro smallmouth
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You are braver than me if you take a kayak out on Tonka, even during the week. I guess if you go early in the morning maybe it would be OK? I have caught some smallies while walleye fishing on Tonka in Wayzata bay. People are usually pretty tight lipped about tonka but maybe someone could PM you! Good luck out there. Wear a life jacket.

Posted on: 7/23 14:59:27
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Re: Metro smallmouth
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Pool 2 has good smallie action. You can put in at hidden falls, paddle up to the ford dam area, or down and around pike island and the confluence. Be careful yo might catch some big walleyes too...

Posted on: 7/22 21:21:51
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Re: 820 pound hog shot in Alabama
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Awesome. I'd love to hog hunt one day.


Me too! Definitely a bucket list thing for me. Will need a bigger freezer though if I get into any that big.

Posted on: 7/22 21:19:13
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