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Re: Dog advice wanted
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Good info and very true,40yrs here as well with gun dogs,training tips change over the years,good book or training your retriever dvd is even better,take what info is there and use at your own discretion,nothing better than a well trained pup.In my old age I also went to a training collar on my current pup,helps with the pups selective memory and hearing in the field.Watching my dog work is what its all about for me,birds in the bag are a bonus.

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Re: Whole chickens
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Cub~

Posted on: 3/27 12:36:24
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Re: Strange Fish and Big Walleyes
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Looked like a great day! no pics of the bigger 20" +walleyes?

Posted on: 3/24 11:33:38
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Re: Announced today
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Not meant for entertainment,this subject will never die unless it changes for the good of conservation and equal rights for all.

Posted on: 3/23 15:30:24
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Re: Announced today
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Hey gooses,whats to analyze?,does'nt take a bio degree to figure out netting spawning walleyes are dentermental to fish species,here or anywhere else,take a look at what lake winnipeg is going through today,another example of killing off walleyes for profit by netting.

The only thing these folks from the dnr are doing is coming up with a victious # on how we non natives killed 50k#'s of walleye during a season of catch and release.

Posted on: 3/23 15:04:57
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Re: Announced today
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Well this is part of the problem for us non natives,making memories with family and friends is great,but most weekend warriors don't see the big picture and share their success with anyone that will listen including the dnr monitor's/creel folks,when folks brag and most often imbellish about a grand day on the lake x100's of folks the dnr starts to crunch #;s,next thing ya know the non natives reach a quota # and the lake shuts down,limits are reduced,slots adjusted,take your pic,but how they (dnr) comes up with a reached quota when its catch and release is anyone's guess but boasting about how good walleye fishing is hook-n-line does'nt help.

I remember years ago when this netting feasco started with tight slots,fishing the Liberty Beech perch extravagaza old Franky would lecture the 100's of folks at the event about keeping their mouth shut when creel folks came to check live wells,he knew what was on the horizon,and the creel folks have zero rights checking your live well.Best off saying fishing sucks!

Posted on: 3/23 10:55:52
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Re: netting of our lakes??
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Agreed dober,they could give a sheet,does'nt effect them,they just keep taking our walleyes while the state puts a choke collar on us none natives that pay they're wages.

Posted on: 3/23 10:01:11
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Re: 410
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Why not just move him into a 20ga? great starter shotgun,semi auto very low felt recoil,better ammo selection for multipal uses,just a thought.

Posted on: 3/22 14:21:12
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Re: What goose is this?
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Pigmentation will vary,not all have orange feet either,but whatever its a goose we can agree on that and would make a dandy wall mount.

Another pic of a quill with canadas,note the orange color bill compared to the canadas,I agree the feet and bill are usually black,but just like people we have a few odd balls.

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Posted on: 3/22 11:40:10
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Re: What goose is this?
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What you have here is called a Quill Lake canada goose,pretty rare in these parts...They migrate from the quill lake region of sasak through the dakotas. coloring varies on the face patch but shot a few in my day and body coloring is very unique.

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Posted on: 3/22 10:14:56
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