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Trail cam question
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Anyone using any of the spy point trail cameras? I just put a spypoint link evo out today and Im getting lots of false triggers mainly do to to direction its pointing. Just curious what kind of experience any of you have had with this camera

Posted on: 10/17 17:06:53
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Re: Any luck?
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I agree about the lack of camera activity. I was getting a lot of picture up until we got the first frost. Ever since then its been real slow mostly does and fawns with a buck mixed in here and there. Cant believe rifle season is only a few weekends away seems to soon.

Posted on: 10/17 15:06:12
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Any luck?
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Been pretty quiet on here from a bowhunting stand point. Has it been slow or isnt anyone reporting on here anymore? I sat last evening saw seven total 4 different bucks. Two 8s were pushing each other around out in the field so they must be starting to get testy with each other. Whats everyone been seeing?

Posted on: 10/16 16:42:54
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Re: Ground blind question
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I was looking at them again today at fleet farm and I'm really intrigued and will probably get one

Posted on: 9/24 20:06:04
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Re: Starting to get rid of guns
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Are the 3 lever actions 30-30s?

Posted on: 9/19 21:41:23
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Re: Ground blind question
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Once set up, it is really nice and spacious and will last in the elements. Assembly is a nightmare. Expect to spend several hours deciphering the instructions and being very frustrated. If you're going to set it up and leave it you'll be fine. If you want to set it up, take it down, move it, etc, then there are much better options out there.


That doesnt sound very promising

Posted on: 9/19 17:43:56
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Ground blind question
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Look for insight from those that may have experience with the muddy haybale blind. Are they a good blind? Worth the money? How difficult are they to assemble? Looking for pros and cons on the blind

Posted on: 9/18 22:44:46
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Re: Kosher dill pickle recipes
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I always use the Ms Wages packets and have never had a problem. The key is to put them in the fridge the night before opening them and they are always crispy for me. Otherwise, the Ball Blue Book of Canning has some recipes I am going to experiment with soon.


Ive used Ms Wages before too and its alright but, I would like to find something better.

Posted on: 8/2 13:59:14
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Kosher dill pickle recipes
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Im looking for a good kosher dill pickle recipe that is easy and the pickles stay crispy. Anyone willing to share a recipe? Or any secrets to keeping the pickles crispy? Ive tried different recipes and nothing seems to be to my liking or the different batches of pickles are inconsistent.

Posted on: 8/1 14:14:19
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Re: To the Father Hennipen thieves....
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My buddy is one of the ones that had stuff stolen from his boat and if it wasnt for his kids they never would of caught them slim balls. The night they had their stuff stolen which included a water tube they pull behind the boat, they were all sitting around the camp fire and a truck came driving by and it had a tube in the back and one of the kids said that looks like our tube. They ran down to the dock to check their boat and sure as heck the tube was gonna plus they broke the locks in the rod locker and storage compartments to took everything. Called 911 immediately gave them a description of the truck and the guy and gal driving because they remembered seeing them early talking to one of the park rangers which I havent heard if they connected the park ranger in on all this too. At the time they were still piecing everything together. Just glad they caught the scum bags.

Posted on: 7/17 10:46:11
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