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  • Avatardrmac22
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    I have always used Tritronics and had very good success. It really comes down to what options you want and cost as they all work well.

    Avatardrmac22
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    in reply to: Olive oil #1557328

    Good point of info for olive oil here. http://www.extravirginity.com/great-oil/how-to-buy-great-olive-oil

    Avatardrmac22
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    Spam central again this morning, If the new site is coming it can’t come soon enough. Please add a LIKE button. That would be good. and make everyone fill out their profile.

    Avatardrmac22
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    Yes, within a mile or so of each other. similar genetics i suppose. Seems like all the bucks down where I hunt tend to junk out a little as Typical bucks. Both would be main frame 8s with lots of junk off them. And all tall.
    Here is a better pic of the one in my profile.

    Avatardrmac22
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    Well Im 50 and had not shot my first buck i would mount until 08. so basically my whole life of hunting it was not until recently that I was successful. Being 21 you still have a lifetime of hunting to look forward to! Keep those memories alive.

    Avatardrmac22
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    OH My! That is a good story, I shot the only buck i put in Pope and Young record books, after missing it twice and dropping my last arrow, had to climb down get the arrow and climb back up, lucky he was chasing a doe and came back around for his coup de gras! Very lucky to shoot and miss 2 times point blank. One literally directly below me. then to finally arrow him pure luck. He only went 35 yards. Those are the stories that need to be told and passed on with the deer. I am sure every deer someone shoots has a great story.

    Avatardrmac22
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    I wanted him turned into the room so thats why the mount that way. I have lately been writing the story of each buck i shoot and putting it in an envelope behind the mount. That way when I finally do go the story of that deer is not lost. I figure someday they may go to someone who does not know me so knowing how it was taken and when would be cool info.

    Avatardrmac22
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    I use one and they work great! Used it on an 18lb northern at rainy lake and it held it no problem. I like them better then nets.

    Avatardrmac22
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    Jamie, I am truely sorry to hear this. please please dont let the doctors tell you when your expiration date is. Fight this. Do whatever you can or whatever it takes to fight it. In the end if it wins you know you went to battle and never gave in to it. I will keep you and your family in our prayers and hope truely you have a miracle, they happen. Believe… Thank you for thinking about getting your dogs to a loving home, that tells me all i need to know about you. Thinking of your dogs and wife first in such a trying time. I wish i could take them myself but with two dogs already my wife would not have it. Best of luck. V/r Dana Mc.

    Avatardrmac22
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    Yes it is a form of pneumonia. Its not uncommon, and as far as i know they are fine to eat. My last doe had this too.

    Avatardrmac22
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    I might be interested in one. PM me your info and maybe a pic or two. Thanks!

    Avatardrmac22
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    in reply to: Grizzly Attack! #1558734

    Would a Judge with .410 slugs be a good choice? I never really thought about a hand gun I would want to carry in bear country. I suppose a simple .357 mag revolver would be a decent choice. I guess that is why i dont go into bear country.

    Avatardrmac22
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    We would hunt just like we did in the timber, There are good sized trees and some you can use climber in or set up hanging stand. You could also use a ground blind. its a transition area and when hunting season is in full swing they like to hid out on the sand bars to get away from hunting pressure. You would be surprised the quality of deer on some.

    Avatardrmac22
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    Used to hunt the big sand bars on the mississippi and did fine. You can find good public hunting in clayton you just have to look around. Try Fayette too. Volga has public.

    Avatardrmac22
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    in reply to: How high? #1559632

    16-18 feet normally. Bout as high as I have climbing sticks. haha! I like a little higher just helps move your smell out of area.

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