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e.fork-walleyeParticipantApril 18, 2017 at 2:06 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantApril 18, 2017 at 1:51 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantApril 18, 2017 at 12:17 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantApril 14, 2017 at 8:20 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantMarch 30, 2017 at 2:48 pmPost count: 171
I know this topic is about coyote vs. pheasant scenario, but what about coyote vs. fawns? I’m sure a lot of the bird hunters are also deer hunters and go after the coyotes for that reason too. Just another angle to look at it.e.fork-walleyeParticipantDecember 22, 2016 at 1:22 pmPost count: 171
I have 6 stands. 2 within walking distance from my house that I’ve never killed a deer on but my brother has mounted 2 deer killed from that stand in the last 4 years. I have 4 others that are 1 mile away. I’m very lucky to be able to be short on time and can go get in a stand in a moments notice.e.fork-walleyeParticipantNovember 17, 2016 at 7:44 pmPost count: 171
It looks like there different brassicas that are shorter or longer growing. I’ve read there are some you want to plant 60-90 days before a killing frost and some you’d want to plant 150-200 days before the killing frost. If you’re going to do the shorter growing season I would wait to disk it next summer. You’d have to disk it, let it lay a few days, and then hit it again and see what it looks like. You may have to do this a few times depending on how much vegetation there is. If you want to do the longer growing ones I’d disk it this fall yet once (weather permitting). As Asgrow mentioned about errosion, if there’s a chance for it I would wait till after the heavy spring rainfalls to disk or you could end up with a disaster.
‘e.fork-walleyeParticipantOctober 31, 2016 at 12:01 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantOctober 11, 2016 at 12:13 pmPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantOctober 11, 2016 at 11:56 amPost count: 171e.fork-walleyeParticipantAugust 3, 2016 at 5:55 pmPost count: 171
I misread the post. I thought you were going to plant a food plot this fall and wanted the weeds dead. I don’t know what to tell you on the weed problem. 2-4-d will most likely kill most of what you planted in your food plot along with the weeds. If it was me I’d kill it down with round-up and plant a food plot for fall like turnips or something.e.fork-walleyeParticipantAugust 3, 2016 at 12:09 pmPost count: 171
No matter what you’re going to be planting in it I’d spray it with round-up and kill everything first. Once all the weeds are dead then work work it up to get all the trash ground up and get ready for planting. We just planted a plot a couple days ago and disked it twice and then ran a drag section over it to level it out.e.fork-walleyeParticipantJuly 22, 2016 at 6:43 pmPost count: 171
The deer won’t do anything different crossing from property to property. Most likely most of them have been raised there and the property isn’t new to them. You’ll have the best luck hunting mornings or nights. Mid day hunts usually aren’t productive until the rut starts in November. When the rut starts you can hunt all day.e.fork-walleyeParticipantJune 28, 2016 at 12:26 pmPost count: 171
I didn’t start walleye fishing until about 11 years ago right after high school. I only used live bait (nightcrawlers) up until last fall when my friend had me try a Gulp minnow. I was skeptical to begin with but did catch a lot of fish with the Gulp so now I’m about 50/50 with nightcrawlers and Gulp. If one isn’t working I try the other and have had decent luck. I haven’t really used any other baits as far as those two. I’ve thrown a twister before and have used a minnow but I seem to do better with the others. I’m not sure if I’m not quite fishing them right or what.e.fork-walleyeParticipantJune 24, 2016 at 12:16 pmPost count: 171
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My biggest was a 27″ earlier in this thread but I have since caught a 28″ on the East Fork of Des Moines.