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kelParticipantMarch 12, 2018 at 2:15 pmPost count: 974kelParticipantMarch 5, 2018 at 11:42 pmPost count: 974kelParticipantFebruary 27, 2018 at 1:29 amPost count: 974kelParticipantFebruary 21, 2018 at 1:01 pmPost count: 974
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Call Mike with Mike’s Game Birds 319-931-2774
Where is Mike, I’m always looking for ways to train our GSP
From the DNR Website
Mike’s Game Birds. MICHAEL BRUCE MCDOWELL. 2464 BENTON AVE, MOUNT PLEASANT ,. IA 52641.kelParticipantFebruary 21, 2018 at 12:59 pmPost count: 974kelParticipantFebruary 20, 2018 at 11:11 pmPost count: 974
Quote by: Muskeez
I have a Kawasaki Brute Force 750. I use it for making small foodplots, dragging out an occasional deer, and mostly for ice fishing. It pulls my wheelhouse with ease with chains on all 4 tires. It goes through snow like crazy. I love it! But, it is only legal for one person. Can some of you with side by sides comment on their power and getting them through snow vs. an ATV? I am looking at a Polaris Ranger 800 with a bench seat in the front, and a box on the back and a full enclosed cab, which would be nice for traveling on the ice.
As far as power if you get the same size I don’t think you will see much difference. If your worry is snow I would definitely stay with your 4 wheeler. I would recommend a 4×4 side by side for sure if you get one. I have one of each, both 4x4s and the ATV gets around much better and as stated on here the ATV is much easier getting out if stuck.
That being said I would not not get rid of my side by side for anything, my 4 wheeler would go first. Much easier getting on and off and can haul so much more.kelParticipantFebruary 19, 2018 at 12:05 amPost count: 974kelParticipantJanuary 8, 2018 at 12:58 pmPost count: 974kelParticipantDecember 18, 2017 at 11:30 pmPost count: 974
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This year hasn’t been the best for getting yotes with good fur,at least for me that is.They are plentiful but the quality sucks. So far I had three that had mange so bad that they were disposed of. Some I did skin out had no guard hair to speak of or had some guard hair with a small rub in the back. My furs just dont look as good as they have been in the past. I guess Saturday will tell the whole story when I go to sell a few of them. Hope everyone is having a good year.
what do you think is causing them to be less healthy than usual?
Wondering if the warmer weather are allowing the less healthy ones to live longer. On a normal winter maybe they would of already been dead? Also no cold I believe would have an impact on the furs not being prime yet?kelParticipantDecember 11, 2017 at 12:43 pmPost count: 974
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Depending on what you want to spend. Get him a work sharp knife sharper! I have used stones, and diamond sticks for AGES, and used to be able to a scary edge on knives. Now with arthritis and age not so much. Bought a work sharp unit. ( recommended by my daughter who works in a slaughter plant and can REALLY sharpen a knife)
So simple to use for ALL types of blades and puts on a sharp edge. I love mine!
I can’t second this enough. I’ve got a “regular” dual-grit stone, a small Arkansas stone I keep in my hunting pack, and a 4000 grit Japanese water stone. This summer, I cashed in some Cabelas gift cards and got the Ken Onion edition Work Sharp tool. I haven’t used anything else since. Give me 5 minutes with a blade – even a fairly dull one – and I’ll have it sharper than the day it came out of the box.
I’d personally recommend the Ken Onion – it’s got adjustable blade guides, a better duty cycle rating on the motor, and variable speed
I would second these 2 posts, use to use a stone but bought a work sharp, super easy to use. I do not have the Ken Onion addition and for what I use it for it works fine, mainly fillet, hunting and kitchen knives.
I bought mine at Northern Tool, on sell now with free shipping
https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200431964_200431964kelParticipantDecember 10, 2017 at 1:26 amPost count: 974kelParticipantNovember 16, 2017 at 2:35 pmPost count: 974
This is not a bad deal for Winchester slugs, they are what I shoot in a Benelli. If you can get them bought for 12 to 13 bucks that makes them 8 or 9 dollars. The link is for farm and fleet but the rebate is good for wherever you buy them.kelParticipantNovember 4, 2017 at 10:48 pmPost count: 974
Quote by: mhock
I use nutrition products from Wilderness Athlete. They work for me. I understand this means nothing. Point being they have just put out a k9 product line. It’s fairly new, but may be worth looking into. Good luck
Thanks for your help, I will give them a try.kelParticipantNovember 4, 2017 at 10:47 pmPost count: 974
Quote by: drifty4
My dog used to use Workin Dog Energy Jell.
I don’t know if they make it any more, their phone number was 1-888-414-7387.
She really liked it.
Looking on line there is a canine endurance jell from Indigenous Pet Products Phone number is 1-844-661-4055.
How do you give? Water or other method?