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    I bought some Avian X decoys about 4 years ago after giving up on decoys for a number of years. Wanted to draw them in for a bow shot. They worked like a charm compared to my old feather flex rubber foldable girls.

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    I don’t speak coyote either. I will be interested to hear what others that have been around them more say.

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    Congrats, that is a nice one. Way to stick it out in the cold weather.

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    in reply to: Great Bow Season #1559993
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    Definitely a season to remember

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    in reply to: My seasons over #1559995
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    Nice one. I hope I am still out there enjoying all of this at 72 too!

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    Darin Bricks in Washburn has done a lot of our mounts over the years. Great quality and a good guy to work with.

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    Original poster, congratulations, most of us have been there before. Like you said, any buck with a bow is something to have some pride in.

    Last poster, WOW! I would like to see some other angles of that big boy. Congratulations!

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    Quote by: doubledrop

    Ok I’m game! Couldn’t be a walleye guy, he was with a girl….. Couldn’t be a cat fisherman was way too undersized, couldn’t be a bank fisherman, wasn’t throwing trash all over. Might have been a member of the orange army,( out of uniform of course) but his his knuckles weren’t dragging. Couldn’t have been a panfishermen, had way too much ambition. So by the process of elimination it could have been. All in humor guys all in humor. If there is a group still waiting to be offended speak up.

    Ha ha ha, thanks for that. Lighten up guys. I don’t think we need to start breaking out the “catfishermen’s lives matter” t-shirts quite yet . . . .

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    in reply to: Skull Hanger #1562021
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    I have looked at Skull Hooker, but it looks like the skull just sets on the post. If it is bumped from below will it just fall off of the post? The Skull Lok had a rod that the skull attached to and it fit into a sleeve. It did not come out of the sleeve easily if bumped.

    I do have some skulls mounted flat ( vertical ) on walnut slabs too, but I kinda like having the angle.

    Just trying to see if there was something out that that I hadn’t seen yet . . .

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    We had a couple does and fawns come through and then a group of toms, but nothing he wanted to shoot. Maybe next time . . . .

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    Nice, I hope they start getting into Benton County soon.

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    Darin Brincks, Washburn IA

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    in reply to: Hennessy up? #1567287
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    Good luck Homer. Let me know how it goes. Just noticed this thing autocorrected “henned” to Hennessy”. It was a pretty slow 2nd season . . . .

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    I remember Homer. It is starting to look like 2nd season timber is going to look like 4th season as early as everything is greening up.

    You know I also remember when you would hear drumming grouse all over the hills of NE iowa during spring turkey season.

    And Fred used to sell sweaters . . . . Oh the good ol’ days.

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    in reply to: Bobcat #1571538
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    Getting one of them is definitely on my list too. Congratulations.

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    Loved my Vizsla, but he did suffer a little with the really cold weather . . . .

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    Sorry I will not be any help, but your story reminded me of my Vizsla. We were hunting some knee high CRP when he went on point. As I walked up a hen turkey flushed and freaked both of us out. The look on his face cracked me up. . . . It was like he was thinking ” how could you not even shoot at the biggest pheasant we’ve ever seen . . .”

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    I agree with Whip. 12ga.

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    I shot a bear in MN a few years back during the September heat. Had one cooler with the hide and two coolers with the meat, all with dry ice. I shot the bear in the evening and didn’t find him until the next morning, so I was a little nervous about it, but I brought it all home. When I got home is was evident that one of the meat coolers was not as efficient as the other coolers and that meat had gone bad. Luckily I had a buddy with some ground and a desire to shoot coyotes so I dumped a cooler of that meat there. It happens. Whoever did this definitely picked a bad place to dump it, but I am guessing that they just didn’t take the time to find a more appropriate spot. Not a good choice . . . .

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    Probably waited too long and it went bad on them?? Realized it part way through . ..?

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