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  • Avatarkendar
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    in reply to: Turkey Hunting #2946710

    Heading out 2nd season.  Hopefully the weather breaks and gets the birds fired up!

    Avatarkendar
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    in reply to: That guy. #2946709

    Good riddance….guy was the definition of a troll and internet courage!

    Avatarkendar
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    If cost isn’t an option take a look at http://www.ridgeviewlabradors .  Iowa Pointing labs is also a very reputable breeder in the state with national notoriety https://iowapointinglabs.com/ .  Both of these breeders put out amazing dogs, but you will pay a price for them.  $1500 an up.

     

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    Scheels outfitter scopes on my opinion are mid level scopes, they will get you by, but if you can afford better always opt for that.  Especially where it sounds like yo uare going.

    Avatarkendar
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    in reply to: New Site #2943528

    It did take to long to bring the site back, that is probably the number one reason.

    i actually like the new platform though. The homepage is better and provides articles I like to read. The forums platform are actually better I think.Plus from a smart phone it is way way better than it used to be.  Perhaps a better organization or reorganization of the forums would make it easier to view all the forums.

    biggest thing for the forums side of things is figured out how to get people to start posting. Not sure how to fix that other than promote and market.  Okay my two cents are spent…I will keep on viewing  the site and posting when I can. Hope to see more of you all do the same.

     

    Avatarkendar
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    Useful information, thanks for sharing!

    Avatarkendar
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    in reply to: Chickens are out #2942592

    Are these edible?  I have always steered clear of them and never thought to pick them.   If so what do these taste like?   Don’t say chicken either…lol!

    Avatarkendar
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    I don’t think you can go wrong with either of them.  Like most things in the world of archery find what you prefer and go with it.

    Avatarkendar
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    in reply to: Camera security #2942496

    I don’t hang my trail cams at eye level or below. I attach my cams higher up in a tree, preferable 15 feet up, with a slight tip down on an adjustable screw in mount like the one below. Your average thief doesn’t look up when walking through the woods nor carry a ladder. I use a set of lone wolf climbing sticks when I go into the woods to check trail cams.

    After having a few cams stole myself I adopted the same practice.  It is a little more work but I have yet to have a cam stole after placing them higher in the tree.  It doesn’t affect the quality of pics at all either.  If the tree allows I also like to tuck them next to branch for added concealment.

    Avatarkendar
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    If you are interested in a guided trip give Brad Durick a call.  He will put you on the cats!   http://www.braddurick.com

    Avatarkendar
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    Post some pics if anyone gets some!

    Avatarkendar
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    What are some good shoots around Newton?

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