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    I am old school as well and shoot a TC Firehawk .54 Cal. I also liked the Maxi hunter but now use a .54 Hornady bullet that works well. Very accurate but I don’t think as many grains as the Maxi hunter. I think I bought them at Scheels??

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    Midway had Remington 1400 count buckets for about $112 including delivery on Tuesday.

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    Double on Ghost River Lodges. My family has been going since 1979 and all trips have been great. It is a very well run unique family owned fishing camp.

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    I just returned from a week of fishing Sugema. The weather the last 4 days was not great, cold wet and windy but fishing was still pretty good. I was with 3 other guys and we caught lots of fish, mixed bag with crappie, walleye, bass and bluegills. Lots of small fish but we did manage to keep lots of fish for the freezer. When sunny they would bite on most anything I threw, jigs, beetle spins, rattle traps, worms and minnows but the last 4 days they were primarily on minnows. Hot depth was in 10 to 14 ft of water next to trees. Move around until you find them. They were still full of eggs so fish for pre spawn. I think in the next week or so they will be in shallow water. We camped in Lacy Keosaqua and had the campground to ourselves, great time.

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    I sometimes carry my gun as does Hunting Girl but I always have a fast food napkin or pair of gloves, something that looks normal covering it. I think it is best that only you know you are armed.

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    I made a batch yesterday. In a 1 gallon jar I alternated layers of eggs, onions, whole garlic,sliced jalepenos, little smokies and then repeated several times until the jar was full. Then filled with seasoned pickleing solution. Looks great in the jar, hope it tastes as good. Will post pics as soon as I figure it out. Hope they are ready by Thanksgiving. I boiled the fat off of the little smokies before using.

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    The recipe sounds good for both the sausage and the eggs, any reason not to pickle both at the same time in the same jar?? Might give the eggs a great flavor.

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    I took 9 Scouts and 3 adults on a canoe trip from Hwy 30 to E57, just south of the Ledges. The water was shallow but if you read the river right you could float that stretch without scraping bottom. We overnighted across from Ledges on a sandbar and put out 6 ditty poles baited with shad they seined earlier. The Scouts had a blast catching active cats. It was the first time that most of the Scouts and all of the adults ever had fresh cat for breakfast. I told the Scouts that it pretty much sucked not to be us at that moment.

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    April Fools to you as well!!!!!! About as likely as Sportsmans Warehouse having 1000 bricks of .22cal shells on the shelf.

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    Looks like the Rockford pits. A great place to collect Devonian period fossils and open to the public.

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    Thanks for the info, if they fall apart after a few days I guess I will have some nice aquarium gravel.

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    Nice pictures and geodes! I am originally from Keokuk, right in the heart of geode country. I have buckets of geodes that need to be cleaned. Do you mind posting your recipe for the Lime Away/bleach mixture to save a bit of trial and error. As all on this site, I always enjoy your pictures. Much appreciated.

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    Quote by: turkey+toes

    I thought all went well, The speakers were great. 😀 KRICH if you, your wife and kids are all tall you were standing right in front of me. Was glad to see women and children there.
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    Turkey Toes, We are all tall, sorry if we blocked your view. We were standing next to the white haired guy with the DON’T TREAD ON ME flag a wavin. I liked his style!!! Next time the IS members should have a designated area to gather to do some intros.

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    My wife, and two boys, 13 and 15 and I arrived at 12:00 sharp. I was impressed by the crowds diversity, dress, conviction, and behavior. The speakers were good with lots shouts of agreement and applause from the participants. Glad I brought the kids, a very good example of a peaceful and meaningful gathering of like minded individuals standing up for our rights. I introduced us to a few of the people around us and think in future rallies the organizers or Pastor should ask that the participants do some greetings and handshakes, like they do in Church. After all we are all in this fight for rights together.

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    Great way to start the New Year! Please enter me.

    Thanks

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    I have a 2.5 acre pond and have a couple of swans on it so have to keep the water open all year. 3 years ago I bought an aerator from Tony at [email protected] 502-743-1229. Has been running 24/7 for 3 years with no problems except a few times the hose froze up when below zero temps. I have my pump in the shed similar set up as yours and had Tony put hose fittings on the pump and used 5/8th inch garden hose to pond then he sells a wieghted hose to attach to the aerator to deepest part of pond. I buried the hose from the shed to the edge of the pond this year and that should take care of the condensation freezing up when below zero. Great set up and he is very reasonable in cost. Also very easy to get a hold of to answer any questions you might have.

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    Ridgeport Locker in Ridgeport, just north of Boone does a great job. Many different choices in sticks, jerky, bologne and sausage. Never have been a fan of pressed jerky but their pressed jerky with pepper cheese is great. Very nice people to work with.

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    x3 on Buck McNealy. Everytime I see part of his show I think how in the world did he get a show and how can it keep getting renewed, he must have deep pockets… My favorites Virgil Ward and Tony Dean.

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    My Grandfather said this to me many times in regards to having a serious girlfriend or fiance, ” It’s not the initial cost its the upkeep” He was a very smart man….

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    Personally I would not be outraged if they made stew out of them.

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