Taken sunday 10/18 with muzzleloader. Will get a score tomorrow when I pick it up from the Taxidermist. Had hundreds of photos of this buck all...
Had mature bucks checking scrapes after first light this weekend for the 1st time this year. Mike Reed had his mature buck checking a scrape after...
I have listened to dozens of Lakoskys podcasts. He has 700 acres of food plots and 300 acres of tillables. Just search his last name in Van Buren...
How do we know that this wasn't the girls 5th deer or the boys 7th deer taken during many youth seasons?
I am just thankful that we don't have over the counter tags for Non-residents. We need to continue to fight keeping the tags at 6,000
Rambo makes a cheaper electric bike. Quiet Cat is high end.
Lee Lakosky talked about spraying for the midges in one of his podcasts. I wonder what he uses to try to eliminate them.
A drone used to locate deer is no different than a camera sending you an immediate picture on your phone letting you know where a deer is at real...
I just always switch to 200 lbs winter rye per acre if we don't get rain soon.
just take a walk through the timber. You can usually find some wrapped around a tree.
Liberty if I read it right stays in the soil(residual) and I would not want to plant brassicas anytime soon after using Liberty.
Depends on the amount per acre. The directions say 1 pint per acre then wait 7 or 10 days. If 2 pints 30 days.
I had a 37 hp Kubota hydrostat and moved up to the 58 hp due to it bogging down when bush hogging
Then we can all shoot 1.5 yr old bucks like they do in Michigan. That gets me really excited for the future.
Like most govt agencies they are working from home I would guess and not getting much work done.
The easy answer is to go smokeless. There are several other persons doing the Arrowhead type smokeless builds and that is the way I went and don't...
The Greatest thing about a bean plot is if it fails you can always replant something in July, August or even September.
I always want to plant mine late in may but then you can miss out on some really good rains and then June nothing. So I always try to plant my...
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