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  1. M

    Tough One to Top

    That squirrel pic is AWESOME!! Like a painting! Great deer!
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    WHY IS IOWA GREAT?

    As skip mentioned there are several states that can put enough of the pieces together to compete with Iowa and likely beat it in number (Ie. MO) if the rifle season was moved back. Two things to add about MO for example is that there has been damage done to the genetics in MO with its gun season...
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    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    I see both sides and would not pay a dime for a $1,000,000 house next to a ritzy private golf club in the city! But to each their own! Not trying to change anyone’s mind and shouldn’t have even chimed into this thread but here is a spin on your analogy. That public course you LOVE to play with...
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    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    FWIW I am not a fan of fencerow to fencerow farming either as all wildlife and hunting takes a hit not to mention the soil resource as well in some areas. Similar scenario whether it is a fencerow to fencerow farmer or a locked down piece of hunting ground. Fewer hunters get to enjoy something...
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    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    Not sure if this is referring to me or not but I am far from jealous. My main point of this is that hunting is changing and A LOT and quickly because of these hunting personalities and the need to shoot bigger bucks therefor buying more land and then the viewers do the same because that is what...
  6. M

    A lot of deer like this... thoughts???

    That the guy that posted on this subject before
  7. M

    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    :rolleyes::rolleyes:o_O:rolleyes: I suppose the next thing a certain group of politicians will sell to the masses is everyone will get to kill a 200 inch deer.... all you have to do is vote for XYZ politician and don’t worry about how to pay for it..... :rolleyes: and we wonder why people get...
  8. M

    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    don’t forget the part where NO ONE else can even see the lake.... so therefore cannot catch the fish or kill the 170-190 you just passed...... In no way hating on these individuals but DONT get caught up trying to replicate their success UNLESS you have a BIG lake that is managed to the T!! OR...
  9. M

    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    I guess what I am saying is there has to be a 200 on your hunting property for you to kill one. Doubtful they could kill a 200 on 99.99% of the properties the IW members hunt because 200s are rare!!!
  10. M

    No see ums

    Pretty sure the bugs that are biting you are not the midges that infect deer with blue tongue or EHD.
  11. M

    A lot of deer like this... thoughts???

    I’ve saw growths like this between the front legs and once at the base of the neck. One of the members on here was a vet and called it something.
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    Your thoughts on Lakosky, Glesinger?

    No disrespect but as I have mentioned in another post on this VERY subject. Read Lakoskys book and it will answer this discussion!!! As Skip eluded to, ACRES that are managed in the RIGHT area is the answer. I don’t know about Gleisinger but Lakosky and Drurys own SECTIONS of contiguous ground...
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    No see ums

    Are they pirate bugs? I’ve been trying to figure out thee actual name.
  14. M

    Thinking of you guys!!!

    My guess is there is not 10 million acres that have zero production. Some of the area affected by this derecho were already having yield decreases from the drought. It seems tough for the market to move much on a weather issue this time of year, especially in the economy we are in.
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    Thinking of you guys!!!

    Eastern SD, western IA and MO caught one of these in 2011, main difference was LOTS of pea sized haul coming down at 90+mph, crops not only blown down but hailed to the ground on 8/18! Wildlife took a hit, birds dead everywhere that year from hail!
  16. M

    Barb wire

    If you look at some of the telephone poles with transformers the use plastic or metal sheeting 18 to 24 inch long wrapped around where the coons can’t get there claws in. More difficult with some fruit trees with multiple trunks. Just an idea.
  17. M

    “Small game animals” - “population cycle”?

    Yep, counted over 20 as they scattered and went to the roof!! All those things you see on the roof line and hanging on the wall are little coons!!! Pic was from last evening.
  18. M

    “Small game animals” - “population cycle”?

    This what you are seeing also!!!???
  19. M

    “Small game animals” - “population cycle”?

    Most of the Midwest had late freezes that affected mulberry and wild raspberry production which are normally summer staples for the coons so they will be shifting food sources again this summer. Look out cattle creep feeders, sweet corn patches and pretty much any alternative food sources they...
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    “Small game animals” - “population cycle”?

    Low fur prices make for a boom in coons and possums. Possums typically are controlled by incidental catches for coon not for their fur! Feel fortunate to have good numbers cuz SW IA and NW MO have TERRIBLE small game numbers! Especially turkeys, quail and pheasants! For those of you seeing a...
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