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slipbob

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    Walleye fishing, deer hunting, insurance.

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  1. slipbob

    Cinematic Film: Casting Spoons for Brown Trout

    Excellent job on the video and thanks for sharing. You already got the part about wearing a life preserver in those water temps even if just drifting and casting so get back out there, catch more fish and show us what else you come up with.
  2. slipbob

    Hardwater report !!

    Got to love perch fries. I got a bunch at Lake George Sunday after beating up on the lake trout all morning and ate perch for dinner, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and yes perch again last night I'm all perched out. Tonight will be venison burgers to cap off the 5 night ADK surf and turf challenge.
  3. slipbob

    Anybody ever use a Boyds custom stock?

    I just got one for my Thompson Center venture 308 and the magazine wouldn't latch at the front so I had to sand down the plastic piece on the stock with a dremel tool to allow for the mag latch to close. Basically the plastic piece was too thick so the tab on the front of the magazine tab couldn't spring back but otherwise I love the stock. I also took sandpaper and smoothed out the inside of the mag well. It was like a 30 minute job to get it all set and installed. I'm getting another one for my TC Omega Z5 and going with the thumbhole for that.
  4. slipbob

    Predator 2018-2019

    I used to go with my dad's friend when I was young and he had the old green cassette tape caller and just used the gray fox pup in distress tape at night. It worked great on fox and they would come running hard from across a field and if the moon was bright you could seem em coming from a ways off. We taped a big flashlight to the shotgun and it seemed like we kill one every so often but miss plenty as they came running in. There weren't any coyotes around then but plenty of fox. We have lots of coyotes around my house now but the few times I've tried calling them never had any luck but see plenty when I'm deer hunting.
  5. ttt Be ready to hit the hard water with a chubby!!
  6. ttt Just got both cutting heads sharpened by Frank DeLuca at Sharp Nils. Auger is ready to go for the season.
  7. slipbob

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Me too. Filled my buck tag second morning of rifle and been very patiently waiting for Monday for what seems like forever. Going to hunt 9 afternoons straight for a big one. Good luck everybody this weekend who's still out there trying to fill a tag.
  8. slipbob

    Switching to all copper bullets

    Totally agree.
  9. slipbob

    Switching to all copper bullets

    Try the Barnes Vortex. I’m pretty sure they have them in that caliber. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. slipbob

    Switching to all copper bullets

    Wow That’s as good as you could ever hope for at 200. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Anybody else already using all copper bullets exclusively for rifle/muzzleloader? My reason is to avoid potential lead fragments in the meat and also lead in the gut piles that could adversely affect raptors that will show up and feed on it. Last year I tried the factory Barnes Vortx loads for my 270 and my 308 and got groups as good as anything else I've ever tried. Shot a buck this year quartering away slightly with my 270 that dropped within 20 yards with the 130 grain Vortx and the terminal performance was fantastic. I caught front shoulder on the exit wound and was pleasantly surprised to find significantly less hemorraging than I would have expected or have seen in the past with a lead based bullet I'm guessing because of the monolithic nature of the bullet. I know some of you use and love the Barnes xpanders for muzzleloaders so i am trying that this year after the season and also trying the newer Federal Trophy copper 50 cal non-sabot bullets to see how they group out of my TC Omega. The bore is a little tight on that gun so I am awaiting some backordered Barnes spitfire TEZ bullets as well in case I have trouble loading the others. In the past I have always used Precision Rifle Dead Centers for my muzzleloader which shoot and work great but are pure lead.
  12. slipbob

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Super nice bucks fmrdd0331 and great shooting strutnrut62. I don't even think there's a possible shot where I hunt that's past maybe 180 yards due to treelines, branches and what not.
  13. slipbob

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Awesome bucks Holy Diver and Scobar!!! I'm patiently waiting for December 10th to bust out the muzzleloader and my unused archery/muzzy buck tag for another chance at big one. Lots of corn standing around the farm I hunt and the brassicas in my food plot are nice and green. Should be a good late season.
  14. slipbob

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Fantastic buck Guppy!! Maybe looking at this thread while hunting is actually good luck???
  15. slipbob

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Holy cow fishon!!! That buck is crazy. Congratulations to everyone else who got one. This year seems to be one for the books with big bucks coming in left and right. I saw a lot of little bucks during bow but nothing I wanted. Yesterday morning I was fortunate to connect with one of the 3 bucks I was after. He was following a doe right at sunrise and then turned to confront a coyote that walked about 20 yards behind him. I thought that was going to blow the deal but he just walked after the coyote a little bit and had a staredown with him before the yote walked off. He then turned back to follow the doe and walked into a little opening at 70 yards giving me a good shot. The before and after. Good luck to everyone else.
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