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  1. Great pics , had a small line when my son was young. Great memories. ( look away before i'd tap a fox ... he never did. ) swear he' d try and drag a coon half his size.
  2. Put out a road kill/ assisted suicide spike behind house . Something has picked the carcass nearly clean. A few coyote tracks. Wish i would have set up a camera. Tempted to buy a license, and make a few dirthole sets. Its been too long
  3. biggest bird i killed fell to a 7.5 lead promo load. i accidentally brought a box of 3.5 " for my 3 " gun. my guide found it rolling around his pick up. big Merriams dropped like a rock . 40 yds, hit them in the head.and they die .
  4. i'm in brockport to. the farm behind my place on 31 has been quiet. 27 acres, nobody has permission to hunt it. i'v e seen a few birds here and there. tried calling a bit without a gun. nada. i don't have private land to hunt. seen plenty of birds driving on 31. the birds seem to stay around for a few days , then move off.
  5. the boy has been bugging me to go turkey hunting. he had lacrosse practice saturday. so i took him the youth sunday. 2 minutes into the hunt he got it done . I've hunted the property over a hundred times and never heard a gobble prior. i'd rather be lucky than good. we accidentally set up too close. i thought the bird was farther away . we watched the bird fly down. the 2 yr old bird plowed through some nasty brush to strut for our decoy. my son was shaking pretty good , but managed to put plenty in the head. the fan took the worst of it. 7/8 spurs 7" beard. proud papa.
  6. congrats , i was watching the clock as well. my son killed his 2 minutes into his first hunt.
  7. if you ever need a gunner , i'm willing and able. live in brockport (have birdogs)
  8. it 's really f ing hard. i kill some here and there. luck & time will have the greatest impact. you re not going to impact the population if that' s the goal. i' d pick a method i like and practice. trapping is the easiest way to sucess. expect to be skunked a lot. absolute blast once you figure it out.
  9. ugh , i' m on lockdown with the childrens.
  10. i had a lot of geese & ducks flying around noon today. wednesday it was a ghost town. plenty of wind and snow in rochester
  11. went sunday ( summerville) lots of competition. nobody slaying 3 keepers 5 dinks. 4 hours or so of fishing
  12. anybody know if they are done releasing birds ? i heard rumors they quit once deer season starts.
  13. i keep a box of 7's handy. sounds strange, think turkey hunting. plus they' cheaper than burning a bunch of $ 1- 2shells. works best with geese, but i rarely need more than 1 shot with either. nothing worse than shooting 8 - 9 times and have a bird swim away.
  14. thats crazy, my covers are lucky to give up 2 flush per hour. first ticks ive found in years.
  15. woodies look great already. just ate one for diner.
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