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JakeyBaby

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  1. Man do I know that! Lost a bunch of my Gambler Rigg Walleye harnesses last season not having mine tied down a while towing! I use foam pads and cut slots accordingly with tooth picks holding them them in place. They caught wind on I90 and never seen again.
  2. Yup that's exactly what was going on with us, can't wait to get back on try again!
  3. Great job! We were there Saturday and struggled to say the least. Only managed to boat 4 Perch all day. Not exactly sure what in the hell we could have been doing wrong as we did have boats around us a few times that were hammering them...... a bit frustrating but it's part of the game I guess.
  4. Great news!! That puts my oldest in the game if it all goes through!!
  5. I know I asked about this a while back now, but just wanted to update since we are two weeks away from getting our Wirehaired Pointing Griffon!!! Can't remember the last time I was this excited for something! Here's a few pics from the last few weeks. A long drive but going to be worth it! Crazy how fast they grow.
  6. Thats Awesome!! I can't wait for the day! My pup was born Jan 15th, so we are still 5 weeks and a 7 1/2 hour car ride away. Can't come soon enough.
  7. Very sad day for sure!! Mike was indeed one of the nicest guys I've ever met, always smiling and encouraging! RIP Mr. Breeze!
  8. Great info! We have fully committed on a Griff!! We are crazy excited as we wait for our pups to be born!
  9. Can't beat it! Congrats Tommy and Mal!!!
  10. Probably will only be able to photograph after that! This state is a joke
  11. Good luck all on stand, hopefully they get here before the rain settles in.
  12. Congrats! Consistently getting it done with both Deer and Turkeys!
  13. Lol, I wanted to take that same pic but I had a doe right under me the whole time so couldn't reach for my phone. Sure was pretty. Just the one doe so far.
  14. I was in your shoes on the 6th man! It sucks hardcore!! We searched every square inch of property i was able to, with no luck. Unfortunately I was not able to get a dog to help, but very busy time of year for those few guys that choose to track over hunt. Takes a lot to get back out there but we have no choice! The next few days are when the BIG boys are their feet big time searching for their next does! As wierd as it sounds i wish I was going to work in the morning with my bow tag wrapped around the deer i shot's rack,, but instead I will be in a tree swaying and freezing on another all day sit , but this is what we wait for all year! If this hasn't happened to everyone, well they just plain out haven't been doing this hard and long enough!
  15. I would agree, more then likely dead as we speak, but it certainly doesn't hurt to wait especially with shoulder involved. They will bleed a ton for the first 100- 150 yards with a shoulder shot and end up being fine. If he's dead, he will still be dead in a couple hours!
  16. I had a Brittany that was a great dog. He was by far no dog that would compete, but we never pushed him to be that kind of dog. He did well in the field and I even tried duck hunting him a little, but he didn't care for that at all. Great family dog with a lot of energy. Didnt bark unless he had too, at the time we had a Golden Retriever that he lived extremely well with.
  17. So your saying..... that this not a good choice?
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