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  1. Emma, my 9 year old granddaughter, just competed in the math olympics from 6 private schools in Seminole County, Florida. She attends Orangewood Christian school. There were many kids involved, and the contest has been scheduled for months. Low and behold, she won (first place) in the 3rd grade section! I'm proud as a peacock for my little sweetie!
    15 points
  2. I don't blame her for bailing on this site. Half the posters on here are nuts lately.......carrying on like little kids. This crap is getting old! It really must be the weather............. Carry on.
    11 points
  3. Just finished this bruiser for a good buddy of mine. Based on sheds and trail cam pics, this buck was at least 7.5 year old last fall. In fact, I found his sheds from the previous year and they were 20" larger than when he was killed. It's amazing that a deer can live that long in these part...truely an amazing animal.
    9 points
  4. I'm taking out just enough to win
    8 points
  5. Meet Dutch, our new DD puppy that we got yesterday! My wife and I couldn't be more excited. I've raised one of these before and was amazed at how smart they were, so I promised myself i'd get my own once I got my own house. What better day to hang with the new pup then on a snow day! Some pics below​​​​​​​! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    7 points
  6. Rarrrrrrrrrr! I've come across my fair share of scary holes over the years, but none more terrifying than these..... Anyone wanna guess what kind of hole the last one is,lol
    6 points
  7. Youth hunt - who wants to bring a slightly overweight young at heart youth with a slightly receding hairline? I know one that needs some serious help! Spinner beanie will be worn by the youth to prove his age if needed.
    6 points
  8. you should double check the use of the word cum... especially when following up with a beaver reference.
    4 points
  9. That’s not true. Larry put me in a headlock when I met him and Pygmy kicked me in the nutZ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    4 points
  10. Never stand directly behind them.
    4 points
  11. Big ol' pile of brush, with shrimp, avocado.
    4 points
  12. You're all a bunch of wishy-washy, mamby-pamby, so and so's, if you don't agree with ME!!!.................grin. Now.....back to our regularly scheduled, way too many pages, of mumbo-jumbo.
    3 points
  13. no. most out of hand was the guy who quit over the sasquatch thread... where literally all we were doing was joking around. Bill i think his name was.
    3 points
  14. Nothing some sunshine and vitamin D won't cure
    3 points
  15. A beer and wings summit at the Goat seems in order once place is back up and running. TF can preside over summit in his bunny suit and big gavel. .
    3 points
  16. WOW, Now I feel the need to cum clean. I've taken a beaver or two out of season.
    3 points
  17. Signs of true affection Biz!
    3 points
  18. Homemade chicken fingers and waffle fries in the fryer. Steamed peas ( again ) on the side. Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
    3 points
  19. Tacos with nacho shells. Oh, and yes, there are veggies in the taco! Beef, tomato, and lettuce. Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
    2 points
  20. I can not remember where I read it but in the late 1800s early 1900s some millionaire that owned one of those so called "great camps" attempted to establish several exotic big game species including Russian-European wild boars. It turned out to be a big failure because of the weather and terrain-habitat. It was not the temperatures it was the deep snows that did the boars in as their short legs made it too hard for them to navigate and they all died of starvation basically. About the same time another rich guy turned loose a bunch on the Cumberland plateau in Tennessee and they established a breeding population that are still carrying on today in them parts.
    2 points
  21. i made this in my masterbuilt smoker. Jerky [beefi prefer venison used what i had] and a salmon 180 degs @ 41/2 hrs .I know its a little high but it was 43 degs and from past experience the outside temp affects the smoker [ i gotta buy the blanket that wraps around the unit they sell] The jerky i cheated i used high mountain seasoning my daughter gave me .the salmon i made a dry cure 1/2 maple sugar ,1/2 cup brown sugar ,1 cup of salt[ going to use like a little more than 1/2 cup it was a little salty not much but tone it down a little] and i basted it with maple syrup my friend john a farmer up in durham where i hunt makes maple syrup, my wife said it looks like motor oil .i told her just taste it and she loved it. in the early part of the season the sap is very light then it gets darker as it get warmer
    2 points
  22. And to think the people making these decisions are highly educated (I did NOT say intelligent) and they have control over the education of Americas youth.
    2 points
  23. For me.......the highlight of this thread, so far, has been wooly's photo's!!!!
    2 points
  24. I see the spiked punch is being served again.
    2 points
  25. One of the great things about loading custom ammo for your own use is the large number of component choices available. All aspects of shooting and hunting can be covered from ammo created and is put together by the handloader to obtain fine accuracy for target-varmint shooting, for plinking loads on the cheap, and for full power performance loads that provide the best terminal effects. There are powders along with bullets manufactured for all applications. It is fun and rewarding to concoct a handloading recipe that accomplishes your ammo goals. So there can be a large number of powders that can be actually used to produce ammo that works for just about every individual cartridge. That being said there is usually one or two that will stand out and give the most efficient -optimum results as to velocity and accuracy. Those are the powders that will be producing ammo that performs exactly to what the shooter is looking for out of their particular firearm. Factory ammo these days is better than ever, bullet selection and performance is much improved from what it once was and it is very accurate for the most part. That being said it is still a one size fits all proposition and that is where handloading has advantages. The tweaking of ammo for each individual firearm getting the most out of it. One inch groups may be shrunk to 3/4" or even less, velocities may also be upped somewhat along with some pretty good savings for the shooters that like a lot of trigger time. Al
    2 points
  26. I'm jealous of your holes! Sick shots! Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
    2 points
  27. Thank god it's cold out. I won't have to think of a clever excuse
    2 points
  28. Man this thread is wild...I guess we all have different views on stuff. I would have taken a mouse squeaker my kids and wife a few chairs and a blind and camera and tried to coax whatever was in there out. Sure probably with a gun on my hip incase it became threatening which would then make it legal. And had some learning time watching the critters play/be curious. Again I know it's been posted but what on Earth makes killing coyote out of season any different than killing deer out of season? Coyotes are more of a trophy to me than any deer and would shoot a coyote over the biggest buck side by side 100 times out of 100 so just bc you think it's nusiance or overpopulated doesn't make it right. Just like me shooting a deer out of a field next to your camp out of season isn't right either. Wild how a few think this is ok when we are all outdoorsman. Especially when the probability of pups is pretty high. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
    2 points
  29. Zero. But when I was a kid I remember a family of Fox moved in under my parents shed. We would see like 6-8 of them at a time and the mom fox always stood there angry when i played basketball. My dad closed up the holes and the fox moved farther away. My point is, why junk straight to killing animals that you haven’t even seen yet? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  30. Ned Flanders ??? I think it's the first time I've been called one of them....Does it mean " creepy old fat dude who smells like Old Spice "....??
    2 points
  31. About 5 yrs ago on the first day of youth season, a young gal and I sat in a snow storm. Couldn't see 50 yrds. Heard the birds on roost, but they shut up once they hit the ground. Was one of the few times I was glad to get into a warm truck during turkey season. Ended up getting her first tom the next day in the same spot.
    2 points
  32. it's funny i've got at least 3 venison "cook books" given to me. many of the recipes are pretty lack luster. i've come across many thought and have some of my own i've been thinking about writing down for a book of my own that can be stuffed in my kitchen cabinets somewhere. i have this thing for sawing through bone. always seems messy with bone dust all over the meat. all my meat i process gets boned out.
    2 points
  33. I read this article and thought to share it > http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/04/18/how-to-cook-venison-and-what-should-make-with-each-cut-meat.html
    2 points
  34. Soon the posts will get back to hunting instead of that nonsense. It's been a looong cabin fever season - Spring turkey season can't get here fast enough!
    2 points
  35. Yep, you are right Lawdwaz.....some just can't let it go.
    2 points
  36. Those poor peas must feel so inadequate! Everything else looks yummy! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  37. I still believe, that face to face, over a beer, most all here would get along just fine. But then again................. maybe not.
    2 points
  38. According to the polls Hillary Clinton should be president lol.
    2 points
  39. Oh for Christ sake.... if you're gonna come on here and openly admit to breaking the damn game laws, then don't go getting all sensitive when not everyone here rolls over and accepts it.
    2 points
  40. Chef has sone coyote skulls Just needs to dig them out
    2 points
  41. All you city boys pack up your families and go back where you came from!
    2 points
  42. Good ole pasta dinner 'sauce made from Dads recipe book/a mix of pork beef goat and lamb tomatoes onion's garlic.
    2 points
  43. Just found out my trip is cancelled, so Ill be home to take Haley out this weekend!!!!! Wooohooo!!!!
    2 points
  44. You guys should use me as a role model'' I never do ANYTHING illegal... Well,,,There was that ONE time.... I swear to God that that little tramp told me she was 18...
    2 points
  45. i've trapped all sort of critters from coons to opossums and shoot squirrels that mess up my bird feeder. so sue me. whats the difference between coyotes and putting out poison for moles, mice etc. Where do we draw the line?
    2 points
  46. Im going to do what I see fit. Difference is, Im not going to post it on the internet.
    2 points
  47. Another folly from yesterday Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  48. You don't think that is because most here would rather use a gun Then anything else has something to do with those numbers do you ? Do a poll that asks , if you could pick one either have a extra week of gun hunting. Or a extra week xbow hunting Not be able to do both . What do you think people would pick ? You would get these same results except it would be 70% / 80% for gun over xbow . Alot of guys will drive farther just to hunt rifle zone over a shotgun zone. Or are so happy they changed it in some places
    1 point
  49. This should most certainly play in our favor. As soon as we get that first warm up, the birds should be hot and ready to play
    1 point
  50. Set trail cam. Don't kill the pups that's not very sportsman like. Anyone can kill a pup takes skill to kill them as adults. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
    1 point
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