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  • Birthday March 21

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    Camillus, NY

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    Central New York
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    Savage 220
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    Mathews Drenalin LH
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  1. I didn’t plant garlic last year and I will miss the scapes as much as the garlic.
  2. @wolc123, I would use neither. I would use a sickle bar side cutter, which is what that tool is designed for. Would the brush hog or flail cut that hay? Yes, but not well, without stress to the tractor and mower, and without repeated passes to grind everything up. And whatever you cut would be just compost. With a sickle bar mower, rake and baler you could sell that product. If I just want that area short and clean, then I would cut 3 or 4 times a year and not let it get higher than 2 feet.
  3. There you go - sometimes there’s other reasons for a decision than the obvious “which is better”. Electronic PTO and the trailer put the flail in the lead, which will be a very good choice.
  4. This is much more versatile than either of those boat anchors!
  5. I would say it really depends on what you think you will be cutting most of the time. I use my flail mower a lot more than my brush hog. I am cutting 90% grass and food plots, so very few small trees or obstructions in the way. When I am clearing out a new trail thru thick heavy stuff, I will switch to the brush hog, but once the path it pretty well cleared I go back to the flail mower.
  6. A bobber with live bait on a circle hook is a great setup. Don’t set the hook, just reel in the slack and lift your rod.
  7. Happy Father's Day! Sent from my SM-G990U using Tapatalk
  8. http://www.blackridgeoutfitters.ca/index.htm Prices are not listed, they say to call for info. I did not ask my friend what he paid.
  9. I shall inquire young gentleman.
  10. Almost same last name as me, one letter off. I have a friend that booked a trip to Quebec last year. All 4 hunters in camp got a bull. No lotto, not sure how much the hunt was..... Sent from my SM-G990U using Tapatalk
  11. Otto

    Buzz Baits

    I’ve got one tackle box at camp that is top water only. I take that and 2 poles out at night and have a blast. My two favorites are the Heddon Pop-R and also from Heddon the Spit’n Image. Both are quiet, slow retrieve types of baits, although they can be fished aggressively too. I like the slow pace and the the sudden eruption in the dark. I have a bunch of spinnerbaits and buzz baits, caught lots of fish on those too. But I have not used them in a long time. Maybe this summer.
  12. So far, she is standing firm. We may need more pics!!
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