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  1. @LET EM GROW i have the 12ga, 16ga, 20ga, and 28ga 1100 just trying to get the .410 but if you can find one they are so damn expensive. Tough to justify it right now but i keep looking
  2. Sweet little gun you got there. I love shooting light rounds like the .410 or a 28ga. I've been looking for a Remington 1100 .410 for years but they are few and far between it seems.

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    sorry to hear that chef

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    A yellow that size would have much larger second dorsal fins top and bottom alone with longer pec fins that when on its side would lay down where a bluefin is shorter and stay sticking out. large yellow:

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    The fish @The_Real_TCIIIis holding is 100% a bluefin tuna. Beautiful fish by the way dude.

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    6 feet is pretty big, but what is more important is the "duration" meaning the time measured between swells. The longer the duration the better. It makes for nice long swells that make it comfortable.

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    Chris Jack or CJ. If its him he'll know me! You'll have a great time. They make it a very enjoyable trip.

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    they’re out there! Just got in.

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    Thats awsome. Small world, my buddy Steve will probably be the captain. Great guy and great crew.
  10. I actually just finished it. Not sure if id ever want to see it again but like you said it keeps you on edge. Ending was pretty good and unexpected. To come up with a story like that the writer has an interesting/twisted mind to say the least.
  11. It would be used strictly used for out west. Would never see NY soil
  12. I’m not sure if this is the right place to post or possibly the rifle gun hunting section. Do any of you guys have experience with the O’niell Op rifles? I’d love to hear some feed back on the Mod-O that they show on a lot of their videos. Looks like a bad ass coyote gun.
  13. Thanks for the advise guys! Great info
  14. We had planted feed corn for a few years in two different areas one slightly larger then half acre and the other lightly less then a half acre using a Ford 309 two row planter. We had great success in both places and the wildlife seemed to love it. Deer/turkeys/squirrel/blue jays. The issue was that the corn wouldn’t last into the regular season and then it’s only use was cover. Reading about the different kind of soybeans makes me want to give it a try, it seems like you get a longer use out of it due to the deer eating the greens early season then the pods as they harden. Would it benefit trying to get plates for the planter and plant it as row crop so that it can be cultivated early or broadcasted like I have seen some do? Also am I wasting my time with the two small areas? Finally I’ve seen a ton of videos/advertisements on the Eagle forage soybean; any brands/type of soybean you guys recommend?
  15. Sorry, not sure how to rotate the pics and for the background. The man cave is a work in progress......
  16. First buck was just a unique tight rack. 2nd and 3rd were actually shot within 500 yards of each other three years a part.
  17. Would it be weekends only, or would the bow hunters be sharing the woods with shotgun hunters too during week days? Could get kind of tight...
  18. Went up to the property this weekend to try a food plot project with my father that we have been talking about for years! It was a TON of work but well worth it. Had a great time working with my dad trying to race the clock to get the land cleared, plowed, disc, de rocked and de rooted, limed, fertilized and finally try the old Ford 309 corn planter. All within a weekend. Hoping for a little rain and luck to see it grow. Posted a couple pics of the before and after along with some of the work.
  19. Growalot, on long island there is no need to worry about tags for does. Theres basically an unlimited amount of antlerless deer that you can take. Just keep checking the heads in to prove they were antlerless and they will issue you a new one.
  20. A lot of the problem is that the people out here have more money then god. If they don't want the deer to rub on their expensive trees, eat their shrubs they just pay the $10,000+ to have their entire property fenced in without blinking an eye. I do not agree with the cull at all, but something needs to be done. Maybe a doe only year or shoot 2,3,4 does before you can get a chance at a buck tag. A lot of the guys that hunt out here drive 45min or more to hunt with the hopes of a trophy and are not going to shoot does unless they were told they have too.
  21. there are a ton in every creek and harbor out east. If their not there yet they will be soon.
  22. way too many deer, and with everyone fencing in their entire property its not helping...
  23. had to fence mine in as well. The deer started to eat them right to the wood the night I planted them.
  24. i have a few newly planted apple trees this year as well that have began to flower. Should I just take the flower off at the stem by pulling with my fingers or cut them off in a different place on the actual branch?
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