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LET EM GROW last won the day on November 10 2022

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  • Birthday 06/24/1986

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  1. That is awesome, Id love to find one in 28ga. I have the 12 and 20ga. Through inheritance
  2. Probably a few I'm sure, but Id also like to think they were smarter back then and didn't go out in the middle of it? Like they did in Buffalo at Christmas time last year. And that storm took 40 some?
  3. I wasn't aware they made one in 1100. That's great. I know its not the same but there's a couple new semi 410s out that are great guns. I'm a big fan of small bore/caliber guns. with todays technology you can make them shoot like big bore guns to an extent. Recently picked up an O/U 28ga and I love it.
  4. That is awesome! Ive never even seen a set like that before! I found a somewhat local 16ga Topper Id love to have.


    Here is a few from that litter i mentioned, I cant seem to find the pics where all of them are in one frame. That fall I got actually video footage on a camera of this pack(In September) killing a fawn, and the doe running crazy trying to distract the coyotes. You cna hear the fawn screaming in the background, and the doe and other coyotes running wild back and forth in front of the cam.. Then little while later, see the fawn in pieces being carried away.. This past summer they were back using this same den site, and always out at las tlight and into the mornings. We killed 5 of them opening week, calling after dark..


    If your property has what coyotes want and need to survive you will have to kill them every single time you see them to put a serious hurting on them. even in the 24/7 365 states, they are heavily populated.. when you see packs in summer or 8+ pups they are rebuilding.. I posted here a few years back of 11-13 pups in one litter on my property. Pretty wild.. throw in 2 or 3 coyote pairs that have 10 pups and a good share survive, that's 20-30 coyotes made by say 3 sets of parents.. They are really built to survive.. Fascinating creatures if you ask me. I love hunting them, but like anything else they need controlling as well. I think many people don't hunt them too much in warm weather bc there is so much else going on people are busy and doing other things. Winter creates a lot of down time and many people "Think" they're going to become coyote hunters, but they really just become coyote educators lol.


    Coyote populations are sustained by the way they live. you kill them a bunch, they have bigger litters. They disperse in such a way that when pairs get broken up by killing one or both that the transient coyotes will step in and either take new role of mother or father of the pair and help raise young.. Research on coyote is really fascinating on how they are built to survive
  8. No problem. If your looking for someone though I could probably find a good man to give it a shot. Have a couple friends out that way and they're better than me lol You're Welcome.
  9. Although "illegal", you can still feed them these things and not kill a single deer, but you have to offer it in small quantity at first, and slowly add to the amount as weeks go by.. too much of a new harsh food at once is what kills them. But most deer know when too much is too much and make themselves stop.. The absolute best way to feed deer in the winter time (a legal way) Is cut a soft maple or poplar down, every week or so, they will strip every bud off until they're gone. This Creates cover for wildlife too. When flush cut, the stump will turn into a "Mineral stump" and the younger lower ground vegetation in summer, will be a food source for a couple years.
  10. If you have an open field to call on and not to far, id certainly give it a shot for you a time or two if you'd like!? Depending on where in the FLX, i hunt from Wayne county south to Alleghany and Steuben. Residing in Steuben
  11. As mentioned above, coyotes are hot on deer tails nearly all the time.. probably just testing the waters or strolling through. If near 8P id be glad to call it a few times for ya.
  12. Its cool to see all the different style measuring devices out there. Being in the tool and die trade I see a lot, but there's more I haven't seen either..
  13. You can find the newer single shots these days for about $200-$250. There's pumps and semis in most all gun shops I've been in lately as well. Can pay a lot more depending on what you want. But if he is interested he should start looking now, as Turkey season nears they'll start flying off the shelf as they've become a hot commodity with tungsten shot.
  14. Yes, that is exactly what i wanted to do. get an inexpensive front hi viz bead on there. Thanks for the idea!
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