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reeltime last won the day on May 30 2020

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  • Birthday 02/15/1966

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    anywhere there are turkeys
  • Hunting Gun
    none they all fell overboard
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    ossage orange sapling
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    dont remember been a member a long time

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  1. thanks everyone. just got back to the house a little while ago.... birthday dinner was homemade lasagna.
  2. Brian, so very sorry to read your post. I want you to know that Judy and I will keep you and the kids in our thoughts. If you need anything please do not hesitate to call. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  3. Not sure how to quote water rats post above but here is a picture I took this morning. I was surprised to see a meme or whatever they are called posted and I actually know and have been in this house and shot ducks from the yard. Looks different today than it did in 2016 or 2017 when the meme pic was taken. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  4. I know this location. I am actually on my way to look at a job just up the street so I will take a current pic. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  5. I know this location. Actually I am on my way to look at a job just up the street so I will try and remember to take a current picture. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  6. Gotta help a short guy out ya know. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  7. while its unlikely here in the east to call birds in from a mile away because of our terrain it is certainly possible to have a bird respond to a call from a great distance. their hearing is probably the best of any game animal we hunt as well as their ability to pinpoint where the sounds are coming from as has already been stated. nothing beats boots on the ground scouting, but we play the cards we are dealt so we use the tools available. there are good hunting apps available and certainly some great satellite imagery to do some online scouting. again it doesn't replace boots on the g
  8. Not knowing what the site elevations are will have to shoot from the hip with recommendations. Doing the pad prior to putting up the building is fine just remember to go a minimum of two foot wider than the outside dimensions of your building the only recommendation is if you are greater than 2 foot of fill filling a low spot like building into a sloped grade then I would extend my building pad 4 to 6 feet greater with than a building on what would be considered the low side of the building. Even if you're not planning on doing a cement pad immediately I would still recommend putting a fine Cr
  9. Thing are looking better since we finally got some rain. A handful of watermelons and cantaloupe showed up already. Lots of tomatoes and of course squash harvests already. Did score a jug of wild sweet cherriesyesterday, first time in 5 years I beat the birds to them. Dropped them off last night so I may have a cherry pie when I get back from pa. , Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  10. Plow with a single bottom plow first, then disc it down. Then put the 5 foot tiller on the 504. Then till twice with the troybuilt horse to get the ground fluffed up good. Once things are planted try to till between the rows weekly but with no rain have not done so until the evening of those pics as rain was forecasted. Other than that I just use a hoe to try and stay ahead of the weeds. We still have gotten very little rain, 1/4 inch out of this supposed heavy storm system today. Oh well got the corn and carrots side dressed before the rain so maybe the fertilizer will help some. Sent fro
  11. We have had no rain. Here to speak of so I've been hauling water out of the bay after work at night or before going to the woods in the mornings before work. Just trying to salvage my sad excuse for a garden this year. So far everything is at least staying green but the carrots and onions are looking bleak. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  12. congrats on one of lifes first big milestones. hard work pays off. I am sure your mom and dad have worked just as hard making sure you begin your adventure into adulthood with a solid foundation. good job mom and dad.
  13. There will only be 1 left and I already have dibs on him so nope there are no deer in pa left.....well after they go full concurrent season this year there will be a huge reduction in population again. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
  14. Got this bird in to 40 yards yesterday morning hammering the whole way but altho I could see the bird and could have shot it had I had a tag and gun jason couldn't see it So with all the rain and storms yesterday until it cleared off later we were going to try and roost him. Well just as yesterday morning later we watched 7 Jake's put a whipping on him and last night saw the same thing. We had a long walk and needed a lot of time as Jason's knee issues have gotten worse as the week went on. Also there is a fresh planted field along the narrow strip of woods I intended for us to set up in. So
  15. Story later but man what a hard hunt down to the wire for jason. Sent from my SM-G930VL using Tapatalk
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