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re: IST - 10/14 - 3rd Day - DennisReynolds
He probably knew his fate by being enclosed in a large pen and would rather croak then get shot by a deer farmer ...
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re: Is this normal for Sherburne/Public land in general? - DennisReynolds
Sherburne has plenty of room if you have access to a boat. The only way I would hunt Sherburne is if I was hunting a place that required at least a long hike (.75) miles through the woods where there are no ATV trails in the area, or if I was using a boat to access areas that could not be walked to ...
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re: Food Plot on WMA - DennisReynolds
I can't pull up a specific law but I'm sure it's illegal. Chances are you would never get caught on a WMA in LA. A few things I have found on WMA's in LA over the years: Permanent duck blinds built on cypress trees Decoy spreads left out all season Piles of deer corn The greatest of all ...
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re: Kansas Quail Hunting - DennisReynolds
That's your problem, your experience with public is in LA. Things on public are different in states west of the MS river and north of Tx/LA...
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re: Kansas Quail Hunting - DennisReynolds
Leasing is the problem with hunting these days, don't bring that bull shite to the Midwest. Go hunt public access and knock on doors. Honestly quail populations are so weather dependent I wouldn't be interested in leasing property for only quail. The areas that have high populations change every ye...
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re: Squirrel Season! - DennisReynolds
You've gotta be a real "sport" to put squirrels on a strap...
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re: Missouri buck - DennisReynolds
Out of curiosity, which county was it killed in?...
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re: Anyone duck hunt in Tensas NWR? - DennisReynolds
That's because it's positioned in a sparsely populated part of the state, and the abundance of public land much closer to the few bigger towns in the area. Not to mention that the only people you hear about traveling up there from any distance are deer hunters. If you are going for a week I'd go...
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re: Squirrel Season! - DennisReynolds
Truer words were never spoken. The thought of them evacuating from underneath the skin of a freshly killed squirrel makes my stomach turn. Hence the reason I no longer hunt them this early in the year....
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re: Who here hunts all day and who just hunts the morning and evening - DennisReynolds
I don't hunt Deer much these days, but I do spend quite a bit of time on public land chasing other species. I can't tell you how many times I have come across large deer moving around in the middle of the day after the candyasses have packed it in. Some people just don't get it. 99% of the press...
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re: Akc Black Lab - DennisReynolds
[quote]the best dogs you can have[/quote] Whoah now, lets not take this too far. I bet this ole baw was not expecting this reaming when he came to regime his hooligan pup....
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re: A 5 point with an 18 inch plus spread - DennisReynolds
Public land or private? What region of the state? In some places anything with bone on his head has "superior genetics"...
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re: Akc Black Lab - DennisReynolds
If you refuse to kennel the dog then you are an idiot, and I agree that you need to give the dog to a caring owner....
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re: Advice for Fishing Hog Island Marsh - DennisReynolds
No real shortcut, you must pay the iron price to get to Turners from Fred's. Another option is to put in at Spicers and paddle through the Texaco Cut. Another long arse option, but an option nonetheless....
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re: Good bye duck season... - DennisReynolds
An average of 8 birds per blind in that area would be a good blind. Hope it works out for you. I like to be out there as well, but don't like having to pay to state at the Sky! That's what public land is for!...
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re: Good bye duck season... - DennisReynolds
What's the history of the blind? Was it leased last year? If so, why did the lease come available? My experience in that area is that the further north you go from the ICW, the worse the duck hunting gets. This is somewhat of a generalization, as I'm sure there are some jam up spots going all the...
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re: Good bye duck season... - DennisReynolds
My experience has been somewhat different in the Vermilion parish marshes, specifically the brackish marshes south of HWY 82. When Rita came through and completely turned the marsh over, we had an absolutely banner season. Same thing with Ike. Now the freshwater marsh between 82 and White Lake t...
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re: Good bye duck season... - DennisReynolds
Lol at the rice fields in Morse being good...
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re: Good bye duck season... - DennisReynolds
I bet he was gunna say that this storm will greatly help out his duck season because he hunts Central LA rather than the coast...
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re: Woodstock on shotgun for waterfowl? - DennisReynolds
Have hunted my entire life with wood stocked guns, primarily over/unders. Spent more time hunting the marsh than most, and while my guns have a little character, they are still in pretty good shape. Just don't be a dumbass about how you handle the gun and it will be fine. On the bright side, if y...
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