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re: Does anyone remember a rainier summer? - ABucks11
If anyone has trouble monitoring rainfall at camps or locations they dont live, the best wesbite I have found for daily rain is through the NOAA website. You can change the map from rainfall in the last 3 hours all the way to 120 days. [link=(http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ridge2/RFC_Precip/)]Rainfall M...
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re: Does anyone remember a rainier summer? - ABucks11
[quote]Then I went and planted food plots in September and my place turned in to the Sahara Desert.[/quote] We had the same experience the last two years planting in September. This year's summer plots and clover look amazing with all this rain, but we still plan to wait till October to avoid the...
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re: TV Hunting Shows - ABucks11
[quote]I see a lot of people in this thread watching YouTube shows. What are some of the better ones?[/quote] I am also curious....
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re: Louisiana Sportsman Show in the Superdome - ABucks11
The QDMA National Convention is in the New Orleans this weekend and partnering with the Sportsman Show. I think it will be better than usual with the national exposure....
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re: Anyone here used the Ozonics Scent Eliminators? - ABucks11
I have used Ozonics for one season. First time using it I had a doe sneak up behind me and wind me. I was pissed. Did some research and I wasn't using it correctly based on the wind. After that I never had another deer blow at me. It's not 100% effective as some deer react to the smell of ozone a...
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re: How to hunt hogs at night - ABucks11
Hijack comment: I would be interested in any pictures or diagrams on your trap trigger since mine is lacking. I thoroughly enjoyed your thread and have used lots of tips on my first hog trap....
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re: Food while Camping - ABucks11
Just freeze meals ahead of time. Did the same thing in Yellowstone and ate like kings. Flew with a ice chest full of frozen spaghetti, chili, red beans, and burger patties. Little Colman stove heated everything up nicely. ...
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re: Yes, there is way too much emphasis on being National Seed (stats inside!) - ABucks11
Yes, only 40% of the national seeds have made it to Omaha in the last 5 years but 60% of the teams in Omaha in last 5 years hosted a Super Regional. The key to getting to Omaha is home field advantage. In the Last 10 years: 67.5% of #1 seeds won their regional 67.5% of Super Regional hosts ma...
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re: Hog Trapping advice - figure "C" trap? - ABucks11
We built one a month ago here in Louisiana using horse panels and 8' tee posts. To get them used to it, we wired it open for the first two weeks. Then propped open the entrance with a small stick so the little ones could get in and an adult would hit the stick causing it to close. We caught 4 so fa...
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re: Has anyone done a quality perennial foodplot ( clover and chicory) - ABucks11
[quote]Bushhog and fertilize native browse is one of the best things you can do. But the bushhogging is important.[/quote] This is a great point. I've read lightly discing helps encourage native broadleaf plants to grow and bushhogging encourages native grasses(which are usually inferior in nutri...
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re: Has anyone done a quality perennial foodplot ( clover and chicory) - ABucks11
Our best hunting seasons hands down have been after planting summer plots and I think they are more important than fall plots. We have tried a couple of different summer plots (millet, sorghum, cow peas, and soybeans). Soybeans and cow peas are hands down the most preferred but were eaten within 3 w...
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re: IST 12-7 - ABucks11
Are you hunting in Australia?...
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re: Nate's Buck Bait is the Shit - ABucks11
Must be nice to hunt where there are no hogs. ...
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re: Possible New World Record Typical Killed in Iowa - ABucks11
The pictures look like it was taken with a Polaroid from the 80s. Hellva of a deer though. ...
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re: Watchespn app not streaming SEC Network? - ABucks11
I had the same problem with a Cox log in. I ended up getting a Direct TV log in to get it to work. Not sure if because the LSU game was on SEC Network, ESPN is trying to block it so you watch it on actual TV. ...
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re: LSU got beat down by Arkansas and - ABucks11
Toledo beat Arkansas who beat Ole Miss who beat Alabama. So luckily Bama isn't playing Toledo as they would have no chance of winning. You see how dumb your argument is? ...
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re: Houston OTers Flood emergency check in - ABucks11
Buddy made it to work in Sugar Land and took beltway 8 from i10 and then 59. Looks like 59 South is closed at 610 loop. ...
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re: Selling a gun just to buy another gun. Why? - ABucks11
Because who wants to keep a muzzleloader in Louisiana. Sold mine and bought a 45-70. Best decision ever...
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re: 1/3 IST/IBT - ABucks11
East Feliciana Humid and hot 7mm-08 Killed some wood ducks and now deer hunting until it rains. Sucks that next week will be perfect as I go back to work. ...
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re: deer skinning knives - ABucks11
Havalon piranta knife. It is the one with changeable blades that are as sharp as scalpels. Cuts through deer and hogs like butter. ...
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