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re: Dove field recs - MAEFIELD
No and that’s the concern. Looking for best plant combo for birds that also has best chance of surviving game consumption. ...
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Dove field recs - MAEFIELD
Planting several 1-2 acre food plots adjacent to large creek for fall dove hunt near Wakefield La. Looking for suggestions on what to plant, thinking browntop millet and some sunflower thrown in. Plan to plant in next two weeks. Intend to transition food plots to wheat/rye combo after first dove s...
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re: IST 2/5 - MAEFIELD
Touché, and pull cash out of the market now for a reload in early April! ...
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IST 2/5 - MAEFIELD
Turkey hunting Wakefield. Gorgeous morning and gnats have greatly subsided, but not a peep from ole Tom. Anybody hearing birds? ...
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re: Deck build (84% complete) - MAEFIELD
Good lookin pup...
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re: New CBS Sports Mock Draft (LSU) - MAEFIELD
Pimp, Indeed he did, good foreshadowing by you. So excited for Clyde and his fam, most importantly PM and the Chiefs. CEH fits well in Bieniemy‘a offense. ...
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re: Got my first turkey - MAEFIELD
Thanks for the reminder...fully appreciate the value of flock maturity...also relish the tender meat of a young ‘un. In between lies balance. BTW, I’ve killed toms with my grandfather, the best memories. But indelible is the voice of grandma who would say, knowing we live by the axiom of every...
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re: Got my first turkey - MAEFIELD
West Fel just east of Bayou Sara. Gobbled at sunrise, did so off and on for an hour. Thought I had no chance as he was at least 200 yds N of me. Have been practicing the not-yet acquired patience of less-calling. Would hit the box call about every 20 min, though it seemed like an hour between ca...
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Got my first turkey - MAEFIELD
Called and killed my first turkey today. Great hunt. After many frustrating attempts of a bird not closing the last 50yds, finally got one. It’s a Jake, but I’m as proud as I would be of a nice buck. Marinaded breast meat in Allegra hot and spicy, then bacon wrapped smoked it over pecan wood. D...
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re: Gnats! - MAEFIELD
Turkey hunting this morning, covered in vanilla extract nock-off Vic secret spray...if turkeys could smell, they’d never get shot. Hell, prolly won’t get shot by my non-callin, over-callin arse anyway. ...
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Grand isle closed - MAEFIELD
Apparently cops are at GI welcome sign prohibiting entry to the island, save for residents. Anybody verify? Presume “boat-around it” option would include launch at Leeville, anybody try it yet? ...
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re: Golden retriever or Chocolate lab? - MAEFIELD
Have had both chocs and goldens. Prefer chocs. Both are great dogs, found the choc to have less “teenage-boy-like-foolishness” than the golden. Doesn’t mean I don’t like goldens, just prefer chocs. Have a white lab now (Maggie); she is fantastic, but not quite as good as our last choc. [img...
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Gnats! - MAEFIELD
Are the gnats thick where you are? Buffalo gnats make being outside almost unbearable...don’t remember them this bad last Spring. Would suck being a chicken RN. ...
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IST 10 Apr - MAEFIELD
IST 10 Apr -Wakefield near Bayou Sarah -Blind on edge of food plot -Deeks at 20y -Daughter (no pics) home from college on trigger; she’s never killed a Tom Birds are typically heard in all directions at day-break from this spot. Crickets this morning. Hoping heavy rain last night has them s...
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re: I know some of y'all discount China's ascension to the world's greatest economic power but - MAEFIELD
China’s re-ascendancy to prominence has been decades in the making. Jintao used a decade of cheap labor to coil China’s economic base; XI unleashed it by optimizing the arteries of BRI. The goal is regional hegemony and national prominence. They are well on the way. Multipolar, peer adversar...
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re: So they are really running with the Racist Covid angle? - MAEFIELD
_________ Bard _________ This ^^^ Trump didn’t make it racial, nor did Doc Fauci...they said African Americans, once infected, suffered more from the disease than other races in America, not that they are more likely to get it. Their argument was based on empirical data and analysis by the ...
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re: Price of oil - MAEFIELD
Today’s presser was great. In addition to “Smalls” oil-fail nerd, reporters tried to blame him for: - any future COVID infections that occur during WI vote tonight - The demise of USPS (stemmed from NOVA Dem allegation) - Why AA community has experienced worse reaction to COVID than other demo...
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Price of oil - MAEFIELD
Reporter began to ask OMB about oil today and Trump asked him what the price of oil was today. Reporter didn’t know. Trump said something to the affect of “how can you ask about oil without knowing price...you don’t get to ask a question, next!” while pointing at a diff reporter. I mumbled to...
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re: The Shape of War to Come. - MAEFIELD
Indeed, protect national security...that’s doable. But other national interests like protecting economic prosperity? Advancing democracy? Under those parameters, difficult and will increasingly wane. At stake becomes who controls global economic levers (and outcomes) and wields the most inf...
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re: The Shape of War to Come. - MAEFIELD
Forgive the long response. .inB4notreadinallthat shite. China will continue to leverage BRI as a tool to expand political influence, coerce favored nation status amongst regional nations, and solidify its overland and maritime trade routes to facilitate continued GDP production around 6%. The ...
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