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  1. 8 points
    jbell1981

    Random Daily Pics

    I have the same picture from 2016!
  2. 7 points
  3. 7 points
    minky

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    Simple pleasure, a short little trip on the snake river with my solo canoe.
  4. 7 points
    bobberineyes

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    Wish I had canon's camera on this trip.
  5. 6 points
    chaffmj

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    Showy lady's slipper.
  6. 6 points
    minky

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    As my internet friend said, just a man with his cock.
  7. 6 points
    Big Dave2

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    Spent the weekend at the camper and put together a shed.
  8. 6 points
    Canon Guy

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    Tonight
  9. 6 points
    rundrave

    Time for a smoke

    First attempt at pork belly burnt ends. Cubed and rubbed and then smoked at 275 until internal temp hit 195. Sprayed them down with apple juice every 45mins and then smoked another hour or so in sauce. Left a few out in a separate pan in just apple juice to see how they would be and they ended up a little dry but edible. The sauced ones were basically meat candy will definitely try it again.
  10. 6 points
    Grainbelt

    What's on the grill

    Kabetogama walleyes, the darker ones were blackened.
  11. 6 points
    rl_sd

    What's on the grill

    The wifes birthday was last week, mine is next month, and we have an anniversary in between there so we decided to go out and buy a flat top grill (griddle) as our gift to each other. Took a while to get it seasoned (10 beers and 10 oz of flax seed oil) but it’s finally done and ready to use. Decided to make up some chicken Phillies tonight. Lot different than using my pellet smoker or gas grill, but still fun to play with. Will definitely be a hit through out the summer at breakfast time!
  12. 6 points
    rundrave

    Random Daily Pics

    Ran into this guy on the bike trail today:
  13. 5 points
    Canon Guy

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  14. 5 points
    chaffmj

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  15. 5 points
    bobbymalone

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    View from the hammock this weekend
  16. 5 points
    smalliehunter

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    a trailer issue has put me without a boat since may 26. Hard getting parts these dayscruised up to my folks place yesterday to pick up my old boatafter all these years, she still catches biggins lol
  17. 5 points
    Wanderer

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    Duffman

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  19. 5 points
    chaffmj

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    Couldn't get Yogi to come into the car for a ride.
  20. 5 points
    Duffman

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    The only sun hitting the ground in a 75 yard radius. And it's on the local BMX kids large stick fort.........three days before the Solstice.
  21. 5 points
    snagfinder

    What's on the grill

    Is the mint Copenhagen to sprinkle over the top at the end?
  22. 5 points
    rl_sd

    What's on the grill

    On the Facebook pellet grill forums, it seems like smoked quest dip is all the rage...... so I decided to jump on the bandwagon and give it a shot. It ended up being a much bigger pan full than I thought! Next time I will be doing a half batch
  23. 5 points
    Canon Guy

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  24. 5 points
    minky

    Pike from last winter

    I fried up my 35" northern from last season tonight. It was so good! I know no one is thinking about winter spearing but sometimes I catch myself daydreaming. Heres to early ice and the chance to do what me love!
  25. 5 points
    Duffman

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  26. 4 points
    Wanderer

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    Lil evening cruise with the Mrs. tonight. Lawn mowed, bills paid, things in place for tomorrow. Why not get on the lake and see a little moon rise?
  27. 4 points
    chaffmj

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    Dead snake in the road.
  28. 4 points
    chaffmj

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    She also had a hitchhiking snail on her back!
  29. 4 points
    chaffmj

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  30. 4 points
    smalliehunter

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  31. 4 points
    Duffman

    What's on the grill

    Got home from fishing and the Mrs put me on grill duty. Me...*looks down* "This ain't gonna work." Mrs Duff...."Potatoes have been precooked in the microwave." Me....."This is gonna work." So good.
  32. 3 points
    Duffman

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  34. 3 points
    rundrave

    Panfish Photo Gallery

    Been a long goal of mine to crack 10” and this guy came up just short at 9 3/4”. Still a respectable blue gill for this area. Odd coloring I thought also was more black and white and no blue or orange. I broke 9” on a few fish today that all were released.
  35. 3 points
    LHarris

    A Door To The Past

    A Door To The Past This spring Gary Peters and I took out a camera crew from Discover Wisconsin to chase trout. I got to Gary's house early and we talked a while. Gary was sporting a very unique flannel shirt. He told me he was gifted it by a friend. It was a vintage Woolrich Chamois Flannel. I admired it and asked what size it was. I felt it and was impressed by the thickness and how supple it was. He guessed it was about 35 years old. Gary's vintage shirt was what stuck with me the most from the outing. I could not put my finger on what it was. I decided I must find a shirt like Gary's in my size. Two weeks later it came in the mail. I found it on hsolist and it costed less then 20 bucks with postage. As I opened the package and admired it a long dormant memory from my childhood peaked through a door from the past. I was in Reber's Gas Station and I was seven years old again. Reber's was where all of my Dad's outdoors friends met there on Sunday mornings to tell tales about their outdoor conquests. The tales varied from pheasant hunting to trout fishing. Some of the tellers of tales wore their newest jackets or flannels. It was kind of a men's fashion show in the 1960s there at Reber's. I can't remember which one of the guys had on a new Woolrich flannel shirt but there was one and all of the crew there wowed and coveted the prized Chamois Flannel. The crew broke up typically after church was over. They went to pick up their children and wives at the church. I can remember talking to my dad about that flannel shirt and he told that he spent his extra money on family and actual hunting and fishing gear. My dad typically wore a dickey's work shirt. It had no bling like the Woolrich. There were six children in our family. My dad hunted and fished to put food on the table. He could not afford the fancy fashion shows at the gas station. My mom use to kid dad that he only produced so many kids so he would eventually have at least one to take with him so he could get twice the fish and another deer and more pheasants. My mom was not kidding. My dad's plans did not come to fruition because he left the earth at age 40 when he was up north deer hunting with his brother. My dad died of a heart attack. My mother was left to raise six children by herself. I remember the first Christmas after my dad died. I got sox and underwear. Looking back on those days my mother did one heck of a job keeping all of us in clothing and feeding us. That flannel Gary was sporting while we fished opened that door to the past. For years I was envious of all of the other kids I went to school with. Getting necessities for Christmas instead of presents a kid with a dad who was a lover of the outdoors got was hard to tolerate. I did not even realize I was influenced by my past so much. I am retired these days and my wife still works. Our one daughter is an adult and works and has her own money. I use to fish and hunt. I was a fanatic I admit it. My wife and daughter will not eat anything I hunted. I sold my guns 15 years ago. Hunting just to kill or horn hunt was not what my dad had taught me hunting was about. I even donated my venison to local food bank for a couple years. I hung up my bow and deer rifle. I still am a fishing maniac. I love my good gear. I would like to step back in time and open that door to the past and sit in my dad's chair in Reber's Station on Sunday mornings and sport my Woolrich. I am still a fanatic about outdoor gear. I could buy new flannel shirts but there is something about the older Woolrich. Woolrich has changed hands and does not make the outdoor related theme shirts anymore. My wife asked me if I am done every time a vintage Woolrich shirt is in the mailbox that I purchased on hsolist. I believe I am done.
  36. 3 points
    smurfy

    Deer roasts

    NOOOOOOOOOO.................. not boiled meat..........specially vension.
  37. 3 points
    Canon Guy

    Random Daily Pics

    My neighbor out target shooting yesterday. Don't tell anyone in the gun control thread.
  38. 3 points
    1968

    Strawberries with a side of deer flies

    Found a nice patch and had to evacuate immediately. Came back with a sticky hat trap not caring what I looked like, not that anybody saw me. It's just amazing how effective solo cup traps work, first time I've worn one though. Went from surrounded to almost none by the time I was done and only suffered one bite.
  39. 3 points
    Wanderer

    Random Daily Pics

    Had some more random nature viewing today. This time in town in Brainerd. Could’ve had better pics but or daughter called just as I was going to start clicking. Shut me out for the critical moments! A sow and 3 cubs needed to hit the drinking fountain. Sow was at the fountain when we stopped but headed back to woods by the time I got my camera squared away on my phone.
  40. 3 points
    minky

    Solo canoe

    Picked up my old town 119 solo today. Nice canoe! I took it to the lake this afternoon, preformed great. I think I am going to really enjoy this canoe!
  41. 3 points
    bobberineyes

    What's on the grill

    The wife says I'm not cool enough but gonna try it anyhow!! Thanks for the idea!
  42. 3 points
    Pat K

    Trolling motor keeps conking out

    Many years ago a co-worker at a big box store did his own battery storage test. When he bought a new set of batteries for his 24v trolling motor he labeled the batteries and stored battery A in the boat in my unheated pole shed. This is MN so it saw sub-zero temp regularly. Battery B was stored in the utility room of his town home. He prepared them for storage by removing all wires, topping off fluids and charging them then forget about them for the winter. Every spring he tested the batteries and the cold storage battery was always a few tenths of a volt higher than the warm storage battery. Both of them still had 85-90% of their charge. He was a retired electrician and believed anyone who charged a battery inside of their house was a prime candidate for a Darwin award because of the explosive gasses that can result from charging the battery. Battery B that was stored inside failed midway through its 6th season. Wynn worked part time and fished most of the rest of his time so they had heavy use. Battery A was moved to his ice house and lasted a couple more years. His work experience was with AC but everything he had been taught about DC was that cold storage was better for a battery because it slowed down the chemical reaction so a battery with nothing connected to it would self discharge much slower. A fully charged battery doesn't freeze until -75F Not a big enough sample to prove anything but I still find it interesting.
  43. 3 points
    chaffmj

    Random Daily Pics

  44. 3 points
    Wanderer

    Our fragile panfish population

    I was out at a local lake last night and found the gills on beds with a few crappies mixed in. I was learning the lake and planned on keeping moving and targeting bass but couldn’t resist pulling a few pannies in. As always it was fun but I didn’t keep any and ran into several beds. They were topping out at a solid 8 inches on the board. As I moved along I could see someone down the line, I thought maybe he was fishing bass also but he didn’t move until I got within about 75 yards. When I got to the spot he was fishing there was another set of beds but I couldn’t see a fish on them. Threw my bait in and didn’t get bit. I’ve been that guy before but I’ve seen that scenario play out too many times to be OK with it anymore. I know the panfish get hammered all winter and that’s probably putting the biggest hurt on the population but stripping the beds is something we really need to curb IMO.
  45. 3 points
    Yes - absolutely thank you to Borch for running this again! And thanks to everyone who entered! Having the contest and getting some encouragement helped me get more back in tune to the spring turkey season than I have been lately. And learn the lesson (again) to not under estimate what’s available and what can happen for anyone.
  46. 3 points
    Congrats Wanderer! Shoot Rick a PM to make arrangements for your prize. Thanks everyone! It was a challenging but fun season.
  47. 2 points
    minky

    Deer roasts

    Guys, I have a confusion to make. I cut the remaining roast up into bite sized pieces and did a deer stew. It was amazing! I work an early morning job. So I came home, put everything in the crock pot, 5 hours later, good eating! I know it's not hot stew/soup season, but it hit the spot!
  48. 2 points
    tacklejunkie

    Random Daily Pics

    These are all great pictures
  49. 2 points
    minky

    Random Daily Pics

    One of my favorite deer pics from 2 years ago. Mid day, middle of a snowstorm during rifle season.
  50. 2 points
    Congrats Wanderer! Thanks once again Borch for doing this.
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