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  1. Archerysniper

    HSO Bear Photo's

    Tagged out after only sitting two hours opening night. Didn't get a weight but it was heavy.
    8 points
  2. 5 points
  3. Wanderer

    Random Daily Pics

    I had a reminiscing trip today. We kayaked the Pine River from the dam in town to the 15 bridge just before the Whitefish. We used to have a family cabin along that stretch back when a kid could wander the woods and logging roads through Potlatch land and other parcels before anyone really gave a rip if you were there. Just don’t mess things up. Now most of the ground is posted and Potlatch sold out as well. That’s where I learned to hunt and we spent our summers catching rock bass in the river with occasional pike and walleyes. It was heaven for us. Now I’d have to get per
    5 points
  4. minky

    Random Daily Pics

    Sign in Algoma Wisconsin
    5 points
  5. 5 points
  6. Wanderer

    Random Daily Pics

    Bonfire Me explaining Sillytown to a neighbor
    4 points
  7. Scoot

    Plans this Fall

    My season hasn't started like I had hoped. No bears have touched our baits, so that was a bust. But... I was super jacked about getting my on on his first elk hunt this Sep. However, my dad has cancer and ended up in the hospital for the last six weeks. I didn't feel like I could leave, so I put the trip on hold for a year. I am really bummed to not be able to take Ryan to MT for his first elk hunt, but this deal trumps that, so we stayed home. Ryan is pretty darn mature for a 15 year old boy and has handled it really well. All of my time is being spent in my office, my dad's hospital r
    4 points
  8. rundrave

    What's on the grill

    Got my vote:
    4 points
  9. Sax-Zim bog area. Sandhill cranes
    4 points
  10. Even better fried up the next day!
    4 points
  11. Meatloaf on the pellet grill today. First time I’ve done it out of the pan because I wanted more smoke on it. I wrapped 3 with parts of some pans I use for smaller items that go on the grill. All but one we stuffed with cheese. One had baby bells, one string cheese sticks, and the other had hoop cheese. The fourth had a combination of the three with what was left. Turned out fantastic with the baby bells being the favorite.
    4 points
  12. chaffmj

    Random Daily Pics

    Lunch time.
    4 points
  13. rundrave

    Random Daily Pics

    Back to the dog days of summer heat I’m ready for fall
    4 points
  14. 3 points
  15. minky

    Cool old rack

    Cool old rack from days gone by. 1947 was written on the back.
    3 points
  16. Finns

    Cool old rack

    Thought you might have old picture of my wife?
    3 points
  17. Mottled beanbags and Bull Ringdings.. Was at the shop at 3:45 this morning.. Needed to get the last couple beanbags colored so I can start on the woodros next week.. Looking forward to a lowboat morning with these guys..
    3 points
  18. Hate to change the subject but it was flank steak sandwiches tonight. Sautéed veggies with the steak pulled at 145 to rest a smidge. Served on a bun loaded with homemade chipotle sauce. Third time we've done this this summer, wish i had a link..
    3 points
  19. huntnfish

    What's on the grill

    I’m going to have to try the mayo on the PB sandwich. It has to be dukes mayo though. My go to sandwich when the wife and kids kids are gone is a sunny side up egg on peanut butter toast. If I have some bacon or maybe sausage I’ll add that but it stands pretty well on its own. All this talk talk has me thinking that maybe tonight’s meatloaf sandwich will be mayo and peanut butter?
    3 points
  20. Dang, and here I thought I was off a little with a peanut butter fried egg sammich...
    3 points
  21. I like butter on all my sandwiches. Especially a peanut butter sandwich!
    3 points
  22. jbell1981

    Trail Layout

    Thought it would be fun to revisit this almost 2 years later. It's been a lot more work creating trails than I thought it would be. So it's been slow. We've got a few trails in the west half of my property, but so far the east half has been barely used. Last fall, extreme rain put a damper on creating any as most of my property was under a couple inches of water (or more). But this Summer and fall We've been going hard every few weeks. We got a camper (until I can build that cabin) and made an 8ft+ wide trail to get that back in the woods. The other trails are around 4ft wide (wi
    2 points
  23. Finally picked up one yesterday. Getting it seasoned this morning just have to figure out what to cook on it now Going to try some cheese steaks tonight. Breakfast tomorrow morning and then some hibachi. I already see myself getting the bigger unit. But this little one will be perfect for tailgate meal after a long hunt this fall and in the ice house this winter.
    2 points
  24. Trying new paint techniques on my new hens. Laying in the base colors on feather groups. The primaries are gonna get redone..
    2 points
  25. hugonian1

    Plans this Fall

    Sorry to hear about your adversity Scoot. You certainly do have your priorities right. Ryan will learn some great life lessons from these situations. Sometimes life just gets in the way of our best laid plans. I learned this personally the last 2 years. Had all kinds of plans. Then diagnosed with 2 cancers. Had to cancel a long planned first western hunt. Montana archery elk. Made it a goal to do that trip the next year which was last year. I fought and worked like hell to make that happen and it did. The goal was to get up on a Montana mountain top and hear a bull elk bugle. H
    2 points
  26. Wanderer

    Random Daily Pics

    On the way to the SCI shoot at Wings North in Pine City on Saturday morning.
    2 points
  27. rundrave

    Random Daily Pics

    Harvest has started:
    2 points
  28. chaffmj

    HSO Bear Photo's

    I shot this one while riding my bike!
    2 points
  29. 2 points
  30. pushbutton

    Lobster Mushrooms

    Good year for them. Bunch of other. stuff too. Found a nice grab bag this past weekend checking out some new to me land 100 or so miles north of the cities.
    2 points
  31. I’d put a tarp on top of it. Not the most waterproof if you get heavy rain or snowmelt.
    2 points
  32. Hawg

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    My little yellow birds grew into Orioles! I guess I never noticed them when they were that young before.
    2 points
  33. Scoot

    Plans this Fall

    Yes indeed, cancer sucks. I'm glad to hear you were able to make those dreams come true, Hugo. Nothing better than an elk bugle in the cool, crisp mountain air. I love it. I hope you sty healthy and have a great fall. Thank you very much for the well wishes. Scott
    1 point
  34. chaffmj

    Random Daily Pics

    Not sure what this is from but it is bigger than any deer bones I have come across. Moose maybe?
    1 point
  35. Duffman

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    Drove by the Spring Lake Store for the first time last week after taking a mattress to the dump. I'm like "Uh oh, Smurf territory." Bear took out the in-laws crab apple tree 3 weeks ago on the south side of Jessie.
    1 point
  36. chaffmj

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    Pulled our hummingbird feeders tonight after 3 days with out seeing any. Can't wait for the bears to go to sleep so I can put out sunflower seeds and suet again! Ran into this guy while biking yesterday. I told him it was time to take a long nap soon!
    1 point
  37. Rick

    Fishing docks

    Mom and Dad teaching common courtesy is a wonderful thing.
    1 point
  38. hugonian1

    Plans this Fall

    Getting pumped up. Agree with bobbymalone about the early season bugs. The cool Temps seemed to have knocked them down quite a bit. Will be putting a lot of stand time in down on our Buffalo County Wisc. lease. Will hunt north metro to as time permits. Last 2 years have been pretty rough with some serious health issues. Thankfully that is behind me and looking forward to enjoying fall as it is meant to be. Goes to fast though. Stay safe out there.
    1 point
  39. I follow Ranch Fairy of Instagram but haven't gone too far down the rabbit hole of tuning just yet. I was out shooting yesterday and was shooting considerably better at 20, 25, and 30 yards. Had a flyer here or there but was grouping nicely at all distances. The only change I made was I removed the stabilizer. Normally I hunt with one on the old bow but the balance feels better without it on the new bow and the results improved without it. I'll see if the results stay good over the next few sessions before I start broadhead tuning.
    1 point
  40. I haven’t seen red wings in a long while. Felt it was safe to put out my regular suet feeders today. Goldfinches have really put on the feed bag! I’m going through sunflower chips faster than I can afford!
    1 point
  41. chaffmj

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    Still getting hummingbirds up here in Ely but with the cold temps we are having I don't expect to see them much longer.
    1 point
  42. nofishfisherman

    Ibuprofen Scare

    From what I understand on chocolate is that the fear is a bit over blown. Yes its toxic to dogs but it would take a huge amount to do any serious harm to most dogs, we're potentially talking pounds of it needing to be ingested. The quality of chocolate is also an important factor. A dark baking chocolate or some sort of really dark fancy chocolate would need much less than say a Hershey chocolate bar which is mostly just sugar and milk with very low quantities of real cocoa.
    1 point
  43. bobbymalone

    Lobster Mushrooms

    I found a bunch north of ML a couple weeks ago. Oysters too. I found some past the expiration date oysters in the cities last week.
    1 point
  44. Wanderer

    Archery Camp Suggestions

    Build your floor in sections that can fit in your car and sized the be completely inside the hub. Use 2x2 instead of 2x4’s and thinner plywood. Roll some indoor/outdoor carpet over the top and you’ll be happy. Otherwise get a cot if setting up on bare ground and keep stuff in totes inside. Bring a bathroom floor mat or two for your feet in the morning when you wake up and get out bed. And to stand on to put your boots on. A little buddy or buddy heater would be enough to heat it quickly in the evening and morning but I’d snuggle in without it on. Bring a stocking c
    1 point
  45. minky

    Cool old rack

    Nope, lol.
    1 point
  46. huntnfish

    What's on the grill

    It was just a grill mat I cut in half. In the picture there are 2 sitting on half a mat that I cut. I ordered them off amazon to put wings on.
    1 point
  47. nofishfisherman

    Plans this Fall

    I feel in love with it when I was in the shop a few weeks back shooting a few different bows. They had the Nock On EVO with black riser and sitka limbs in stock so they cut me a deal on that one and offered it at the same price as the NXT version that I would have had to order and wait for. I have it at the shop now waiting for when I have a few more minutes to go back and pick out the accessories. Hope to get back next week after I get back from vacation. Now I just have to figure out how to pay for it
    1 point
  48. Wanderer

    Babe Winkelman

    Um, no... I didn’t even make the drone footage when I paddled out in my kayak to chat with Al and Mark when they were filming a show a couple years ago.
    1 point
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