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  • Birthday 12/27/1970

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  • Name:
    Scott Kehoe
  • Location:
    Henderson, MN
  • Interests:
    Fishing Hunting
  • Gender:
    Female

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  1. Busy, busy busy has been what's new lately. Between work, training, family, bow hunting, yard work before winter, and life in general, I haven't had much spare time. I did work on a few projects though. I bought a used outdoor walk in freezer, and converted it into a smokehouse. I basically removed all of the electrical stuff, and sealed it off. Made a chimney, cut a hole in the floor for a cooker, then added rails to hang stuff on, or to put racks on. I think it should work very well! It is 4x4x6 Another project I have been working on is making a disc for the food plots. I am way to cheap
  2. I never filled in the update from when we were up last, but an arrow was flung, with no success. It looked as though a branch may have deflected it. It was just a nice doe, that didn't have a fawn with her. Not to many of them this year, every doe We have seen had a fawn with her. So we choose to not shoot. Since we we were up last a couple weeks ago the deer have seen to have gone nocturnal, I am assuming because of us hunting it. But on the positive side of things, I am starting to get a couple buck pictures, all have been small, but at least there is some coming in. I would assume the
  3. I have washed mine by hand, and let air dry.
  4. Looking good! I planted one 3/4 acre food plot with a brassica mix, and 2 others 1/2 acre plots with a winter rye, oats, winter wheat mix, and clover. The brassica plot got hammered about the middle of August, and they have pretty much wiped out the plot. I since have broadcasted wheat into the remaining of the plot, but it didnt take to well, so it is looking pretty bare right now. The cereal mix is getting regular pressure, and the plants are staying ahead of the pressure so far. I am getting regular pictures in all of the plots yet, but all are does.
  5. I am pretty sure the animals are enjoying it. Mine has deer in all times of the day, along with many other critters, and mine isnt nearly as pretty as yours.
  6. My son and I made the trip up, after an awesome day at Clam picking up my shelter. I got to meet some very good fishermen while I was there, and we checked out all of the new products. I will have a list for Santa this year that is for sure! Once we got to Wisconsin we went and scoped out things, and I took my new blind out of the box and set it up. It took all of 30 seconds. Man I love that thing. Saturday late morning we went and started to build the stand. I still have some final touches to finish up, but I think it turned out pretty good. This set up will get me by until next summer wh
  7. I havent even taken my sled out of storage last season. I had hopes of spit shining it, and putting it up foresale this fall, but I never got to the spit shining. Oh well, if we get snow, then I just have to rush it.
  8. What sucks is if you wing a bird, and it takes off running down a cornfield. The dogs just dont like to give up on them when they are on foot, and there is no breeze in them cornfields, and the heat and humidity is much worse in the middle, then it is on the outside of the field. My dogs are way more important to me then a couple birds, that will still be around when it cools off.
  9. 60 degrees is my cut off. I may do a quick short run in the lower 60's, but they will be a short 15 minute hunt.
  10. I plan on going up this weekend and finishing up on my stand. I decided I got to the age of needing stairs, rather then a ladder. So I figured I can make half of it at home, then make the other half up there, so I have the correct measurements. I did prep the second level, by cutting the steps, and the brackets for the steps, but the rails will need to be finished in the woods. This section is 5 foot tall, then the remaining 5 foot will go up to the left to the stand. I am not sure why my pictures load sideways from my phone. Next summer I will install a hand rail, and add the finishing touch
  11. I did a quick trip up this past weekend, went up Saturday morning, and came back home Saturday night. I needed to grab my trailer from up there, to haul my deer stand base up there. I thought it would fit in my truck, but it hangs off the side to much, so I decided a quick trip up to grab it this weekend, and I can do a few other things while I was up there. I wanted to get more done then I did, but I got done with what I had to do. I threw out some wheat into my brassica plot, I am not sure if anything will become of it or not, other then bird food, but it was free, and I may as well try. I
  12. I don't foresee a good outcome for the purple, but I will wish them luck!
  13. A couple thoughts, of those 11 million, how many already have aftermarket programmers in them to produce better mileage, or more power? If this cheat gives the car 30% better economy, how much better for the economy is it to make it burn 30% more fuel? With the fact to produce diesel in the refineries produces a lot of emmissions as well. So when the US government fines these companies, where does that fine money go? Who gets it? I think this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cheaters, not only VW, but Audi, Porche, and several other small diesel vehicles. While I would
  14. Nothing I have seen. I have even asked bear hunters in the area if they needed land to hunt, and they just laughed, telling me there is so many people trying to get rid of bear, that they could charge people to go hunt on their land. The biggest issue with bear hunters, is they will want to bait them, then that just draws in more, then they shoot the biggest one, and you are still left with all the others they drew in. As of right now, they are just present, they will knock over my grill a few times a year, they will tip over my garbage and make a mess if I forget to empty it before I leave
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