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Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by Spartan88, Aug 1, 2017.
The fields look good, ears are on the stalks already.
Really? After all that rain in June? I hope you are correct.
Take a drive and look for yourself. A friend of mine was all doom and gloom about the rain in June and what it did to the managed areas. Fish and Nayanquing are just fine.
I was up there around July 8th and the fields looked pretty good. The 20's looked like a mess but they always are. I can never figure out what going on there in the 20's.
I was referring to all the brush and everything else. It always looks like a jungle.
The have often had trouble in the north fields with deer damage on the crops.
There many deer out there, one was a nice 4 or 5 year old buck.
It may have been poached last night.
Two large bucks were found in the ditch at corner of M25 and Clark Road. Both were gutted.
I hope they get em. They're a couple of dandy buck! I hate poachers!
I hope they get the perps who did this.
Here is a photo of the two bucks.
Here is the story: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/MIDNR/bulletins/1ae62a4
Gutted? Did they take meat? Why would a poacher gut the deer? Unless they intended to take them home, then got spooked by something? Obviously they didn't take the antlers.
I do not know. To eat it, maybe.
I saw the deer on Wednesday. They were in the possession of one of our Conservation Officers. They had been gutted. Whoever did it did a good job.
What about the field with zones 14 - 19? It doesn't look like there are ANY crops planted in that field.
I didn't even look at that field when I was out there last.