i dont blame her. very frustrating having birds cupped and have someone from across the road shoot first and they gone....
One last thing! Make sure you apply it on AFTER you are done stubbling! Some poor poor soul (me) last year got the X in a hay field and made the mistake of using a can apiece on our two blinds before we put the hay on. It all rubbed off. We looked like brown/ green blobs with little stains of excramate in an otherwise white field.
I'll just bring the gas auger that aught to punch a hole.I have no idea how you get everything into that Focus. Need to get more efficient at packing.
I think I'm in decent shape. We will have to completely stubble one blind. Other two are already stubbled corn. 9 dozen silos. Secret Weapon Specks. New Fiskars in the event of hay. Calls. Flag.
@Fishfighter is in charge of a drill with appropriate bit. Which means I'll be borrowing your hole punch when he forgets it.
He's also got my rake.
To be clear here Tim(knowing you are the nicest guy in the world)I'm sure you meant pick up your deer rifle and deer hunt instead of waterfowl hunt.I didn't get a chance to scout but I got the report from another guy that seen the same thing. Apparently someone just thought they needed to drive out the rig road. I haven't touched my deer rifle all season but this kind if **** has me thinking twice about this afternoon.
Yeah I guess I should have clarified to go deer hunting. I would never make threats.To be clear here Tim(knowing you are the nicest guy in the world)I'm sure you meant pick up your deer rifle and deer hunt instead of waterfowl hunt.
The regulars have all worked hard to increase participation at the WW, and there are a lot of new faces around this year. With that comes some problems caused by inexperience. If one of us who hunts there regularly sees a guy making a blunder like busting the birds while scouting, it would be best if that experienced hunter had a kind conversation with the new hunter. Not a confrontational talk, but a little coaching up. Nobody wants to ruin their own hunt the next day, it's just that guys don't know any better.