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i have read in several the old timers used what were called Pickelhead decoys. As I understand they were decoys that were just the head with a long neck that had a stake in the botton that they used to push in the weeds. Does anyone have a picture of what they may have looked like ? I’m bored and I would like to make some for my Grandson.
Of all the ones I've done this one came clean easiest. A little more cleaning and on the wall
Tried a new test formula for Cotto Salame. Cotto is a cooked salame, slightly smoked but not dry cured. It's like an Italian summer sausage with less smoking time.
I haven't posted any photos here lately, but since I've been doing a fair amount of shooting with my camera lately, I figured I'd put up a few.
Please post 'em up. Thanks!
I am assuming that any recipe will be able to be used with venison, too???
What would heritage be without maintaining traditions....
I want to build a 20 ga turkey gun. I know people will think I'm crazy since I have a good 12 ga but I just want to try something different. Plus with all the new loads I'm sure it will be plenty good. I' thinking about a 870 just wanted to see what other people use
Seeing fishing pics has my blood flowing. Within a couple of weeks it'll be time to go after spoonbill. Who else chases these monsters?
B&C confirms Wild Horse Island ram is new world record
Last week, the Boone and Crockett Club (B&C) confirmed that the bighorn sheep ram that died of natural causes on Wild Horse Island in Montana is a new pending world record. The ram’s skull, which was discovered by Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (MFWP) officials last year along with two others, was officially scored at 216 3/8" B&C.
looking for guide recommendations to get me on a cinnamon teal. Been a bucket list duck for a while and being from the east coast i’ve never seen one and would like one for the wall. Any info would be appreciated
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