Cypress Bend 2018

Discussion in 'Habitat Forum' started by da fowl slayer, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. Cliner

    Cliner Senior Refuge Member

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    Awesome! Thanks for the heads up.
     
  2. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Looking good. So is Cade, but it's tough to get past the color of the jersey.
     
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  3. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Looking good. So is Cade, but it's tough to get past the color of the jersey.
     
  4. hhpage

    hhpage Senior Refuge Member

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    I think Cade's jersey is awesome! I'm proud to have him as a fellow Bulldog. Makes me feel old when I think about the pictures of him on here when he was tiny. I know he makes his Daddy proud too!
     
  5. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks about Cade . He is having an awesome yr and looks as he might be a freshman all American

    We have been so excited watching him every week
    Hard to believe I joined here the yr he was born

    Now he’s all grown up and moved away
     
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  6. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Oh and we already have about 1000 ducks in our rest area

    Gonna be a BIG yr
     
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  7. hhpage

    hhpage Senior Refuge Member

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    So how weird was it for you at the GA-TN game?

    I'll never forget the first GA-AR game I attended in Fayetteville when my son was in school there. We had season tickets to the AR games and the GA game was the first home game on the schedule. We couldn't pull against the Dawgs and we couldn't pull for the Razorbacks, so we just kinda sat there uncomfortably. It was strange!! No problems pulling for the Hogs against other opponents after that. After attending the most recent GA-AR game in Little Rock, I swore I would never do it again.
     
  8. jwelch973

    jwelch973 New Member

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    How tall is your smartweed and how deep to you flood it? Mine is 2-4' tall with about 18" of water on it. I'm wondering if I should do something to knock the smartweed down so the flowers/seeds will be in the water or if best to let seed drop naturally.
     
  9. jwelch973

    jwelch973 New Member

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    How tall is your smartweed and how deep to you flood it? Mine is 2-4' tall with about 18" of water on it. I'm wondering if I should do something to knock the smartweed down so the flowers/seeds will be in the water or if best to let seed drop naturally.
     
  10. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    I would let mine be
    I like to have some plant sticking up for cover they have no problem riding it down

    Plus making it harder to reach gives you more days Of use

    If it’s ez pickings they will smoke it

    On Cade
    When you look out there and see your kid you have ZERO issues pulling for them no matter who they play lol
     
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