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Offline mike89

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interesting video on the home page about South Dakota pheasant hunting...   Ron S. sure isn't happy... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Yes, I saw that too.  I can see both sides of the issue, but I tend to side with Ron on this one.

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agree!!!
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DNR conducts its surveys and studies using tax funding.  Those reports should be available to the public. 

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DNR conducts its surveys and studies using tax funding.  Those reports should be available to the public.
they should also take care of lakes with severe winter kill 2 years in a row too, but they friggin don't. :confused: :angry2:
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HEY DEL.... How come you ain't all over gloating and hooting and hollering about the souse vide article on the home page?? :scratch: :scratch: :scratch:

Sorry fellers couldn't help it no longer. :smoking: :nerd: :laughroll:
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Maybe cuz the sammich looks really dry im thinking, another method might have been better.. :happy1:

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Maybe cuz the sammich looks really dry im thinking, another method might have been better.. :happy1:

oh my!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:

maybe he didn't see it!!! 
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Mayhaps he doesn't know what a goose is??? :rotflmao: oh wait he lives in Rochester. :banghead: :banghead: :rotflmao:
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Mayhaps he doesn't know what a goose is??? :rotflmao: oh wait he lives in Rochester. :banghead: :banghead: :rotflmao:

dat be true!!!   :rotflmao:
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HEY DEL.... How come you ain't all over gloating and hooting and hollering about the souse vide article on the home page?? :scratch: :scratch: :scratch:

Sorry fellers couldn't help it no longer. :smoking: :nerd: :laughroll:
Didn't even notice it.  Typically just go right to "new replies" 

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I just looked at it.  We used to get so tired of eating all of the geese we shot.  That looks like a great idea.  It has Del written all over it. 

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interesting video on the home page about South Dakota pheasant hunting...   Ron S. sure isn't happy...


South dakota has had a tough go last few years weather wise for pheasants,tuff winters,wet springs back to back,last november
we hunted private land near redfield sodak,90% of crops still standing in mid november,walked for 3 days,two dogs flushed a handful of hens or possible young roosters,we couldn't tell just brown birds no cackel,no shots fired just alot of excercise,local paper said bird count was down 75% from 2018,not good.

back in the mid 90's,had connections for pheasant hunting in south central nebraska,perfect setup as connection was in commodity's as his business(broker),we had 1000's of acres to hunt once crops came down by november,it was a pheasant hunters dream hunting back then,step in to a section of crp ,let the dog loose and clusters of pheasants would jump up 100's like a flock of blackbirds,by the year 2000 all the crp turned to corn for ethonal,today no birds,sad

same senario in the 60's looking back,back then minnesota had "soil bank" state funded land,lots of pheasants,then soil bank enrollment went away,no more pheasants.

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I just looked at it.  We used to get so tired of eating all of the geese we shot.  That looks like a great idea.  It has Del written all over it.
Sous vide is a great way to make meat that would otherwise be unpalatable good.   Holding at a lower temp for a long time can make it tender without making it overcooked and dried out.   

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Neat article on the home page about processing your own deer. Only difference for me is once quartered I put it in a frig.

Also coincidentally just in the past week or so I went to a store, can't remember what one, but they already had a sign up that said they wouldn't be processing any wild game this year. :scratch: :doah:

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I wouldn't be surprised if there are many who don't this year! So the ones that do will be swamped & could be turnin people away by late season IMO. What's a pasteek? :scratch: :confused:                                                                 ;) :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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I wouldn't be surprised if there are many who don't this year! So the ones that do will be swamped & could be turnin people away by late season IMO. What's a pasteek? :scratch: :confused:                                                                 ;) :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

We turned away a couple hundred last year...I can't even fathom this year....  :scratch:
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I wouldn't be surprised if there are many who don't this year! So the ones that do will be swamped & could be turnin people away by late season IMO. What's a pasteek? :scratch: :confused:                                                                 ;) :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
it's a boaraneze for the past week  :mooning:
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I just bring trimmings in to have things like summer sausage, sticks and hot dogs made.
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I just bring trimmings in to have things like summer sausage, sticks and hot dogs made.

So.....you bring in road kill trimmings?  :rotflmao:
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I just bring trimmings in to have things like summer sausage, sticks and hot dogs made.

So.....you bring in road kill trimmings?  :rotflmao:

another good funny!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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 :pouty: :pouty: :confused: :bonk: :banghead: :banghead: :taz:

You got me mixed up with road kill boar. :mooning:
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I just bring trimmings in to have things like summer sausage, sticks and hot dogs made.

So.....you bring in road kill trimmings?  :rotflmao:

another good funny!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
:tut: :tut: never mind. :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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LOL,rough crowd eh glenn?maybe rieny will open his garage for processing,bet he makes killer brats.

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I bet RH can cut a deer up in no time. 

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thinking HD could do a righteous job too...
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Oh ya that's right.  He'd get it done in minutes.   :happy1:

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I can chop up a deer with the best of them 😂
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as the home page says; Happy Labor Day all!!!   :happy1:
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that is a good sized gar on the home page, used to catch them in the Minn River in the Mankato area when I was growing up.. 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!