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    Default The boys are back

    Looking good......every day between 6-7PM. The SpyPoint is the way to go!!

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    Again........

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    No word of a lie...skiff of snow down this morning, walking the dogs, just after first light and I heard a gobble across the neighbour's field. Didn't see him, but I know where he is HaHa..
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    No word of a lie...skiff of snow down this morning, walking the dogs, just after first light and I heard a gobble across the neighbour's field. Didn't see him, but I know where he is HaHa..
    Very nice.......ya do not need to see 'em to know where they are!!

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    Just did my last coyote hunt this morning and the bird was gobbling at the coyote caller.

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    Nice. I can’t believe the green grass. I was blasting through 2 foot drifts with the sled on the weekend. HaHa
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Nice. I canít believe the green grass. I was blasting through 2 foot drifts with the sled on the weekend. HaHa
    It's like a totally different world there from November till may . Its stays cold not like down south, get a bit of snow and it melts away in no time. Your snow stays from October to may lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Nice. I can’t believe the green grass. I was blasting through 2 foot drifts with the sled on the weekend. HaHa
    No kidding. This farm is in Niagara and the grass in the back of his fields is looking better than the grass on my front lawn. Because of the crappy spring we had last this same farmer did not plant anything in his fields last year and I was surprised how quickly the fields grew over. By the time bow season came around the grass in some parts of his fields were well over 6' tall. I was not sure how it would effect the deer hunt but that was the best season we had so far.

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    Nice... but that sure looks like MY field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al7mm View Post
    Nice... but that sure looks like MY field.
    So your the guy on my game camera - LOL!

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