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james_walleye

I have pics of the really big boy I watched all last fall. I have permission to hunt the land this fall. As of June 4 his beams were already out past his ears.

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slimngrizzly

I have pics of the really big boy I watched all last fall. I have permission to hunt the land this fall. As of June 4 his beams were already out past his ears.

Pictures James.... Pictures! Let them do the talkin! whistle

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sticknstring

Lets see this dude!

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sticknstring

Pulled some velvet today - just a young'n, but still fun anyways! These are from the '13 576.

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BartmanMN

Needed to find out what was p00ping in my woodchip area. Figured it was a Coon.

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Yep it was the Coon, but I was suprised to see a Coyote too!

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slimngrizzly

Neat to use the trailcams for the investigative purposes! Good to see you got the intruder red handed grin

Just an FYI Bartman, youve got yourself a gray fox there, not a coyote. Pretty neat critters!

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BartmanMN

Ah yes, after looking at pictures online the black line down the tail would be a gray fox. Cool.

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titelines

Here's a recent one from the back of our property. Nice to see the little one... full-22284-34303-pict0460.jpg

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muskiemanAD

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I think this is one of 3.5 yr olds from last year that made it. He looks like old and got some early girth...

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slimngrizzly

There we go! It will be fun to see what he develops into!

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JBone

That will be a bruiser!

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hert2005

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You can't see it without zooming in, but this one has split brow tines.

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hert2005

One more full-10022-34390-6_20_13bigcamera279.jpg

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JBone

Nice!

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fishattacker

A few pics of some bucks that are running around. PICT0198_zps0dd0332b.jpg

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sticknstring

Great pics FA! Some nice bucks there.

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Bear55

Totally slacking this year, have to get my cams out. frown

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sticknstring

Not much to report this week - still just a few young bucks. Here's a couple vids from the Bushy 439 & 1 from the 476.

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Glenn_S

Checked the cams this weekend and caught these gals...

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hert2005

They're growing!!! full-10022-34781-pict0224.jpg

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Lunker

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NorthwoodsMap

Not much for deer on my cameras so far....but this should excite the bear hunters.

The big one is 300 yards from my home....any ideas how big?

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jarod duane

Awsome, hard to tell but it looks like a good one to put in the freezer this year for sure.

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Crappie Rage

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Crappie Rage

2013 Kansas.

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    • JBMasterAngler
      Trout/Wabana were really nice lakes, the one and only time I got to fish them 2 years ago. Would love to make it back up there some day. Too many places, too little time!
    • Rick
      Thank you for the report.
    • Wanderer
      I’ve never just canoed the river so I guess I can’t really debate that time estimate.  It’s always been a float/fish trip but casting only, not stopping to really work a deeper hole or anything.   I used to live on the river along that stretch.  About midway between Isanti and St. Francis.
    • Kettle
      Cambridge to St Francis is definitely a long float, Isanti to St Francis not fishing just canoeing takes me about 5-6 hours. If your going solo check out the central park in Andover. You can float solo for about 3 hours and you end up within a 5 minute walk of your vehicle since it twists and turns so much in that stretch. I have not caught many walleye that far south but definitely will get a bass or two 
    • Tominator692
      My soft water season ended Saturday. Landed the boat and need to give it some TLC. I fished everyday in October and boated 304 walleye. Primarily fished my 5 favorite fall spots. Strictly used a jig/minnow.  Lots of nice stuff with a fair amount of smaller fish. To be clear I am a catch and release guy. I probably kept 8 fish. This is a picture of a nice one from my last day out..
    • Wanderer
      We got one gadwall yesterday.  Today duck motivation is low.  Clear sky and zero wind right now.  Going back to bed for a couple hours and then off looking for roosters or grouse.  Whatever works.
    • JerkinLips
      Fished Thursday-Saturday this week and caught only 12 walleyes in 2½ days, half as many as I caught two weeks ago.  Fishing was quite slow for me, and the walleyes were biting very light.  At least this week there were some decent meal size fish as only 2 were dinks along with 3 slot fish.  Caught another 26" walleye pictured, and this one weighed 5#-11oz, 1oz more than the one I caught two weeks ago.  Maybe it was the same fish and added another ounce.  Weather was nice today and it brought out a lot of boats as shown in the second photo.  Fishing wasn't good enough to deal with this crowd so I quit early.  Good luck fishing, and enjoy the fall.
    • monstermoose78
      Had one of those days where I swear those ducks had bullet proof vests on!! Finn laid down after a bit and well my dad sucks!!
    • Wanderer
      Floating those sections of the Rum will take you much longer than you’ll originally think it will.  Be aware of that when you plan your trip.  I’m assuming the water is high right now as most rivers in MN are, so it could go a little quicker.   For example, Isanti to St. Francis will be like 10 hours without slowing down much to fish.  Figure about 1 river mile per hour to be a steady pace for a fishing trip.
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      🤔 He wanted to teach Toto how to catch fish too?