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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

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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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    • Raven77
      Disappointing.  Had a mushroom/Swiss burger there last week.  Small, dry, overcooked with a small dab of what looked like mushroom shavings.  Wife had a salad with grilled chicken that was tough as shoe leather.  I was really hoping for better as our cabin is close and we enjoy eating out.
    • BobT
      Was out on Osakis yesterday evening on some midlake humps using 1/4oz jigs with leeches in the hopes I could find a few cooperative walleyes. I was getting pestered by what I thought were perch stealing my leeches. I'm a slow learner so it took too long for me to finally downsize my presentation until my dozen leeches were nearly gone. I finally downsized to 1/8oz digs and caught fish. It was 10" sunnies that were stealing my bait. Once I figured that out, I grabbed my crappy/sunny rod with a flu-flu jig and proceeded to have a pretty good time catching sunnies. I had a container of crawlers with me and just cut them up to tip the jig. Kept five for a meal but could have easily filled out.    They were near the bottom in 18' of water.
    • Surface Tension
      FishHawk and Depth Raider are your choices as Sub Troll and Canon are no longer manufactured.   If you don't have any of the above your relying what you see on your sounder and for speed your looking at the blow back or the timing of the thump from a Flasher.   Interpreting speed at the ball this way is a guessing game but it works along with varying your speed. It might not tell you a precise speed but you should be slowing and speeding up not matter what method for speed your using.  If you set your speed at 2.5 and stick there all day your probably won't boat as many fish as if you were coming in and out of 2-3 MPH all day.    Would speed and temp at the ball be useful, absolutely. Wouldn't it be nice to know that fish hit at 75' down in 45 degree water at 2.8 MPH.   Maybe you it was on a speed up or down when it hit too.    
    • trumy
      Seems just fine but I'm not big on eating out and I don't drink anymore so I'm not a frequent flyer of any establishment 
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      We are?  I hadn't noticed any such activity.      So, how do you like the new reconstituted Landing?   
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      Just curious what any posts on this page have to do with the landing? I really don't care but some of you are sure quick to point out when posts get off the intended subject 
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      Good to know.  Didn't know that they had boats.
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      Excellent Skunked, I'll give them a call
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      PSU - call the boat graveyard in Shakopee, right next to Valley Fair. It's called Twin City Outboard. I once went in looking for a replacement lower unit for a 3hp 1957 Johnson Seahorse. I was happy when the guy said they had it. When I got there, the guy brought out a box of them so that I could look them over and get the right color! They've got a lot of boats too. Cool place to visit and look around.