Guys, I am looking to make ground meat out of a deer I killed this past weekend. I'd really like to try a recipe for bacon burgers. Do any of you have a recipe you'd like to share? If not, I plan to take a shot anyway and I will post the results.
Thanks in advance.
Hey guys, I am looking to plan a hunting trip somewhere up North for the 2014 hunting season and am looking for references on outfitters in Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, ext. Not set on those states just looking to get some helpful feedback from you guys. If you've ever hunted the area and would like to offer up some advice please let me know. I know someone out there has been on a trip and can offer some advice based on experience. I am not looking for a high fence, nor am I looking for a fully guided hunt. Just looking for a quality place to go where I am in the presence of good people and also have an opportunity to hunt quality deer.
Tuesday 11/19/13, 9:15 PM, Random rifle shot in Grangeville, LA. Wildlife and fisheries website unavailable so posting here. Thanks
Hey guys and gals, I am looking into booking a hunt with an outfitter this fall and am looking for references on outfitters you have used and recommend. I am looking to go Missouri, Kentucky, Kansas, ext. Not dead set on any state but I want to check around and see what your thoughts and opinions are for the options that are out there. I am not looking for a high fence hunt or a guide to point a deer out of a patch for me, I am looking for a place that I can go, be in the presence of and potential have a chance to get a shot at a true trophy. I hunt in St Helena Parish, I work hard every year, I watch does, spikes, yearlings every fall and by the end of Winter I watch them fall to the meat hunters that are known around this area. I would like to get away and have a chance at a decent hunt that is not graded by the kill but by the experience in general, though a kill would be nice. If you guys would be so kind and give me your feedback it would be greatly appreciated. PS ... I would prefer a bow hunt but I will consider a rifle hunt for the right price. Thanks in advance.
I have a quick question regarding a Browning ABolt Rifle. My rifle is a 300 WSM with a boss; I would like to have the boss taken off of the gun if possible. Is anyone aware of a reputable gunsmith that would do this? It would consist of cutting the very tip of the barrel to remove the threaded portion on the OD of the barrel and then coating the exposed metal. Have any of you ever tried to have this done and is it even legal? All I know is it is too loud with the boss and I want it gone if possible.
Thanks in advance.
Question for the guys that know a lot about bows..... I have a X-force SS (a dual cam bow) and I have been hearing a lot of stuff about cam timing and how it can negatively affect your shots if they are not timed right. The question I have is how do you tell if your cams are out of timing; is there a tale tale sign that will let you know when they need to be tuned??? And how often does it normally take before losing it's timing?? I have not had any trouble with my bow I just want to know what to look for when the time comes.
I am looking into some new accessories for it like a new drop away rest, new sight, and some vibration dampeners. From your experience in the field what are some good products out there???
Thanks, and good luck getting ready for the season
Okay guys....I know it is six weeks maybe seven for some but I am pumped up about turkey season. I have been ready to talk about something different than deer and hog hunting so lets treat this as a early season learning session. Let's talk about everything that works for you when you're trying to get that 2.5+ year old bird to talk. What tips can you offer???? Scouting,Locating, Calling, Gear, Setup, Decoys, Calls, Guns, Shells, and even general location. Anything that can spark good conversation and maybe help other hunters learn from tricks of the wise. Also, it may help the WMA hunters that always complain about that guy who is rapping off calls that could shatter glass....making the turkeys wiser and harder to kill.
I will start with me.
I will be hunting Crosby, Miss. I will start scouting in about two or three weeks and have a general idea where I want to be opening morning then about a week before the season i will be in the woods trying to listen and roosting birds. Opening morning I will be setup 30 min before daylight walking in without a light and I will not make a hoot or peacock call for at least 20 Min when daylight starts then I will try a locator call Hoot, Peacock Call and trusty Wingbone.
Once I am on him and setup I will make a soft tree yelps from my Woodhaven Cherry Classic Chrystal slate call and zip up and wait for fly down and then I will start with a few yelps of different tones to imitate several different hens in one bunch. In between I call with the my Woodhaven and Pittman diaphram, I will imitate a worry free hen with some purrs and a few putts here and there. I may even shake my squirrel call to imitate a squirrel barking at the turkeys. But my call frequency is very drawn out I may call every 25-30 minutes depending on the bird. Also my calling tone is very smooth and not very loud.
I focus on the woods early before 12 and from 12 on I focus on the fields. I do not use decoys unless nothing else works and I am in a field late in the evening hunting. Since gobblers are trying to make a hen come to them I find that once they see the decoys they hang up and try getting them to come to them.
I do not like to use blinds due to the sight restriction however; I will be geared up with Mossy Oak Obsession Leafy Suit. My gun is a Camo Charles Daly 3.5 mag with a jelly head choke and I will be shooting heavy shot turkey loads in 5 shot.
Let's hear your setup
Thanks, and good luck!!!
Okay guys I know there is someone out there that knows the answer to my problem. Question... I have a 1990 Model EFI Suzuki Samurai with the 1.3 Liter 4cyl Motor. The problem I am having is after it runs for a few minutes it starts sputtering and eventually stalls out; I can re-start it and it's like nothing was wrong for a few minutes and it does the same thing again. And if I just start it the thing will idle till every drop of gas is gone.
The Possible Malfunctions:
Fuel Injector and throttle position sensor $200
Fuel Pump $50
Fuel Pressure Regulator $50
Fuel Filter $5
Idle Control Valve
Distributor Cap and Rotor
Plugs and wires
Any ideas or opinions appreciated...Just looking for opinions before I go buying all of these parts. I will be changing the fuel filter however don't think that's the fix