Hereâs my EZ Fill corn feeder with a built in ladder. The build required five 8â treated 2x4â, two 10â lengths of Â½â EMT, two 24â lengths of angle iron (to anchor ladder legs) and a handful of Â¼â galvanized nuts & bolts, and 16D galvanized nails.
It looks like we have an invasive species problem on our lease.
Here's a neat short YouTube video from one of my food plots on a lease near Greensburg, LA. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB4UgZg-TWc&feature=youtu.be
Don't forget to grab some target stands.
My son and I fished the Lake Coquille area this morning. Got our limit of 18'/20' Reds by 8:30am. But you couldn't buy a Spec with a bag of diamonds.
That is all. When someone puts an ad in Reports rather than Classifieds, it should be deleted immediately.
I hope we can keep it for our grandkids.
First of 9 pictures.
This is a pretty neat guide. I figured someone out there might appreciate it. I have it saved as a MSWord.doc. If anyone wants it in that format click on 'Contact User', send me an email, and I'll send It to you.
No road kills please.
Type I Offshore Life Jackets provided at no charge.
Is there such a thing as a simple basic GPS that is reasonably inexpensive without a lot of bells and whistles that will get you from place to place in the marsh?
Try these with your next fish fry or BBQ.
Hey guys, how about posting the date and parish of your first 2017 fawn sighting.
I have three cameras out in St. Helena Parish. No fawns yet as of my last check on June 25th., but lots of big bellied does.
It sure would be nice if 'Last Post', 'Replies' and 'Views' were added to the forum pages, as shown in the picture. It's a common feature of most forums.
As it is now, it's very difficult to tell if comments have been added to a topic you have already viewed.
The title says it all. A half-hour of on-line research turned up lots of opinions but little in the way of facts. Evidentially neither the State WL&F or DEQ test or publish recent info regarding the Mississippi River.
What say you? Do you eat them?
Check out this big guy and compare his size to deer about the same distance from the camera. The camera is on one of my food plots near Greensburg, LA.