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Old 11-28-2021, 05:30 PM   #16
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Ill let you know after my muzzleloader elk hunt next week.

The only buck I saw during my deer hunt would have been illegal to shoot ( on the road, and Id seen and talked to two game wardens the previous day, so they were watching).

"The truly dangerous man dresses inconspicuously and is soft- spoken. He walks away from most confrontations. The only time you learn that the truly dangerous man is mad at you is a split second before you die, for he never fights. He only kills. The truly dangerous man knows that fighting is what children do and killing is what men do." - Charley Reese 1986
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Old 11-29-2021, 07:44 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Hunter07 View Post
I used to hunt ring necked pheasant and whitetail deer. Then 16 years ago, I accepted employment where I'm currently employed. We do road construction from mid March through mid November, and provide services for Agricultural Co-ops. Company policy used to be "No time off requests will be approved between Oct. 15th and Thanksgiving". That time of year is our 'cash cow'.

These days, the 'big bossman' (owner/Pres), is pretty much retired and his son (owner/VP), runs the show. He hunts out west occasionally, so he knows that there's several employees that like to hunt, so he makes it work where those that deer hunt, can at least have one of the two weekends of deer season (firearm), off work.

These days, I'm too out of shape to be dragging a deer out of the woods. "IF" I go deer hunting, I either go to my friends farm or, 'road hunt' (drive around in hopes to see a nice buck or doe out in the open).

If all else fails, the route I take to & from work each day, follows the Minnesota River so, there's a good chance I'll smoke a deer with my Silverado or Yukon.
what do haul for the co-ops,?,around here it's mostly corn,soy beans,sorhgum ,carrots,squash and pumpkins
I assume you haul asphalt or aggregate for road construction

oh and green beans too
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Old 12-23-2021, 08:21 PM   #18
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Im a hunter.

In years past: Africa, Argentina, Alaska, and the American West. Locally: deer, pigs, ducks, dove, geese, quail, prairie dogs, coyotes, bobcats, rabbit & squirrel.

I ranch, so targets of opportunity in the form of varmints and hogs are a daily occurrence.

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Old 01-07-2022, 05:20 PM   #19
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So far this deer season: A 9 point buck and two doe. Southern Ohio fatties, about 120lbs each. The buck was 150lbs. Numerous squirrels have fallen...
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Old 01-08-2022, 01:18 PM   #20
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I missed one with that Blackhawk I posted on the first page, because I can't see the sights anymore. I sold it, and my Wranglers, and got this;

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Old 01-14-2022, 10:33 AM   #21
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This morning sound like a war zone starting @ about 05:30. There were probably over 50 rifles being fired as the sun started to come up. After about 45 minutes, it stopped.

Reminded me of New Years Eve in years past.
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Old 06-21-2022, 08:57 AM   #22
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heres a few from 2021 season.....
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