Review: A Cooler for the Bears? Engel.
on 6/18/2013 5:17:40 PM • Rank (0) • Views (0) •
I've been hearing rumblings about these "super coolers" that keep food cold for 10 days. Right I'm thinking 10 days in Alaska in the shade in the Fall. I did some research with my friend in the research business Google and discovered several coolers make the claim of keeping food cold for several days some even up to 10 days. Yeti Engel Coleman...
Celebrate National Pollinator Week at MU's Bradford Farm on June 20
on 6/18/2013 7:14:21 AM • Rank (2) • Views (2) •
Bill White Pollinators provide assistance to fruit vegetable and seed crops but many native pollinator species are declining. Join us at the University of Missouri’s Bradford Research Center for a bobwhite quail and native pollinator field day Thursday June 20 1-7 p.m. The University of Missouri’s Bradford Research Center will host a bobwhite quai...
6-16-2013 Fathers Day
on 6/17/2013 9:34:16 AM • Rank (6) • Views (6) •
Happy Fathers Day Dad. You'll be home soon. Remember when you got the governor to sign the phragmites bill? It was a great fathers day. New shirt and a chainsaw surrounded by my family. We hit soldier creek this week. The fishing was fast and furious on small rainbows It was great to have Maloy back on the water with us The catch of the day was 10...
Bird Dogs in the Heat
on 6/15/2013 1:16:48 PM • Rank (4) • Views (4) •
Georgia. Summertime. Heat humidity sun heat fleas ticks humidity heat afternoon thunderstorms. Still air blowing rain double humidity. There is nothing more pitiful than a high powered bird dog with nothing to do. We've all (hopefully) got one in the kennel. The one you go to when bragging rights are on the line when you've been driving for two...
Awesome First Aid Kit for Dogs in the Field
on 6/15/2013 1:16:47 PM • Rank (3) • Views (3) •
Hunting & Trialing Safety Shawn K. Wayment DVM Birddog Doc’s First Aid Kit for Bird Dogs Thanks to Shawn K. Wayment DVM for putting this First Aid Kit together for us! The following is a list of the things that I personally carry in my field dog first aid kit. Rarely have I needed more than what is listed below. If I needed more than this I would...
Ohio Spring Turkey Hunters Killed More Birds
on 6/14/2013 8:05:58 AM • Rank (4) • Views (4) •
Ohio turkey hunting kill numbers are up. Haven't chased their gobblers? Maybe you should.
Home Built Sneak Boat
on 6/13/2013 12:38:14 AM • Rank (4) • Views (4) •
Anyone on here ever built your own sneak boat? I'm considering taking on this project. Been looking for some good plans as well. Havent really settled on a specific set of plans. I would certainly appreciate any insight anyone can offer. I dont think it would be that hard and certainly rewarding...
A little bit of everything
on 6/11/2013 3:01:22 AM • Rank (26) • Views (26) •
After a few weeks off from the berry the rainbows were happy to have us back Nate had the hot rapala out fishing me with a 3 to 1 ratio This was the seen last week. Boat and trailer after a serious accident. I wasn't sure we'd be back out on the water so soon Biz Markie and Bird treatin up at a baseball game Pocahontas and chachee Nate dogg the cu...
Beau and Brian’s Turkey Bash: Part 1
on 6/10/2013 8:14:04 PM • Rank (29) • Views (29) •
Intrepid Outdoors’ “Challenge of the Hunt” series continues this week with a story about two friends on their first hunt for Merriams Turkey. Intrepid Outdoors Lead Video Editor Wade McMillin shares their tale about a beautiful spring quest on the Solitude … Continue reading →
on 6/10/2013 7:54:58 AM • Rank (24) • Views (24) •
How you folks doing this fine day? My name is Wesley and I live in Iowa and am currently looking on relocating to the Indianapolis area but don't know much about the hunting in the area. I'm a waterfowl hunter and was wondering if that area is any good. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Father's Day Gift Ideas
on 6/9/2013 3:00:01 AM • Rank (27) • Views (27) •
Check out these Father's Day gift ideas for turkey hunters (and others).For some turkey hunters the risks of elaborate sighting systems outweigh the rewards. Others would never chase a spring gobbler or fall turkey without them. If your Father's Day sportsman is the latter guy check out these options:
Just a Week Remains in the USDA's Conservation Reserve Program Signup
on 6/8/2013 8:08:13 AM • Rank (31) • Views (31) •
Bill White The CRP pays a yearly rental payment in exchanged for farmers removing environmentally sensitive land from agricultural production and planting species that will improve environmental quality. Click here for an informational video on the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Click here for information on wildlife friendly CRP practices Si...
Illinois Spring Turkey Hunting Results
on 6/6/2013 12:52:29 PM • Rank (24) • Views (24) •
Cold and wet weather provided a challenge for much of the 2013 Illinois spring turkey hunting season as it did in other parts of the country. In an effort to bring you follow-up post-season coverage the Realtree Turkey Blog will run up-to-date information and turkey kill totals from state agencies (italicized below). We'll even add some additional...
Field and Stream 'Hero For a Day' Coming to Missouri
on 6/5/2013 1:24:42 AM • Rank (29) • Views (29) •
Bill White On Saturday June 15 2013 Field and Stream is bringing their Hero for a Day event to Crowley's Ridge Conservation Area near Bloomfield Missouri. Volunteers are being solicited to help the Department the American Bird Conservancy and the local Quail Forever chapter to clear brush and trees and to build ideal predator cover for quail on pr...
Summer 2013 Covey Headquarters Newsletter Now Available
on 6/5/2013 1:24:41 AM • Rank (25) • Views (25) •
Bill White The Summer 2013 Covey Headquarters Newsletter is now available. The Summer Covey Headquarters Newsletter is now available click here to view it In this issue - Brood habitat information Nesting notes Bradford Farm quail and pollinator field day The mowing dead zone Conservation Reserve Program mid-contract management calendar and much m...
Mike Schmid: Cold Turkey
on 6/4/2013 5:47:06 AM • Rank (25) • Views (25) •
In the premiere of Intrepid Outdoors’ Video Blog Challenge of the Hunt Executive Producer Mike Schmid takes a beautiful Merriams Gobbler on the Solitude Ranch. Intrepid Outdoors Lead Video Editor Wade McMillin shares the story through video and the written … Continue reading →
New duck blind help
on 6/2/2013 8:19:42 AM • Rank (29) • Views (29) •
Hey all building a new duck blind on my property..ive never hunted ducks off my pond but have been building and installing duck boxes and planted japanese millet over the last couple years. The last couple times ive been down this spring ive seen the woodies using the boxes and mallard pairs...
What a month! (Small brag)
on 5/30/2013 5:24:56 PM • Rank (33) • Views (33) •
Just have to brag for a second! Just ended a great month long run on the road! Timber completed his MH by going 6/6 in 4 straight weekends! Along with 6/6 in Masters he placed 3rd and took a Reserve JAM in the two Quals he ran in those weekends as well. Couldn't be happier with my little guy and...
A memorable weekend 5-27-2013
on 5/29/2013 9:16:45 PM • Rank (25) • Views (25) •
We tried a new spot this weekend and it was fantastic for big fat rainbows. The Norton's Nate and I brought home some trout for the Barbee Here I am with the BFOD This picture will forever make me laugh under any circumstance My first rainbow of the day. We hit Utah Lake for a little white bass action as well Thanks to "Fish" at sportsman's for ge...
MU Quail and Native Pollinator Field Day on June 20
on 5/29/2013 12:44:05 PM • Rank (24) • Views (24) •
Bill White The University of Missouri’s Bradford Research Center will host a bobwhite quail and native pollinator field day Thursday June 20 1-7 p.m. COLUMBIA Mo.–The University of Missouri’s Bradford Research Center will host a bobwhite quail and native pollinator field day Thursday June 20 1-7 p.m. The free event offers landowners farmers and wi...
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