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Before Work Smackdown

Finally got out yesterday and had this dude in my lap at 6:15. Beautiful morning and made it into the office by 7:30





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Wyoming Shed Hunting - News Article FAKE NEWS ABOUT ME!

"When you're accused with misleading facts or fiction you are judged without content and convicted without a defense."

When someone makes a news article about me and doesn't even reach out. You can shed hunt most of the state right now east of the divide. Making me look like a common criminal without reaching out after doing over an HOUR segment about me on their radio station as well. People are messaging making it sound like they caught me committing the crime of a century ON AIR which can hurt my potential career working for Wyoming Game and Fish. They NEVER contacted me nor reached out to me for a comment saying "Sometimes we have to create the content in a short amount of time and don’t have time to email", but, they'll accuse or make assumptions about you that's the MEDIA. They wanted to act like they caught me doing something illegal and posting it online, when in fact I've done my homework and tracked all my locations just for this reason. Glad the media is starting to follow me, it'll boost my content and hopefully it'll keep growing in the future and beyond. I'm gaining traction every day and I'll continue to keep posting weekly videos.

"There ARE rules and restrictions about when and where you can go shed hunting, so take a look at the regulations before you head for the hills.
In Wyoming, it is illegal to shed hunt on public land before May 1 of the year.
This leads me to have some questions about this video he posted...where it says "Shed Hunting in Wyoming for Elk, Mule Deer, and Whitetail Antlers March 2021.
I'm hoping this video content is from last year and he just recently posted it, or that he has some special exception to the rule...because otherwise there may be some trouble headed his way."



Here's the article, they claimed they're going to edit it we'll see. Here's a screenshot for now...

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Shotgun Red Dot Sights

Going to be putting a red dot on my turkey gun/slug gun. It's a Rem 870 12ga. I swap it out (chokes) for slugs or turkey loads. I currently have tru-glow sights (front and rear) and would like to move to a red dot. Any suggestions on sights? I see some are a flat "screen" and some are a scope tube type. Didn't know the difference. But would love some recommendations from peeps that are using them. Which sight and why?
Thanks!

Like new- Soybean brush meters- Set of 4 with discs

Running field tile for better drainage, less erosion, production, etc.

Here’s vid of tile job. It’s not that expensive, in relative terms & also based on how much increases production, rent, land value, etc.

I had some wet spots that drained poorly & some areas washing. This will fix all that. A food plotter could do this with a skid steer & trencher or a mini excavator.
It’s a game changer on so many levels. & for folks who have Ag ground..... amazing to do with these higher commodity prices. I’ve used same guy for my tile for several jobs now, does a really nice job! I can get info if needed.

Iowa Solo Turkey Mission

Sometimes it works out how you planned. Deployed the blind and brushed in Friday afternoon and headed out Sunday morning for the first hunt of the year. As luck would have it was able to get a gobbler on the ground by 7 AM.

Could hear 7 or 8 different gobbles on the roost but nothing within a couple hundred yards. The birds went pretty quiet once they hit the ground. Saw two hens work hurriedly past my setup then heard some drumming in the distance. Then saw a group of 3 jakes and one gobbler working my way. Gobbler seemed more concerned with chasing his little buddies than he did my decoys. But it worked out either way.

Chip shot at 15 yards and unbelievably, when I recovered him he was laying dead on top of a shed antler! Crazy!

Used a trail cam to video the hunt and take the trophy shots. Sometimes you have to improvise!









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Nebraska 2021

After a one year layoff due to the Wuhan... got to go to Nebraska last week for the last 3 days of archery and shotgun opener. If we could have used shotguns on Wednesday/Thursday we would have doubled up twice and been on the road home by 8am Thursday... :) I made a terrible shot on a tom Thursday morning :mad:, kicked him up and last we saw he was flying over the trees to the far side of the property. On Saturday morning gun opener we were moving to get in front of a group of birds and kicked him up and finished the job. 19.85 lbs, 8" beard, 5/8" spurs.
Saturday afternoon was nothing but jakes, but we knew there were gobblers in the valley so back we went Sunday morning. Mike was up 1st and his tom came in with two of the jakes from the day before and 5 hens. 21.06 lbs, 1” beard (beard rot?), & 3/4” spurs. After taking some pictures we decided to sit back down and 20 minutes later 2 more toms came into to beat up the jake decoy, only one left . 19.86 lbs, 8.5” beard, 7/8” spurs. Already counting down the days for next year’s hunt!

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Looking for survivors on camera. So far so good!
blakesburg wrote on Darrin's profile.
If you still have Mossberg for sale I will come get it this weekend. If not before. Thinking of getting my 13 year old a Shotgun instead of having him shoot my muzzleloader
mzldr4life wrote on smithhunter1975's profile.
I'm interested in both of the nicer Leupold scopes.

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