River Crossing, what do you use?

Discussion in 'Iowa Whitetail Conference' started by flugge, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. Ishi

    Ishi PMA Member

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    With all this advice flugge you know that you must start a thread this season on how you cross this stream or river :) I have a title ready for ya
    “ The Adventures of Flugge”
     
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  3. flugge

    flugge Well-Known Member

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    Haha, the Adventures of Tarzan...You will see me swinging on vines, trying to cross the river in my loin cloth right ;) haha, this could get interesting... The guy is a real stickler, and I want to keep this guy happy. Knowing that my best chance (potentially) to kill a 200 class type deer is on this piece.. His "barn" bucks make my trophy room cry... its just one of those stupid good areas
     
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    Ishi PMA Member

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    If it’s that good I’d cross it in my briefs!!
     
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    Wapsi Tree Active Member

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    Somebody PLEASE disable his ability to upload photos NOW!!
     
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    Daver PMA Member

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    Shoot, I was going to try to sneak a trail cam in there to see if we could catch that on cam. :)
     
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    Ishi PMA Member

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    I have this ;)

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    No worries Daver.... Already taken care of:cool:
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    Daver PMA Member

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    Sorry to highjack the thread...but Ishi made me do it. :) I am not sure if there is a rule on this forum that prevents naked pictures of oneself or not, but since Ishi already broke the ice, I feel compelled to respond in kind. :)

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    This is me last year on my first swim in my pond. I did not have the foresight to bring a pair of swim trunks along, so I did what any self respecting hillbilly would do. I just went au naturel. :) The water was EXCELLENT! I should do that again this year! I will also say that right after I slithered out of the pond and did my best uphill slide in the now wet clay banks, I spotted a huge snapping turtle swimming by. Yikes! I am glad I was out of the water before he showed up, if you know what I mean. :)

    I also sent a group text to my workplace and warned them that I would soon be sending the first ever naked selfie of myself. Surprisingly, several of the recipients protested and even made some hurtful comments about me. I sent the pic anyway. :)
     
  9. goatman

    goatman I hunt days ending in Y

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    Not going to say it.
     
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  10. Wapsi Tree

    Wapsi Tree Active Member

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    This should get you all the huntin' and fishing time you need for at least a year. You owe me one buddy. :)

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  11. Oct-Lull

    Oct-Lull Active Member

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    I got a pair of wader pants from Cabela's. They seem very tough and have felt sole boots. Baggy to fit over clothes. Guy I know in Alaska says they is them up there alot. They aren't super heavy, and are thin

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    Here is a really good option if you were to wear regular lace up hunting boots. They are light and fold down flat. Google “Neos River Trekkers”
     
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    Have you used them? Do they pack well into a bag?
     

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