Joined: 11/4/2009Than Giant nockers it is
Had to fill the team in
http://forums.mathewsinc.com/archery-4/ … 79#2562779Doing what we do best Bow hunting Whitetails. Check us out on FB Brathas-Grimm Outdoors. https://www.facebook.com/BrathasGrimmOutdoors Give us a like we should have a lot to come this up coming seasonwell here is the reply i got “That’s kinda borderline. I would see if yall could come up with another one. Thanks for asking ”
but i guess thats not a no
IKE those are some great looking bucks, hope you can lay the smack down on them.bambam how do i post a banner? its a moving one but its not an image so i dont no how to insert it. anyone else know?
Joined: 12/16/2006No idea but we will figure it out
No idea but we will figure it out
i hope so, its driving me nuts.I am from Minnesota but I hunt in WI. I am going up to the area around Moosehorn and Hodgson. Pretty excited for it!!
Than Giant nockers it is
Had to fill the team in
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Ike…. did you spray your food plot for weed control?[/quote:2cg4k1lx]
I did spray the first plot and that was a lesson learned the hard way. Bottom line I didn’t deem it nessecary I know better know.Doing what we do best Bow hunting Whitetails. Check us out on FB Brathas-Grimm Outdoors. https://www.facebook.com/BrathasGrimmOutdoors Give us a like we should have a lot to come this up coming seasonI did my first plot this year and didn’t spray it. The plot came in nice but so did the weeds I don’t know if its too late… do you?i did my first plot this year as well, didnt spay it. weeds did come up with plot but i figured the deer would just eat around them, and they have been. are they weeds over powering the plot?I don’t think I would say overpowering but certainly coexisting I had talked with Whitetail Institute and they said as long as I had killed everything off, disced the ground, then got the plot going it would be fine. It’s ok but not as good as it could be ya know? I should take some pics and you guys can see. some of the weeds are several feet tall so those i would like gone!im not sure how big your plot it, but mine is a 1/2 acer plot with soy and radish. i had weeds that were alot taller that stuck out. i just walked and routed them from the ground, little ones dont bother me much or the deer IMO.
I am from Minnesota but I hunt in WI. I am going up to the area around Moosehorn and Hodgson. Pretty excited for it!!
Sorry I was thinking you were a Wisconsiner.
That area you are headed for in MB, we call it The Interlake. Known for big bodied and heavy antlered deer because of the soil composition I am told. Good luck.
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