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Showing content with the highest reputation on 01/18/2021 in Posts

  1. Was finally able to get out and do some detecting in a couple of old spots and a new spot with Luke. The 1 gram I got from the new spot at about 4 inches. YES.....lots of new ground to hunt! And the .1 I got from a old spot at 1 inch deep. Great day to be out in the peace and quite and find some gold Tom
    9 points
  2. Today was our last day of waterfowl season. Went out with a bang.
    3 points
  3. I have been hunting ducks and geese for 32 years and have been a waterfowl guide for a big chunk of that. I have NEVER seen that!!!! Wow!! I just showed my 2 boys and they thought the same...WOW! To just the common duck hunter who goes out a few times a season, they might not see a genius here. But to those of us who clean ALOT every year, dang. New technique for sure. Thanks Slim!
    2 points
  4. It looks like something you would see in an adult bookstore. I think I will just keep "skinning the bird" the old fashioned way.
    1 point
  5. What a hoot man! That is a lot of birds!
    1 point
  6. Here is the opposite side
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  7. Very nice!! Great job.
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  8. Way to go on those nugs Tom. Luke
    1 point
  9. well done always good when finds come out of old and new ground
    1 point
  10. I like teal and woodies but a big old greenhead is my favorite. In the midwest, many ducks (especially mallards) and geese feed in picked corn fields. That fattens them up and makes for a great taste. Same thing with the deer, but they don't wait for the corn to be picked. They are in there as soon as the cobs are ripe.
    1 point
  11. Every duck species has a different taste. Some are stronger tasting than others, just like any other wild game. Personally my favorites are Teal, Sprig and Wood ducks. They mainly eat seeds and grains so they dont get a fishy taste like the diver ducks sometimes get.
    1 point
  12. We sponsor the whole MRDS database directly on the Land Matters servers. Nothing is missing from there. If you are trying to view the whole MRDS in Google Earth you can expect it to fail. The USGS discourages attempts to display the whole MRDS with Google and suggests you download and use only smaller areas. https://mrdata.usgs.gov/mrds/help.html That's one possibility. The other is that you suckered for the "new" MRDS map on the USGS website. The "New" map only shows selected features. Not sure who selected them but it's obviously not what you are looking for.
    1 point
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  14. UPDATE ON CV19: it's been almost 10 months since I had the CV19 and some of it is still with me. About once or twice a week I start the cough again but one or two sprays of the throat spay stops it in it's tracks. Finally got my taste and smell back but in the months that have followed I've lost 17.7 lbs. I wasn't fat so the weight loss has been in my muscles.The Doc's here don't know how to stop the loss only to say eat more and lift weights. Saturday a couple here bought their first detector, a Minelab Gold Monster 1000. they brought it by my house
    1 point
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