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  Piedmont NWTF Banquet Feb 22
Posted by: tomcbigbucks - Yesterday, 01:37 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Upgraded and moved to Madison Mills in Orange, can hold up to 500 people. Great dinner this year and also some great items to benefit Wheeling Sportsmen.

Also looking for more volunteers to join our chapter, we do and planing more events and giving back, going to be doing some restoration work in Rapidan and much much more. Any amount of time is appreciated. Meeting this Monday at 6:30. if interested PM me for more info.

Thank you, lets pray some common sense prevails in the legislation session and these nonsense bills don't past

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  Ruger helped me out.
Posted by: Carcass - Yesterday, 01:25 AM - Forum: Equipment & Reviews - Replies (1)

I just wanted to give kudos to Ruger for the great customer service they gave me recently. I was having issues with my Ruger American Rifle in .308 WIN not feeding the cartridges well. I contacted them through their website and they shipped me a new magazine for free. Looks the new mag is a better design than the last and fits in the rifle perfectly.

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  Civil Disobedience ?!
Posted by: TACdrop - 01-15-2020, 11:18 PM - Forum: Politics & Sunday Hunting - Replies (2)


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  Chasing Rabbits
Posted by: BAY BEAGLE - 01-15-2020, 06:04 PM - Forum: Small Game Hunting - Replies (4)

Had a good day with the pups. Put 16 beagles on the ground. Jumped 15 rabbits, few made it to the holes, bagged 10. Beautiful music all day.[Image: 104cfeea9cdde89e8aec3a08ec82dbba.jpg]

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  Bear tag & gun legislation
Posted by: Alex G. - 01-15-2020, 01:05 PM - Forum: Politics & Sunday Hunting - Replies (4)

Didja see?
HB1188 is to combine the bear tag BACK in with the Deer & Turkey tags....

And SB16 was stricken by the patron...

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  Thompson water levels
Posted by: BillHoo - 01-08-2020, 07:04 AM - Forum: Freshwater Fishing - No Replies

Looks like the pond levels have come back up and they stocfked with trout yesterday.

Too bad I have to make up hours this week, otherwise, I'd be fishing it today!

Wilkins (Winchester) was also stocked yesterday.

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Posted by: frankp - 01-07-2020, 09:56 PM - Forum: Deer Hunting - Replies (3)

So I got a button buck about a week ago and butchered him over the next couple of days.  I came across something I thought was questionable.  He had two small "growths" at the shoulder joints of his forelegs.  If it was only on one side I would assume it was some sort of cancerous tumor but it was on both legs and seemed like something else.  Anyone know what these are?



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  Now what? Next year?
Posted by: publiclandhunter - 01-07-2020, 03:58 PM - Forum: Deer Hunting - Replies (18)

Anybody have some end of season hunting related stuff to do?
I already got my trail cams, washed and organized and stored all my hunting clothes/pack/boots, etc (last season it sat in dirty laundy until I washed it prior to archery this year!). Need to take down 1, maybe 2 treestands. Will probably make it a squirrel hunt day when I do it. Need to put final end of season cleaning on guns. Getting euroed skull back in Feb, so if they dont have a nice piece of wood backing, I will do that.
What plans do you all have for next season?
As for next season, I dont really need anything gear wise between now and then, but I am strongly considering a cell service trail cam. I will probably wait until mid archery season to hang my stands based on sign at that point in time (usually do that in Aug/Sept but will hold off next season because I had a few stands that went cold once season came in). I can use climber and/ground hunt until then.

Already counting the days.

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  just for Brandon
Posted by: 67gt390fb - 01-03-2020, 02:25 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (5)

Mississippi hunter cornered by 4-foot rattlesnake hiding in deer stand: 'There was no way to get away' | Fox News


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  This guy done messed up
Posted by: HeidelbergJaeger - 01-02-2020, 09:00 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

He’s lucky he ain’t dead. Don’t think he’ll last long in prison, though.

Spotsylvania man beats pedophile molesting children

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