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Never Give Up

Never Give Up
Never give up. Although I didn't live up to this motto at first, we were fortunate Sawyer did. On the last Saturday of the GA turkey season, we gave it one more effort before time to hang up the calls. We arrived to a new listening spot on a piece of property where some birds have been eluding us. Thanks to Sawyer's ears, he heard a distance gobble...
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Welcome!

Welcome!
Hello gang! Sawyer and I are excited about coming on board and sharing what we know, experience and continue to learn in this awesome sport we all love. We hope to add a little diversity with some youth perspective and of course promote one of our favorite endeavors......Turkey Hunting! We are proud members of the Woodhaven Customs Calls Pro-staff so hopefully we will be able to share some insight on the different types of calls out there. Our deer season so far has been pretty slow here in Georgia. And after a visit to our local deer cooler, it’s not just...
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We are like no other.

" We are like no other " We awake early and put on are camo cover Bits of breakfast we shove down quickSips of coffee should do the trick Gathering all the gear that we must takeLeaving nothing behind for our sake Head for the truck, crank up the heatFix the mirror, adjust the seat Turn on the wipers to rid the frostCreep down the drive, make no noise, at any cost On are way to are favorite spotDaydreaming about all the sign we've been seeing, it should be hot! In the headlights we come upon some deerWere not there yet,...
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Irish Setter Rutmaster Boots (1200 gram)

Irish Setter Rutmaster Boots (1200 gram)
I finally broke down and purchased some good winter boots. I normally just use my 400 gram hunting boots all winter and just add a layer of wool socks to get by. This year however my feet were telling me that wasn't going to be good enough. I don't know if it's my ripe old age of 37 or if I'm just becoming a sissy. Either way, I knew I was going to have to buy some boots that were actually built for the cold winters up here in Northern Minnesota. I wanted a boot that was warm, 100% water proof,...
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Honey Lime Salmon

Honey Lime Salmon
Honey Lime Salmon   Marinade: -1/2  C. Veg oil -Juice of one lime -2 tbsp. Honey -2 tbsp. Chopped Cilantro -1 tbsp fresh grated ginger -salt and pepper serving for 1 to 1 1/2 steaks or fillets. Rinse and pat dry 1 - 1 1/2 lbs. of salmon fillets or steaks. Reserve 1/4 cup marinade for basting on grill.Soak in remaining marinade for 1 hour, turning occasionally.Grill it and brush with remaining marinade.Enjoy
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