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I see almost zero interest on Crow Busters as compared to previous seasons, why? 

Here is a photo of one of my partners who hunted crows in Maryland, New York State and Pennsylvania. 



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No shortage of camo on that blind, looks like he used a couple christmas trees to dust in the blind. Nice !

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I hunted out of that blind when I went back to Maryland to hunt with Jerry.

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Love your blind, just wondering if anyone uses river cane like I do to add to my TangleFree blind?



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Paul, how is Dale's season going?

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Bonjour,

personnellement, je ne vais pas souvent à la chasse en raiison de mon travail. Je chasse princiipalement pendant le weekend. Et aussi la raison qui m'empeche de n'y aller pas la maladie dentaire que j'ai, mais j'ai trouvé une solution en utilisant un produit de blanchissement dentaire qui cesse la douleur dentaire dans demi-heure. Pour nous, chasseurs, nous devrions planifier une sortie ensemble.

 

Merci!

 

José.



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Bonjour,

personnellement, je ne vais pas souvent à la chasse en raiison de mon travail. Je chasse princiipalement pendant le weekend. Et aussi la raison qui m'empeche de n'y aller pas la maladie dentaire que j'ai, mais j'ai trouvé une solution en utilisant un produit de blanchissement dentaire qui cesse la douleur dentaire dans demi-heure. Pour nous, chasseurs, nous devrions planifier une sortie ensemble.

 

Merci!

 

José.

yup, what he said

 



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Hey Bob!

I'm still at it. Had 3 hunts so far this year. Two of them were great hunts (by my standards) Looking forward to at least several more. I have a new phone and a new email so when I figure out how, I'll post some photos.

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Hey Mattie,

 

Yes!  When it is close-by I definitely use it.  Makes brushing-in a cinch!  How long does it stay green after you cut it?  Actually, one of the blinds I used a few weeks ago was brushed-in with it.  I will post a photo when I figure out how.   How many hours from Jackson are you located?  

 

Rob

 

 



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Rob, we are waiting for your photos.


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Here are the 3 hunts I've had so far this season.   The first was probably the most exciting hunt I've had.  I wasn't expecting much but the crows were in some kinda mood that morning.  I shot 30 between sunrise and 8:30.  This was a south facing blind so I decided to call it when the sun started getting in my eyes.   I went and got my truck and drove it around to my blind.  Then I picked up all my decoys and left the decoy bag sitting right in front of my blind while I checked the woods behind my blind for any more K.I.A's.  While I was doing that a lone crow came in and began screaming at the dead ones on the ground.  I snuck back into my blind and killed it for a total of thirty-one.  Crazy! All with my truck and decoy bag right there! (one of the pics shows the scene)  The next hunt I only got 3 (Mattie, this is the one I used river cane to bush-in with. you can see it in the background).  Just could not get them interested in my spread.  The wind was wrong and I think that played a big part.   The last hunt netted 43- my personal best.   It actually would have been several more but the hawks were very much enjoying my cripples.  I hope to hit this farm again in a week or two!



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Very nice Rob.

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Good work, Rob. 

 I enjoy hunt reports and photos of the set and surrounding country. Keep after 'em.

 Randy 



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Had a good hunt last week.  Started out with a lite snow while I was setting out the decoys (always noteworthy in Mississippi) but turned into a little on-and-off spitting rain.  The crows didn't seem to mind though.  Ended-up with 42.  Also had a bald eagle soar directly above my blind only about 30 feet up.  That was a first for me.   I hope these pics don't end-up sideways again...   If so, my apologies!



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 Good work Rob. Thanks for the pictures. Someone smarter than me will have to tell you how to keep them straight. 

 Bald eagles used to be a rare sight around here. Now they're everywhere and a guy doesn't give them a second thought. They sure are a majestic bird, especially at thirty feet.

 So, what's more uncommon, the snow or the eagle?

 Randy 

  



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Rob,that river cane will last about a month before it starts to loose its leaves.Enjoying the pics. Looks like you’re on your way becoming a bonified crow killer.Our season in Ark goes out Feb 20th and with rain the forecast this weekend,my trigger finger is getting a little itchy.Hope to post some pics soon.

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I haven't been on the forum much lately but I'm still at it more than ever!



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Greg, if you still hunt a lot how come ya don't post more often?

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Just been busy with work and stuff.

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Still shooting crows up here in Manitoba. Just patiently waiting for the spring campaign 😉

Ted

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