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  1. Set out my 5 cams in Mississippi and did a little chainsaw work on ATV roads this past weekend.
  2. Interesting idea William. Depending on the durability, it could be something real handy when you're trying to find your arrow after a hit. The durability with these type of devices concerns me. I've used illuminated nocks before and shot 4 deer with using them. 3 out of the 4 didn't work after the hit. For that reason, I quit using them.
  3. Started some preseason prep work & put out cams in Missouri recently. Going to put out 5 more cams in Mississippi this weekend.
  4. Set our 10 cams out in MO last week. 9 are on mineral licks and 1 is on an isolated water source in a cedar thicket. I'll swap the cards out next trip there in August.
  5. Just got home from doing a lot of chores in MO, along with setting out trail cams. After working outside in the heat wave we had there for 6 days I'm going to relax and recover this weekend in the cool air.
  6. Yep...that certainly falls in with the other "you might be a redneck if" statements. Bet it's one Jeff Foxworthy hasn't said yet though.
  7. Good luck to Emma. Hope they win a few Tim. I'm driving to Missouri Friday. Going to do some chores on the farm, start the preseason prep work and set out our 10 cams we have there. My buddy is bringing a few family members so we're going to take advantage of the extra help while we have it. We'll be there about 6 days. When I leave for home, I'm going to spend the night in Memphis, TN at my son & daughter-in-law's place. They are closing on buying a new house on 7/13 so they want me to see it since I'm passing through there anyway. They won't be moved into the new house yet. They have some painting to do before moving in. Hope I don't get roped into doing some of that! There you have it...my next 2 weekends in one report.
  8. Working double shifts again huh Tim. I haven't put out any cams yet Tim. Heading to MO Friday for about 5 or 6 days to do some chores and put out our cams there. When I get back, I'll start running my cams in MS too.
  9. Congratulations Don!!!
  10. Not in 45 of the 50 states Martin. But with all the $ he has...can't rule out Canada or other countries like Africa and Argentina. If I were worth $100MM, I'd be traveling for a couple of years.
  11. Plot looks great Frank. Nice new ride too! Haven't really started any new preparation yet for this coming season except for getting our clover plots cut in Missouri. Our neighbor there is doing that right now. We are going there the end of next week to start some preseason preparation chores and set out the cams.
  12. Yep
  13. For what it's worth, this was posted on Wildgame Nation's facebook page 17 hours ago. Appears they are making damage control decisions for Wildgame Innovation products. "Wildgame Nation, a subsidiary of Plano Synergy, would like to share this message from CEO David E. Dudick in light of recent incidents. As a company, we are proud of our legacy, our diverse brands and our team. We take pride in serving our industry and promote the fair and lawful practice of game hunting. Important Message from David E. Dudick, Chief Executive Officer, Plano Synergy Wildgame Innovations, a subsidiary of Plano Synergy, has a culture that is grounded in integrity, and respect for the outdoors. This comes with the expectation that we will always do the right thing. Our decisions will always reflect our commitments to our customers and consumers. The reported incidents in no way reflect upon the values of our Company, brands and employees. Our customers and consumers choose us because they appreciate our never-ending zeal to deliver high quality products and exceptional service. We are currently gathering the facts surrounding this incident and offer the assurance of appropriate and swift action. We have a deep respect for law, tradition and the ethical practices of our sports. We take pride in serving our industry and promote the fair and lawful practices of game hunting. Every day we strive to be a company that is trustworthy, respectful and fair with our consumers, employees, customers and business partners. We ask for your trust and patience as we collect the facts and determine our next steps. We promise to keep you updated in a timely manner."
  14. Yes it was. The cash fine is less than a slap on the wrist to him. I had heard several years ago he was worth over $50,000,000. According to google, his net worth is ~$100,000,000.
  15. Agree with both of you. Hope the Outdoor Channel drops them like a bad habit too! Just my opinion but anyone fortunate to have their own hunting show should be setting a positive example for all hunters. That's part of the responsibility that should come with the fame and publicity.