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The Rut

Posted by Posted Image Ven-Pisc-ator (High on the Horn!) at Nov 17 2017, 07:07 PM. One comment

I believe the rut starts mid way through the Nov gun hunt. I have suspected that the timing of the gun hunt or Control Hunt in Southern Ontario starts before the bucks get really active. This can be confirmed by activity as seen on my trail cams. Next year I will start hunting mid week of the gun hunt and hunting into the next week, splitting it with gun first the following with bow hunting.

It is nice hunting when the dear are moving around and not gone nocturnal.

As anyone else notice the same?

Ven

No Rut Here

Posted by Posted Image Ven-Pisc-ator (High on the Horn!) at Nov 7 2017, 07:13 PM. 10 comments

Well, the rut has not started in southern Ontario. I retrieved my game camera memory stick, it has a lot of activity, Bucks and Does in the same pictures, with no hint of rutting activity. I have not even seen any Bucks wandering around looking. I have not seen many scrapes or rubs, but have not really been looking all that hard.

Has anyone seen any activity?

Two great singers lost this month

Posted by Posted Image forkhorn (High on the Horn!) at Oct 18 2017, 09:57 PM. 0 comments

First Tom and then Gord... I saw a Hip concert many moons ago but never gained appreciation of there talent until a few years ago. I am a person that loves live music and not to many bands sound better live then on filtered radio or cd... the Hip was one one of those bands to see live and feel the energy...

How to post pics

Posted by Posted Image forkhorn (High on the Horn!) at Oct 18 2017, 08:42 PM. 10 comments

So how are guys posting pics..... I don't wanna do the hole photobucket hope thing again

My new sled

Posted by Posted Image callaway dan (High on the Horn!) at Oct 8 2017, 05:18 PM. 0 comments

They sure have changed

My new sled

Posted by Posted Image callaway dan (High on the Horn!) at Oct 8 2017, 05:17 PM. One comment

They sure have changed

Interesting Read, internet laziness at its best

Posted by Posted Image Smokey (Born to Hunt!) at Oct 8 2017, 08:55 AM. 2 comments

Not sure if anyone has followed or heard of this issue that popped up this summer. In my opinion it shows how internet forums can lead to greed and laziness in people. This is a big reason why almost all my open forum posting has almost stopped. I miss the stories and sharing that goes on all of them but the lurkers have one purpose in life and that's to find an easy way to have others do everything for them.

Here is a link to the story and how it went down, Mike is a friend of mine and just a sad statement on life now-a-days and how far people are wiling to go.

Crazy Situation

OHL closed

Posted by Posted Image timbrhuntr (Born to Hunt!) at Oct 5 2017, 10:44 AM. 14 comments

I am sure some here also stop in at Adrians board or used to as I guess its gone for good !! Hope this place isn't next but it seems to be headed that way to.

If meat eaters acted like Vegans

Posted by Posted Image ONbuckhunter (Moderator) at Sep 28 2017, 06:48 PM. 0 comments

 

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