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Heartland Outdoors ForumenCopyright 20162016-07-26T02:57:55+00:00Mock Scrapes?
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2558/#When:23:53:49Z<p>I purchased Tink’s Scrape Bomb | Scrape Dripper w/ Mock Scrape Starter and Pre-Rut Finisher last year. I wanted to create mock scrapes this year. Anyone ever create mock scrapes? Are they effective? Has anyone taken a deer hunting over a mock scrape? Tink’s recommends using mock scrape starter in late August and pre-rut finisher later during rut time. Any tips?</p>2016-07-24T23:53:49+00:00Mackinaw River Fish & Wildlife Area Deer Hunting
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2557/#When:05:54:01Z<p>Hi, anyone deer hunt Mackinaw River Fish & Wildlife Area? I’m very excited, this is my first year deer hunting there and I wanted to meet others who may already hunt there.</p>2016-07-24T05:54:01+00:006x45 (6mm-223)
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2556/#When:03:00:01Z<p>So…my question is: Does anyone use it? I’m considering building an AR - not to fill any niche - just as a fun little tinkering project. However, I’d like to do something different than the standard .223/5.56 or .300BLK. The intended purpose would mostly be punching holes in paper with the occasional coyote hunt. I’d love to hear some real-world results before I dive in headfirst!</p>2016-07-23T03:00:01+00:00Catfishing Rigs
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2555/#When:00:31:45Z<p>I was just wondering - what’s everyone’s favorite catfishing rigs, how do you like to fish them and with what bait? For a long time, my favorites have been the basic slip sinker rig and the drop shot rig. Just recently, I started experimenting with the Santee-Cooper Rig and the slip sinker rig. As far as bait goes, I’ve always used nightcrawlers, dip bait, and the occasional leech. My experimenting with the different rigs hasn’t been too successful, but I feel like I need to switch up my bait. Some fresh shad might be better, but my time on the water is kinda limited, so I usually head straight out there with whatever bait I already have.</p>2016-07-18T00:31:45+00:0045 inch Muskie
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2554/#When:18:08:48Z<p>Caught it June 9th on a Suick. Chippewa Flowage Squaw Bay. Released of course.</p>2016-07-01T18:08:48+00:00Remington 870 12 GA with Hastings Cantilever scope mount.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2553/#When:02:26:11Z<p>Remington 870 12 GA with Hastings fully rifled 23” barrel with cantilever scope mount. Rings included. Gun and barrel is in good condition. Stock is wood with raised cheek comb. Chambered for 3”</p>
<p>Also for sale: Nikon BDC Slughunter 3 X 9 scope in excellent condition. $110<br />
6 boxes Remington Copper solid 2 3/4” slugs. $70</p>2016-06-21T02:26:11+00:002016-2017 Outlook
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2552/#When:07:01:29Z<p>Well after Last Season’s crazy weather, I’m wondering what’s in store for this year. <br />
So far the weather has been good with little rain, the IL RIver has been in it’s banks. Im Sure Corn has been getting in.<br />
Next Month Buckwheat and Millet will be getting in.<br />
Good Luck to all and Hope for a few birds this season!!<br />
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2551/#When:18:32:56Z<p>Sounds like a lot is up in the air and no one is really certain on what is going to happen for sure.</p>
<p>With that being said, if the plant is shut down, what happens to the hunting, fishing, camping and boating aspect?</p>
<p>Anyone know?</p>2016-06-03T18:32:56+00:00Win A Gun A Week for the next Year!
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2016-05-27T17:27:22+00:00River front home for sale $149,900
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2549/#When:18:51:20Z<p>Home for sale is on the Vermilion River just south of Streator Il. About an hour and a half south of the Chicago land area. Would be a perfect second home for nice quiet weekend getaways. See photos and more information here: <a href="http://www.lakehouse.com/page-450869.html">http://www.lakehouse.com/page-450869.html</a></p>2016-05-23T18:51:20+00:00
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