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Heartland Outdoors ForumenCopyright 20152015-01-30T05:53:43+00:00Armadillos…
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2445/#When:12:32:43Z<p>I read about these critters being seen regularly in the southern counties of Illinois. That was a few years back though. Anyone here ever seen one in Illinois yet?</p>2015-01-25T12:32:43+00:00First sheds of 2015
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2444/#When:03:49:06Z<p>Me my son and or yellow lab max went out today looking for sheds dog 2 son none <img src="http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/images/smileys/smile.gif" width="19" height="19" alt="smile" style="border:0;" /> anyone else been out</p>2015-01-25T03:49:06+00:00Bear Vintage Recurve Bow
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2443/#When:14:51:56Z<p>Bear Super Kodiak Vintage Recurve Bow: Glass Powered Super Kodiak 921830 AMO 60” at 45lb. Very nice bow that has been stored inside its entire life and does have soft case for storage. Asking $375.00 Firm</p>2015-01-21T14:51:56+00:00Bear Vintage Recurve bow
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2442/#When:14:37:17Z<p>Little Bear Recurve Bow: Vintage Glass Powered Little Bear K538700 AMO 48” 20 lb. at 24”. This is a very nice bow that is in great condition and been stored inside its entire life. Asking $125.00 Firm</p>2015-01-21T14:37:17+00:00Sportsman for hunger hurting #s also???
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2441/#When:22:13:35Z<p>After a 2 hour heated talk, Some are starting to think the program is fueling the fire to fill as many tags as possible. Curious on everyones thoughts on H.O. If you want to help stamp out hunger buy some pork or beef and donate it. Why kill a whitetail and not utilize the rewards yourself???</p>2015-01-20T22:13:35+00:00Who will step up?
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2440/#When:18:25:02Z<p>My county is down about 20% off of one the worst years concerning archery. Who will step up and make changes? Hunters? DNR? Hunting Organizations? Tell me where to send my votes, time & money.</p>2015-01-19T18:25:02+00:00Those crazy buckeyes.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2439/#When:15:12:04Z<p>Ohio actually thinks it can “crunch” the numbers within a few short days of the conclusion of their hunting season and have proposals for next years regulations hashed out. This is crazy talk. Don’t they understand it takes complacency and inaction to destroy a deer herd. And the notion of seeking hunter input and having discussions about topics like cwd and trends in the condition of the deer herd…..</p>
Hunters can give input at state deer-hunting summits<br />
By Dave Golowenski For The Columbus Dispatch • Sunday January 18, 2015 6:07 AM</p>
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Ohio’s deer season ends on Feb. 1, marking the start of yet another cycle involving the state’s biggest and most-hunted game animal.</p>
<p>Shortly into February, after this year’s numbers are crunched, the Ohio Division of Wildlife will announce its proposals for regulating the 2015-16 hunt. The division is asking hunter input during a four-hour “deer-hunting summit” scheduled for Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at five locations throughout the state.</p>
<p>The gatherings will be held at wildlife district offices in Columbus, Athens, Findlay and Akron, and at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Caesar Creek Learning Center in Waynesville.</p>
<p>Summits will begin with updates from wildlife division personnel about chronic wasting disease, about trends in the condition of Ohio’s deer herd and about the transition from counties to deer-management units. After the presentations, audience members can give feedback</p>
<p>about the state of deer hunting.</p>
<p>Because seating will be limited, interested persons should consider registering by Friday. To register for the Columbus summit, which will be held at 1500 Dublin Rd., phone (614) 644-3925.</p>
<p>Phone numbers and addresses of the four other summit sites can be found at <a href="http://www.wildohio.gov">http://www.wildohio.gov</a>.</p>
<p> </p>2015-01-18T15:12:04+00:00less nuisance permits?.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2438/#When:18:25:30Z<p>Without starting WW3. I seen that Illinois had a record soybean / corn harvest. Would that mean less nuisance permits issued?. Less permits in general since there was a record harvest. Or does big Insurance control that to.</p>2015-01-14T18:25:30+00:00THAT AIN’T RIGHT
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2437/#When:14:45:16Z<p>Maybe this is why I have a lack of deer around. This was no fast jump and hump - several pictures lasting over ten minutes with same deer. I never saw this before with deer and I was wonder what do we got going on here, is it just a dominant thing or is there more going on here in the deer world?</p>2015-01-13T14:45:16+00:00Limestone sinkers…
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2436/#When:15:44:07Z<p>I don’t know how long these have been around but I heard a commercial for them the other day. They’re made by Rockybrook. A neat innovation. Anyone ever use these before?</p>2015-01-10T15:44:07+00:00
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