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Heartland Outdoors ForumenCopyright 20152015-03-26T16:32:31+00:00Virtual Reality Fishing Simulator Business For Sale $3000 OBO: Proffessional Mock Boat/2 Simulator Machines/Projector & Screen/Much More
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2456/#When:18:22:57Z<p>*I HAVE TO SELL THIS BY MARCH 29TH DUE TO: NO WHERE TO STORE EQUIPMENT/DO NOT HAVE VEHICLE TO TRANSPORT* </p>
<p>This is a very unique Virtual Reality Fishing Business. There are two computer simulator machines and they retail for $3000 each new, ($1500 each used), they are used but in good condition. Everything that is included at its current used value is easily worth $5000,( I am interested in any trade of equal value: Vehicles/Computers/Etc.) It comes with the fishing DVDS (Deep Sea & Lake fish $500). The Mock Boat ($2000), which is pictured, custom built and is amazing with hardwood flooring and trim. A Dell 4100MP Projector with screen, backdrops, (2) Klipsch speakers (built into boat), two fishing poles/reels and back up reels with a lot of fishing line. There are 3 drills (2 are special for reeling in the line quickly while at a show). There are other tools and equipment that is included for full operation of this business. Also a lot of décor for visual effects, 15 handheld virtual fishing games for customer prizes. I can not say enough about this opportunity, the man who owned the business before me ran it for 8 years successfully. The machines are very sophisticated computers and not just a game. It actually scores you on how well you reel in the fish, that is actually the primary objective of the simulator. Your points are scored by reeling it in just right, not to much tension but at the same time not to much slack. The strength of this machine is amazing and you can adjust it to how ever you want. If you really get into it, you can literally tweak the machine to be exactly how it would feel if you were actually fishing.Your creativity is the only limit there is, you can easily make money booking events of any kind and charge $500 and up a day. Canada is the only place you can purchase these machines but the maintenance is straight forward. They are extremely well made and the two that are for sale have never had any problems. Most people have never even heard of something like this and they become instantly interested. If I can answer any other questions I will do my best. Thank you for your time and interest. 309 3SIX3-ONE8FIVE2<span style="font-size:14px;"></span></p>2015-03-25T18:22:57+00:00Fox Chain Reports??
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2455/#When:00:36:27Z<p>Anybody been out on the Fox chain lately? Was thinking of trying Piskatee (T channel) or maybe Nielsen’s channel tomorrow. What’s the hot bite? bait? advice?</p>2015-03-08T00:36:27+00:00Youth Turkey
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2454/#When:01:50:34Z<p>Curious who all plans too be out with the kids this year? My son is super pumped and is counting down the days…...Ole dad is just as excitied as him though…..I live for these youth hunts!!!!!</p>2015-03-07T01:50:34+00:00Special Traditional 3-D bow shoot
<p>Broken Arrow regular 3-D shoots every First Sunday of the month but Saturday June 6th is a special traditional only shoot. See the link above. Between Charleston and Westfield Illinois.</p>2015-03-05T14:32:52+00:00IWA + New DNR Director = 1st good thing to affect IL whitetails in a LONG time
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2452/#When:00:45:41Z<p>As the title of this topic points out, the hard work of the IWA in combination with a new DNR director who appears to care about the declining whitetail herd has the potential to be the first positive changes and effects on the IL whitetails in a long long time. The following was posted on the IWA facebook account:</p>
<p>“Last week, IWA had a very positive meeting with IDNR Director Wayne Rosenthal. For the first time in a long while, we had a Director’s full, undivided attention for nearly two hours. He listened. And he came to us with ideas. It was nice to be able to just sit and talk about deer hunting with a Director who understands regular hunters. Jeff, Lee, and Kevin represented a diverse group from IWA, and were able to offer a lot of different perspectives on the status of deer hunting in IL. We had the chance to talk about different parts of the IWA proposal, and Director Rosenthal was interested in learning more about our ideas. At the end of the meeting, the last thing the Director said was, “We’ll do something to turn it around.” You can’t ask for anything more at this point.</p>
<p>At the top of our priority list is IWA’s concept of “Zone Management.” This plan would put counties into 3 different management zones based on where each county is compared to its population goal. The GROWTH ZONE (10% or more below the population goal) would be limited to 1 doe and 1 buck all weapons/seasons combined, with no additional antlerless-only season. The MAINTENANCE ZONE would have a limit of 2 bucks and 2 does across all weapons and no antlerless-only season. The REDUCTION ZONE (10% or more above the population goal) would also have a 2 buck limit, and would have extra antlerless-only permits available for purchase, as well as an additional antlerless-only season. This concept brings together many of the points of the original IWA plan, and has the benefit of having a wider range for county population goals before additional measures are taken to reduce or grow the herd in those areas.</p>
<p>Stay tuned for updates as we continue to work with IDNR and Director Rosenthal to push for some meaningful changes to IL’s deer management program”.</p>
<p>I am sure there will be a few that weigh in on this and disagree with some part of these comments, but that is human nature. I will guarantee 95% of the IL hunters will be OK with this.</p>
2015-03-05T00:45:41+00:00New hunter looking for help or mentor within 2 hours of Elgin,IL
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2451/#When:21:58:13Z<p>Brand new to coyote hunting and hunting in general looking for a mentor or someone to help guide me along and possible let me come to some hunts. I have a good amount of gear for hunting already. I really would like to find a private property to hunt to use my Mossberg MVP .223, instead of a ruger 22lr on public property. Anyway any help guiding me towards private property and assisting in learning the ways of the hunter would be great. Look forward to the help. Thanks everyone.</p>2015-02-08T21:58:13+00:00Used decoys or rags???
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2450/#When:18:14:36Z<p>Im looking for any used duck and goose decoys and rags for my 11year old son…...Anything would do just too get him started. Thanks guys…......W.F.</p>2015-02-08T18:14:36+00:00Beginner coyote hunter.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2449/#When:03:47:03Z<p>Im a beginner coyote hunter and am planin on goin on my first yote hunt! I was just wondering what call would be the best for calling them in I have a Johny stewart wild life electronic predator call and wondered what calls would be the most effictive??</p>2015-02-05T03:47:03+00:00Goose Lodge in Olive Branch
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2448/#When:18:40:24Z<p>Curious if anyone remembers the Goose Lodge Hunting Club just south of Olive Branch, IL on Rt 3 at Horseshoe Lake? I believe it operated from the 1950’s thru the early 80s. The building isn’t there anymore. Believe it burnt around 1985. I came across an old Goose Lodge brochure and was hoping someone had an actual picture or some stories about the place. I attached some pictures from the brochure.</p>2015-02-04T18:40:24+00:00Looking for older tractor
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2447/#When:15:05:44Z<p>I’m looking for an older tractor for food plotting, like a Ford 8N or similar. Thanks.</p>2015-01-31T15:05:44+00:00
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