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Heartland Outdoors ForumenCopyright 20152015-11-29T17:40:08+00:00Battery operated insole foot warmers…
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2514/#When:01:09:54Z<p>After another frigid season I have seriously considered getting a pair of these. I have the over boot sleeping bags for your feet and have used them for a while. They work fine but are bulky and ya gotta haul them in and out. I have had a few guys that swear by these Therma Cell warmers. Anyone use these before? What do ya think?</p>2015-11-27T01:09:54+00:00Food plot service
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2513/#When:16:04:30Z<p>Anybody know of a service that will install food plots in or around the Knox county area?</p>2015-11-25T16:04:30+00:00Introduce kids? How?
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2512/#When:16:32:24Z<p>I am sitting here thinking about the future hunters and trying to rack my brain on how in the hell to get them involved and keep them interested. I’m a father of 3 young ones and I’m the only one that works and I take care of a relative that can’t provide for herself due to an accident. So obviously there’s not much extra so in turn I hunt public ground as will my kids more than likely. So this is where the dilemma comes in. We all know that there is not enough public ground to support the hunters that need to use it, and that’s evident by the amount of vehicles pouring into these places. My hunting success suffers dramatically because of this as well as others out there as well. So this brings me to the main point…..I love to hunt when I can and keep at it because I know what the reward is at the end but when you add kids to the public ground equation, it’s easy to get them involved but keeping their attention for the hours and weeks it takes to get a mere sighting is where I feel we are going to lose their interest! I’m sure I’m not alone in this way of thinking…...! Most working and growing families can’t afford a lease, friends reluctantly invite YOU (one hunter) to go on their ground sometimes but add a kid or 2 and you don’t get an invite at all!, and I have knocked on doors till I’m blue in the face to get the same redundant answers. And like I said I know I’m not alone here! So what is a guy supposed to do to get and keep the future interested when there’s not much you can do?</p>2015-11-21T16:32:24+00:00Central IL 14pt
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2511/#When:14:36:41Z<p>Shot this guy Nov 14 trailing a doe. She led him by at 15 yards. Split G2s and a split g5. He had a big knot on his left knee. I think it slightly affected the right side of his rack.</p>2015-11-21T14:36:41+00:00immigrate to Canada
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2510/#When:11:02:43Z<p>I would like to immigrate to Canada with my wife. We both have good experience and degrees (she works as a chemist and I am an architect). Does anyone know which of us has a better chance of qualifying to get into Canada?</p>2015-11-19T11:02:43+00:00Firearm Predictions
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2509/#When:17:43:47Z<p>I will say the first firearm season will be down -10% from last year.</p>
<p>Any guesses?</p>2015-11-18T17:43:47+00:00Posting Pics (Thoughts)
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2508/#When:00:31:43Z<p>Just trying to get a general consensus of everyone’s thoughts on the topic of posting pictures of game harvested or fish species caught. With Facebook being such a popular part of our social media lives these days, it is very common for people to share pictures on their page for friends and family to view. </p>
<p>The question of the day is. If you were to post a picture of a deer shot or a fish caught on your personal Facebook page and had the privacy setting to private, do you think it is acceptable or morally right for an outdoor magazine to take and use that picture in their magazine without request or notification?</p>
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2507/#When:18:13:03Z<p>Just took a peek on DNR’s site and did some number crunching. Not good.</p>
<p>I really thought harvest numbers would be much better this year, but looks to me like they could be down again.</p>
<p>Herd that bad? EHD? CWD? Fewer hunters? </p>
What say you?</p>2015-11-12T18:13:03+00:00Public hunting questions.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2506/#When:00:27:21Z<p>What are your guys thoughts on when a person should sign in to a site to deer hunt? Especially when someone is already signed in? Part 2 to follow…..........</p>2015-11-09T00:27:21+00:00YOUTH PHEASANT HUNT
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2505/#When:15:46:53Z<p>Big Sandy Farm and the Toluca Sportsmans Club are hosting a youth pheasant hunt for children 16 and under. The hunt will be at Big Sandy Farm outside of Wenona, IL on Saturday, November 28, 2015. There will be a morning and an afternoon session of hunters. All hunters must possess a hunters safety card and a valid hunting license, and be accompanied by a legal guardian on the hunt. There is no cost associated with the hunt. </p>
<p>Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided and there will also be raffles for the kids including a new shotgun, a snow goose hunt, a waterfowl hunt along with other miscellaneous items. </p>
<p>There are limited spots available so please register in advance. You can email tolucasportsmansclub at yahoo dot com or call or text Dan Knight (309-830-4938) with any questions or to reserve a spot for the hunt. Registration deadline is Wednesday, November 25, 2015.</p>
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