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Heartland Outdoors ForumenCopyright 20142014-11-20T18:30:24+00:00Deer scoring…
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2405/#When:03:47:09Z<p>Wondering here in Central Illinois who I can have score a very Unique Non-Typical I shot last year during Muzzleloader season. <br />
any info would be greatly appreciated. <br />
Thanks Scott</p>2014-11-19T03:47:09+00:00What should I have done?
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2404/#When:23:13:07Z<p>I am a hard core duck hunter, only a casual shotgun deer hunter.<br />
Yesterday, driving back from a successful duck hunt out of Blandings, a gut shot buck crossed the road in front of me. He was moving very slow and could barely get out of the ditch on the other side.<br />
I stopped the truck and hollered for hunter so he would know where his buck went<br />
After thinking more, I’m now worried I pushed the deer even farther with the truck stopping and the yelling.<br />
i don’t keep anything in the truck to mark a trail for the hunter - sat and thought about that for a bit<br />
What should I have done?</p>2014-11-16T23:13:07+00:00Anyone having any luck are you seeing deer?
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2403/#When:16:00:13Z<p>Fresh off a vacation and totally speechless on what I saw last week which was absolutely nothing. Any good news out there other than a new Governor? Charlie Alsheimer prediction best week to be in the stand was last week. Maybe he meant anywhere but Illinois.</p>2014-11-16T16:00:13+00:00wow, heck of a year so far
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2402/#When:16:14:15Z<p>since the opening of public land next to where I hunt was opened for hunting it has been miserable for us. stolen deer stands, stolen camera. watched a trespasser climb in my favorite stand I saved for rut and vacation, and now 1 of landowners calves shot in neck with arrow dangling. if you hunt near unhunted public land and a hunting organization wants it to be opened for more hunter access tell them to shut the **** up!</p>2014-11-15T16:14:15+00:00RACK QUESTION
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2401/#When:18:59:43Z<p>I think most of us will agree that if a buck gets hurt that it will somehow affect his rack growth the following year.</p>
<p>One of my friends that farms and I hunt his property threw this at me one Friday night while consuming adult beverages not to long ago. He said he had heard it for years and I had never heard of it before. He stated that if a buck breaks of a horn or damages his rack some how (no physical damage to the body) that it will affect its growth, the rack, every year after that. I asked if this was while the rack was growing and still in velvet and he said no at anytime.</p>
<p>I don’t see how this would, but what are others thought on this. Good question for the trail cam users that follow certain deer for several years and may have noticed this!</p>2014-11-13T18:59:43+00:00started antler hunting lab for sale
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2400/#When:05:52:44Z<p>I have a started antler hunting Labrador for sale I have been training. She is white, AKC registered from OFA certified parents and excellent hunting lines both sire and dam hunt birds and sire is a pointing lab. She has tons of drive and absolutely loves hunting for sheds. She has the potential to be a truly amazing antler hunting dog. She is very obedient and highly intelligent also very affectionate and loving. Here is a short video of her at 12 weeks old she is now 13 weeks <a href="http://youtu.be/2QX7zVXX4-k">http://youtu.be/2QX7zVXX4-k</a> she will be ready the end of Nov. beginning of Dec. For any questions you can email me at shedsoldierdogs at yahoo dot com i have a website but don’t want to put on this add, forums moderaters tend to frown upon that.</p>2014-11-11T05:52:44+00:00Is it just my neck of the woods or have the deer completley went nocturnal.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2399/#When:14:57:33Z<p>I have not seen a deer in 4 days of hunting. I have hunted from dawn till dusk. It’s like they have a secret underground bunker they go to. It must be this stupid full moon. They must feed and frolic all night and hit the underground hangout just before dawn. <img src="http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/images/smileys/smile.gif" width="19" height="19" alt="smile" style="border:0;" />. I know they are around I had 3 mature bucks in 45 minutes between 40 and 60 yards of me last week. Then poof !!! gone.</p>2014-11-07T14:57:33+00:00Quinn on the way out!!!
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2398/#When:06:31:01Z<p>The voters have spoken! It’s a great day in illinois! With the snakes head now chopped off where will the rest of the spawn fall? Will there be big changes in the IDNR? We can only hope. </p>
<p>Thanks to everyone who took time out of their day to vote!</p>2014-11-05T06:31:01+00:00Has anyone seen any pre-rut or rut activity ?.
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2397/#When:16:32:15Z<p>Just wondering if anyone has seen any increase in pre-rut , chasing by younger bucks , sunbathing deer ( 70 plus today) . I still have seen nothing in my area . Have a lot of corn standing still.</p>2014-10-27T16:32:15+00:00usfws havana wilder oxbow area
http://www.heartlandoutdoors.com/HOforum/member/2285/viewthread/2396/#When:14:11:46Z<p>D U payed 600thousand dollars to have the usfws wilder area contored ponds created ect. Have you seen your federl duckstamp money thrown away. Walk to the oxbow dam its washed out no stop boards. No hunting most years. The bs from the usfw is the river did get high enough will the wilder area water gayes as of yesterday had water three quarters up the river side. They tile was not opened to supply wayer to the hunting area. Look past the bs they pump the field by dickson mounds it flows in to the oxbow area. The fields they pump are right ag fields on dickson mounds road. They pump it with a tractors two a large permitly fuel station . The water just flows throught oxbow area through broken dam to river,post some pics guys its thier to see right in front of all of you. Federal duck stamp money payed for it all. It belongs to all of you Not the lazy employees of the usfws. Please get out thier see for your self first facts see for your self.</p>2014-10-25T14:11:46+00:00
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