Some years ago I was turkey hunting near Mark Twain Lake and I had a gray come in, it was just nosing around then all of a sudden it got a wild hair up its butt and took off running, the first tree it came to it went straight up it about 10 feet or so. It stayed there maybe a minute then started inching down then turned a jumped down the last 5 feet. Started nosing around on the ground again, a few minutes later the wild hair kicked in again, but this time he was coming straight at the tree im leaning against, I had to move to keep it from running up me. Very cool, I will never forget it.
Seen a gray at the edge of my neighbors field last year, haven't seen it again, busted a red around high noon a few weeks ago, after some chicken for lunch but got a face full of copper plated #5's instead
Last Edit: Dec 15, 2017 22:48:32 GMT -6 by mmaxwell
I read some where the seeds need to be stratified? first. 90 days in a refrigerator before planting. I got a hundred trees or more in my paw paw patch but I am still going to try and plant some seed. Not sure how long it takes them to bear fruit.
Mine still won't shake out I'm in northern stone county
Interesting, i would have bet down there yours would be past ready, as a matter of fact I didn't get half of mine as they had already ripen and dropped to the ground before I went up in there to check on them. As I walked up the creek bed I could smell them before I got to them, even seen a few box turtles eating on them.
Walleye Joe: You need your hearing checked Ray!
Mar 10, 2017 20:21:31 GMT -6
krank: He said "Lesser fun for you" not "SR22".....
Mar 14, 2017 11:29:03 GMT -6
farmnhunter: If you want to avoid feline, you can't use any meat or fish item or scent. Try a piece of black licorish covered by dairy feed, or lucky charms or corn/koolaid (mix 1 qt whole corn with a package of grape koolaid)
Apr 5, 2017 19:42:37 GMT -6