These boys put the hurtin on some huge honkers on a cold windy morning
Hunt of a Lifetime 2007
Dakota and his family stopped at the booth for a visit also. Dakota was a recipient of a Hunt of a Lifetime and Fred his dad accomopanied him on the trip so when they came to show we got to meet his Mom . THanks for stopping
Tom is a jack of all trades. Winds gusting to 60mph and the hydro lines cross, sparking and blowing the main breaker. So with some Red-Green he puts 3 sections of ladder together and up he goes to cut off old wires. Marlin and Matt hold the ladder, man...
As we make our way back to truck the wheel bolts come loose and we loose the wheel. So looking through all the tool boxes we find 4 very long bolts, and MANY washers and what ever else will work and the wheel is back on ready to limp back to the truck.
Iowa Boys shoot some shells
Grand Slam Doug, White knuckle George, Telephone John, No gear Craig, Chef Ben, and Little guy Toby put a hurtin on some Canadas and ducks. Way to go boys!!
Jan 17,07 Booking for 09
Eric Radic and Richard Ebbitt book a spot for Manitoba goose hunting in 09
Jan 18,07 More Snow
WE wake up at 7 am to huge snowflakes for the last day of the show. This Manitoba weather has been a challenge for the residents of Pa. this weekend. IT did not stop Billy R, his son and friends of Nanty Glo arrive that afternoon for a visit.
Jan 3,08 Mike McCarty OH
Sad news today as we hear that Mike a dear friend and client has passed away due to health problems. We met Mike alias "Bad Penny" through our North American Hunting Club Life Member hunt in 06 then returning in 07 and was to return in 09. Mike took this...
Jan 30,08 Snow shoeing
While showshoeing with the dogs one afternoon we ventured down to the summer deer feeder which still had some grain in. Many animals were still feeding here, tracks from a few red squirrels, a mink, the fisher we had seen in the fall, hungarian partridge...
Jason and the girls return
Jason, Randy, John, and Ron return to hunt snows. Many shells, many laughs and the girls bring the snows to the ground.
Jasons girls Day 2
I hope the 8 cases of shells that they brought with them will last the whole week.
Jeffery Rodrique of Louisianna
Jeff puts 10 honkers on the carrier for a photo. We thought over 100 lbs of goose flesh here m akes his legs buckle a little
Jerry Rushmier of MN
HEre Jerry shows of his new Benelli Stauger shotgun. HE had shot 50 rounds before coming to Mantioba and he put many more than that while yp here on ducks and geese.
Jim Biggar Sr.and a little advice
A little advice from the senior of the group. "no need for those semi's with the recoil pad, and that extra shell In my day we did it the tough wayand a couple of bruises just was part of the experience". However after much debate last statement Jamie mad...
John peels this Honker from the air. THe unique coloring showed up when he pulled the trigger on it.
Ju1y 10,07 Tank, the Chessy Pup
Tank the largest chessy pup flew to Muskrat Dam, Ontario to the home of Louie Beardy for a working waterfowl dog.
July 24 Repairs
Tom now has his shop wired with power for repairs and to escape from Judy
July 31,07 Lunch while baiting
Replacing barrels of bait is a hot job. Tom had replaced barrels in June and now we are replaceing more in prep for the fall bear hunt which is only 27 days away. Most barrels are empty and not many berries in the woods so activity is starting to show a t...
June 21,07 Good-bye to Sandy lake
I headed home before camp was taken down. Sun was actually shining and temps had risen to the 60F which was a treat for this year. Last year temps were in 80F black flys and mosquitos were terrible. So cold temps were much easier to handle than the bugs.
June 23,07 Hail at Russell
In just minutes the deck was white, crops are pounded to the ground and leaves from trees are stripped. 3 inches of rain fell in just 1/2 an hour.