June 27, 07 Plumas area
We were at Plumas to mow grass and sort equipment and more hail but not as much. The ground was scattered with marble sized hail in minutes. These high temps and high humidity are definitely a reason for flash storms as these. A Tornado touched down just ...
JUne 4,07 Judy back at Sandy Lake
After driving 11 hours and flying 160 miles north of the last road Judy arrives back in the north.With the tent set up and wood pile cut, baits checked all is QUIET in camp.
K100D Pentax 200 yd zoom
After many trys to get a good photo of the chickadees at the feeder this one was the best. Through the glass kind of fogs it a little but I know there will be many more to come.Can you imagine the shots of the geese I will get this coming fall?
Ken and Curt Robinson,Wi
Ken, Curt, and his daughter Brooks and Scott stopped by the booth at the SCI show. Curt was looking is looking for a Cape buffalo hunt in South Africa at the Auction tonite.
Ken and Steve Burglund Mn.
Ken and Steve return for ducks and Canadas. A bit of a tough time on Canadas but ducks finally showed on last day. KEn who has hunted with us many time will be haveing his 82nd birthday in October. Not many fellows are still in the bilinds and duck ponds ...
Ken, Tim and Tom for Honkers
Last morning in the field temps dropped to low 20F and geese did not fly till after 11 and they landed near the water so only a few birds showed. The ones that did did not make it through the decoys and Ken and TIm pulled them out of the sky.
KNee boots will not cut it to get to this stand water is up over the fenders on trail and right in front of barrels a hole over 3 ft deep. No hip boots needed but you must watch where you are walking.
Apr. 17 the Ice is still on the lake but water is open a little at the edges.
Lake trout supper
While it was snowing we caught lakers off shore so enjoyed delicious a supper on night.
Thisi s the last sunset photo I captured while scouting this fall. It is a great way to end the season.
Limits Canadas and Ducks
Wednesday MOrning started with WOW look at the birds. both Rich and Jeff stopped shooting just to watch the birds fly. in just a few hours they had their limits for the day and the afternoon to relax and see some country. Rich did some combining with loca...
LImits of Canadas
Dennis , Jerry, Chris and Jake put a hurtin on the honkers.
Limits of Canadas and a couple of Ducks
Mugsy, Len and Mike put a hurten on the Canadas this morning on their last hunt in the field for this year.
Limits of Ducks
Cloudy and cold and then pouring rain but that did not stop Len and Kathy take limits of ducks on a pea field.
limits of Ducks
ON a pea field this morning the ducks responded but the geese were warry.
Luger another Pup of Jazmines
Luger went to Todd at McCreary . Wow he has turned out to be a good looking dog. When Luger left he was much darker but now he really looks like his Dad, Charlie.
Luke Bonucci, Il.
Luke's first bear hunting trip and many questions in his mind on what size, color, what to look for. where to make the shot, and all the rest a first time bear hunter thinks. Tom take Luke to the stand and Tom rebaits the site. Barrels are moved around lo...
Management sign bait
Some places we winched through snow 3 ft deep. Here we see wolf tracks in the snow. The good thing ground is froze and we can get in and out easier in these spruce bogs.
Manitoba Junior Hockey league
Dustin Huculiak, forward of Waywayseecapo Wolverines took the Un-sung hero Award at the Banquet. Dustin had been one of our billets earlier in the hockey season.
Manitoba Rehabiltation Centre
At the Rv show I got these cool photos of this Barred Owl also there was a Redtailed hawk for viewing .