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    Phil Lilley

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Showing content with the highest reputation on 11/25/2020 in all areas

  1. Last Sunday 11/15, I headed to Arcadia, MO to hunt with long time friend, Paul Crews. He has a nice, small spread and a "hunting cabin" in the woods. I only wanted to kill a doe. I'd take 2 if given the chance. But I didn't want to kill a buck. It was Paul's land and he was hunting a big buck. I don't care about horns. Sunday evening, Paul had me sit on the ground inside a wooded area. Saw nothing. Monday morning, we hunted the opposite corner of the woods because the wind had shifted. I sat on the ground again looking slightly down a dip -- very brushy conditions which I'm p
    10 points
  2. Travis Swift

    11/25 report

    Got here Saturday but didn't fish till Sunday. I'm down lake past the landing but wanted to let anyone know that's coming that MDC stocked off of their ramp on Tuesday morning. I grabbed my 9 year old and let her catch about 20 real quick like before spreading the word. So there should be plenty of fish in that landing area. I've not trout fished at all this trip, decided I was going to bass fish for a big one and just be away from other boats and people and enjoy the peace and quiet. I was lucky yesterday to get just what I was looking for with a 7 pound 5 ounce trout eater!
    8 points
  3. BilletHead

    Slow!

    Well good question and I didn't think anyone cared about that. More interested in the good eating Bierocks. So according to @curtisce he shot better than I did claiming he got his limit. I guess this is true as he got his limit of two allowed mallard hens. I did not do as well according to Curt's theory . I only got two mallard drakes and I was allowed four so I only got half my limit. 🤣 As for number of shots taken I'm not going to say. I think I had a better average! ha. Multiple spoonies could of been taken but we opted not to shoot at them. It was fun. Open water
    5 points
  4. This is the only picture I took. It’s off a pond I say by Monday morning.
    4 points
  5. Dutch

    Cape Fair 11/17

    I fished from 10-2 up river above Pt 15. I threw spinner baits, brush hogs, Ned Rigs and zeros. I only had 8 bites, all on zeros, and managed to catch 7 of them. However only 2 would measure. One of them was 4 1/2#. Zero colors that worked were green pumpkin, watermelon red and dirt. The water was typical James River off color and ranged from 55 to 60°.
    3 points
  6. rps

    What's Cooking?

    Duck legs have begun their 35 hour journey in the sous vide. The carcass and offal spent8 hours in another slow cooker to begin the stock.
    3 points
  7. BilletHead

    Slow!

    Bierocks go way back before Runza's. You can pretty much stuff them with about anything. We make the dough from scratch. In these are a mix of ground venison, cabbage, sauerkraut , onions, mustard , S&P, thyme, malt vinegar and beer. Good from hot to cold and in between. Egg wash on top and we topped with everything bagel seasoning. Bierock - Wikipedia
    3 points
  8. Quillback

    Drum in Norfork

    From AGFC: When in the field, we occasionally come across things that make us scratch our heads. You may recall that on September 11th, we sent an email about observing a turtle swimming across Norfork Lake. Being as it is 2020, we wanted to provide another unusual observation that occurred on Norfork Lake. Freshwater Drum, often referred to as "gaspergou," are native to Arkansas. Commonly found in large rivers, lakes, and reservoirs, drum derives its name from mature males' ability to contract a unique set of muscles that vibrate against the swimming bladder to produce a loud drum-l
    2 points
  9. curtisce

    Slow!

    I'll mostly agree with @BilletHeadon our shooting. We shot a one that was too high, missed on a long but doeable. I had the best shot of the day. Shooting from a layout blind hitting a hen that was flying behind us.I just leaned way back and shot with the gun upside down.
    2 points
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  12. HA, this furry thing is another reason to stay close to home. So ya'll I posted a question on BBC about it just to get a wider perspective. Seems like the furry ones have a convention every year, it really is a 'thing'. Someone also mentioned there are furry dressers that dress as 'Bronies' - something to do with the Little Pony movie they say. Probably should quit talking about it, I'm afraid I'll start getting furry related ads in the popups.
    2 points
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  14. I trap a little. Next time he needs some paws I’ll do 150
    2 points
  15. Flysmallie

    Stripping Basket?

    I can cast as far as I need to. It ain’t far and it ain’t pretty but it works for me.
    2 points
  16. What makes it worse is being regulated and 65 shots on a fill. This all makes tins of pellets disappear fast. The rabbit Hole is deep I hope I have wedged in there in this spot as to not fall in deeper.
    2 points
  17. ness

    Slow!

    Runza is a trademarked name for a bierock used by a restaurant chain based in NE. Made up by the founder of the restaurant. I first had a bierock in college on the late 70s made by a Mennonite woman from western KS. We also used to get them made by church ladies when we were out west for the pheasant openers. It’s generally seasoned beef, cabbage and onion inside a buttery dough pocket. They’re pretty common in KS and becoming more so. We’ve got a Runza restaurant in Lawrence. I drover over a few nights ago just for Runzas. They do a great job for a chain. Free State Brewery, also
    2 points
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  19. BilletHead

    Slow!

    Bierock! @curtisce we need a blind like @semble so we could of cooked or heated up our Bierocks
    2 points
  20. To be political correct you need to say muzzleloader season. Now I cannot get Johnsfolly trying to field dress this guy out of my mind. 🦌
    2 points
  21. Ketchup

    What happened...

    Nope, the dictionary replaced the word “white” with “privilege”.
    2 points
  22. Where do these people come from? Does this guy work and is he allowed to be in the building with his little outfit? Seriously should just stop these folks from identifying as something different. I know that I am an insensitive bast$#d but this is really just stupid.
    2 points
  23. So my oldest of 3 daughters is 15 now... as I've posted her on here before she is my tom boy and will fish her tail off with me and generally just loves the outdoors. Last year she told me she was ready to shoot a deer. Schedules were a mess, but we did end up getting to have her build her a little .300BO rifle all on her own. So we went last Wednesday to check zero on her rifle and she was doing her part and keeping them all in the ring. She was ready as far as shooting went... she's a pretty sharp marksman to boot. We headed to my buddy's property and brought along my popup
    2 points
  24. Yesterday. Warm, cloudy, river up just a bit and very slightly murky. I'd switched over my lure boxes to my winter fishing stuff the day before, and I was ready. It had been more than 4 months since my last smallmouth trip, having been in Montana all that time. I was looking forward to it. In fact, I was so excited that I put the boat in, jumped in and took off upstream...and after I'd gone several miles up the river I realized I'd left my cell phone in the truck. Didn't want to go back and get it. Oh well, I just hoped I didn't catch a huge smallmouth and not be able to photograph it!
    1 point
  25. Toby Estes

    Big Walleye

    I usually don’t post much, but I had to put a picture of my wifes walleye she caught today. We were bass fishing and she caught it on a stinkin ned! She kills me with that thing. It was 5.76 lbs on our scale. Unfortunately I didn’t have any thing to get the length. It was way past my 18 “ ruler.
    1 point
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  27. Johnsfolly

    Drum in Norfork

    @Ham might be stocking them in Norfork. You know that he likes to catch those 'gou . I like to catch them too by the way . So does Livie!
    1 point
  28. tjm

    Mussleloaders

    I always associate black powder with side locks and underhammers, percussion caps and flint, muzzle loader has lately come to be associated with modern inline, shotgun primer and pellet loads. I have zero knowledge of inlines, except they are legal and you can buy them and the substitute powder at Bass Pro. And that there are many sales people that don't know the difference between black powder and a substitute. Black powder, Goex is my powder of choice, (hard to find locally and not sold at any big stores- they only sell substitutes) Mexico, Mo. https://www.grafs.com/retail/catalo
    1 point
  29. Travis Swift

    11/25 report

    I'm still trying but that's good to know 😂
    1 point
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  31. Phil Lilley

    11/25 report

    Sorry - a bass have to be 8 pounds before we give a catch and release award out... may be next time
    1 point
  32. She's goin 40 west to 65. Thanks guys! We prefer interstate travel over anything else.
    1 point
  33. Google maps shows 40 to 65 being 5 hours and 8 minutes and 64 to 65 being 5 hours and 4 minutes. Difference in mileage is about 37 miles less taking the latter. Looks like 64 is a 2 lane highway for most of it. and there's several towns it goes through that could slow things down.
    1 point
  34. I have been most of the routes possible to get to Memphis. For a young woman traveling alone I am with Phil 40 to 65.
    1 point
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  36. How about this one?? https://in.mashable.com/culture/18346/video-of-man-dressed-as-pizza-rat-on-the-nyc-subway-goes-viral-new-yorkers-arent-surprised
    1 point
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  38. Cornfield crappie
    1 point
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  42. fishinwrench

    1992 Yamaha 25hp

    @BilletHead is the one with the fancy stuff. Mine are just little "pew-pews" compared to his! 😏
    1 point
  43. Patience. We really wanted to see what it was more than landing it. But Paul got its head in his crappie net 😀 and I helped get it in the boat.
    1 point
  44. Ketchup

    Twin Bridges 11-23

    That was my question, especially hooked in the power spot.
    1 point
  45. fishinwrench

    The Buford

    #2's for Whites, Trout & Smallmouth. 1/0 for Green bass. Don't forget to use a no-slip loop knot. Also they take a minute to get good and soggy.
    1 point
  46. My fishing buddy invited his cousin to fish the White with us one year. He shows up to Rim Shoals with a stipping basket. I had to call it out. I said do you really cast that far that you need that. I mean this dude was frail looking and short. He says he bets he can cast farther than me and I'm all over it... Well he strips out out the whole line plus a bunch of backing, makes two false casts and rips the whole thing out! I was dumbfounded. Turns out he was a member of the Golden Gate Casting club for like 30 years and man could he cast.
    1 point
  47. I tried to catch some fog...but I mist that better @ness?
    1 point
  48. Try a bright colored Y2K fly tied with chartreuse and orange. It works here on the White river below Bull Shoals during the fall spawning season we are in right now. Here is one I caught this morning on the Y2K....
    1 point
  49. Toby Estes

    Big Walleye

    Forgot to mention, she is still swimming around. We let her go.
    1 point
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