Comments for Dave Richey OUTDOORS Dave Richey is about Hunting and Fishing Sun, 11 Dec 2011 11:41:46 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3 Comment on Hoping for the right wind by Chef iron Cooker /2011/12/hoping-for-the-right-wind/comment-page-1/#comment-4365 Chef iron Cooker Sun, 11 Dec 2011 11:41:46 +0000 /2011/12/hoping-for-the-right-wind/#comment-4365 A story that all of hunters had to deal with this year, I seen a pile of deer before season, and a great early bow season to be honest. But something happened mid October, It seems as though they crawled in an old log to hide out. There is a couple weeks left and i enjoy this late season hunting, Pray for a little snow to get them up and moving again in a pattern. Years ago I use to work with your brother, that can be a mystery to solve ... lol A story that all of hunters had to deal with this year,
I seen a pile of deer before season, and a great early bow season to be honest. But something happened mid October, It seems as though they crawled in an old log to hide out. There is a couple weeks left and i enjoy this late season hunting, Pray for a little snow to get them up and moving again in a pattern.
Years ago I use to work with your brother,
that can be a mystery to solve … lol

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Comment on Firearms and common sense go together by Wayne Woolsey /2010/11/firearms-and-common-sense-go-together/comment-page-1/#comment-4353 Wayne Woolsey Wed, 07 Dec 2011 14:27:15 +0000 /2010/11/firearms-and-common-sense-go-together/#comment-4353 I agree and is why with the help of the IHEA developed the Rifle Reel and Barrel Bumper. Both are being used as training aids in Hunter ed classes. I am a small company that has dedicated itself to reduce hunting/firearm accident. My goal is to keep hunters and our heritage of hunting alive. My contact info is 479-957-5203 I agree and is why with the help of the IHEA developed the Rifle Reel and Barrel Bumper. Both are being used as training aids in Hunter ed classes. I am a small company that has dedicated itself to reduce hunting/firearm accident. My goal is to keep hunters and our heritage of hunting alive. My contact info is 479-957-5203

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Comment on Remembering a dry fly and a noted fly tier and guide. by Michael Coutts /2010/04/remembering-a-dry-fly-and-a-noted-fly-tier-and-guide/comment-page-1/#comment-4209 Michael Coutts Wed, 16 Nov 2011 02:42:05 +0000 /2010/04/remembering-a-dry-fly-and-a-noted-fly-tier-and-guide/#comment-4209 I have a short letter from Len's daughter and his grand daughters fishing license with a 1961 Michigan trout stamp attached showing the Adams Fly. I also have Len's John Hancock on a early duck stamp. Would the library be interested in a donation of these items? I read Lens daughter Edith Blackhurst lived to be over 100 years old. his grand daughter Martha Hicks still lives in the Ann Arbor area. I have a short letter from Len’s daughter and his grand daughters fishing license with a 1961 Michigan trout stamp attached showing the Adams Fly. I also have Len’s John Hancock on a early duck stamp. Would the library be interested in a donation of these items?

I read Lens daughter Edith Blackhurst lived to be over 100 years old. his grand daughter Martha Hicks still lives in the Ann Arbor area.

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Comment on Hunting Pre-Rut Bucks by Brad Walker /2009/10/hunting-pre-rut-bucks/comment-page-1/#comment-4199 Brad Walker Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:11:29 +0000 /2009/10/hunting-pre-rut-bucks/#comment-4199 Dear Dave, I have been coming to Ohio for the past 10 years and each year its thesame thing, hunting rub lines and scrapes but never actually seeing the monster that made it. So far this year I have found the biggest rubs I ever seen in my life and have hunted morning, noon, and evening till dark. My closest encouter with the beast has been when I grunted him in justat dark but was unable to see due to darkness. I am at my wits end. I have used every tactic I know of and he still seems to out wit me. Any suggestions? Dear Dave, I have been coming to Ohio for the past 10 years and each year its thesame thing, hunting rub lines and scrapes but never actually seeing the monster that made it. So far this year I have found the biggest rubs I ever seen in my life and have hunted morning, noon, and evening till dark. My closest encouter with the beast has been when I grunted him in justat dark but was unable to see due to darkness. I am at my wits end. I have used every tactic I know of and he still seems to out wit me. Any suggestions?

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Comment on Why I Love Bowhunting by Sidellann /2010/02/why-i-love-bowhunting-dave-richey-michigan-outdoors-bowhunting-arrows-broadheads-children-deer-ecstasy-tree-stands-five-senses/comment-page-1/#comment-4121 Sidellann Thu, 03 Nov 2011 04:40:16 +0000 /2010/02/why-i-love-bowhunting-dave-richey-michigan-outdoors-bowhunting-arrows-broadheads-children-deer-ecstasy-tree-stands-five-senses/#comment-4121 I have read about how much you love hunting and how good it maikes you feel. I wanted you to know you fill me with disgust. I guarantee, that, while you feel good about bow hunting, the deer suffer in earnest, dying, for you to feel good. YOu are a selfish, unwholesome, and in my opinion, detestable person who gets pleasure out of causing great suffering. Sidellann I have read about how much you love hunting and how good it maikes you feel. I wanted you to know you fill me with disgust. I guarantee, that, while you feel good about bow hunting, the deer suffer in earnest, dying, for you to feel good. YOu are a selfish, unwholesome, and in my opinion, detestable person who gets pleasure out of causing great suffering.
Sidellann

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