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General Forum / Re: Gooserbat Coupon Code
« Last post by Remington700 on Today at 10:47:31 AM »
Sent a PM. It would not work before the promo was supposed to end.
Turkey Call Classifieds / Re: Mike Lapp Short box
« Last post by wbyman on Today at 10:43:34 AM »
That one is a looker and great combo!!!
I know nothing about the DB National Forest, but generally speaking, most of the National Forests have very specific regulations regarding off-road vehicle uses nowadays,...and that information should be readily available to you by contacting the Forest Service office that administers that NF.  I'm not sure if it is country-wide, but the National Forests in this area have free "travel maps" available that show you where you can legally go,...and what types of vehicles you can use to get there.

One of the "pet peeves" of many of us that hunt National Forests is dealing with the regular violators of Forest Service rules/regulations regarding motorized-vehicle use and off-road regulations.  Moral of this story: If you are going to recreate on National Forests (or other public lands), contact the agency in charge and find out exactly what you can legally do in terms of vehicle use.  (As an incentive to staying legal, I can tell you the NF that I regularly hunt has a fine of up to $5,000 and up to a year in jail for violating off-road regulations,...hence, it's a good idea to know what you can do or not do...   ;D )
Don't want folks thinking I want to run the woods in/on an ATV.  I don't own one, I guess my ATV would be a mountain bike at most (which I don't have either).  For me it would be driving my truck as far as I can, walking from there.  I did not see many gates like the NF where I live.   

Just lookin for some insight.   
General Forum / Re: Gooserbat Coupon Code
« Last post by mmorgan9812 on Today at 09:42:15 AM »
Same here promo ended
General Forum / Re: 3 word story
« Last post by Beards and Hooks on Today at 09:40:17 AM »
Get that buck

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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by Beards and Hooks on Today at 09:39:14 AM »

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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by NCL on Today at 09:35:19 AM »
General Forum / Re: 3 word story
« Last post by NCL on Today at 09:34:46 AM »
Gas the truck
Trumpets / Wingbones Forum / Re: Best advice for trumpet novice caller
« Last post by misfire on Today at 09:32:53 AM »
I see a lot of people who try drawing way too much air through the call, thinking that it will get louder like a mouth call. That is not where volume comes from in a suction yelper of any kind. What I like to tell a beginner is, imagine you are drinking scalding hot coffee through a coffee stirrer. If you draw too much too quickly, you will burn your mouth. But, if you draw slowly through the straw, you will not get burned. That will give you the proper amount of air needed to produce turkey sounds. Also, you need to play around with the mouthpiece in relation to where you place it on your lips. Some people have thin lips, some fat. I prefer to run my trumpets just off center where my lips are thickest. Also playing around with the depth of the lipstop until you find that happy medium. Then, practice, practice, practice
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