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MIA... My bride took this pic of Fall

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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  2. Hitapair

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    Nice picture, Jack. When's the boat head to its winter shelter?
     
  3. hammer-time

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    Where's da bass boat Jack?
     
  4. Big Heap

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    This was last week in my front yard. But now the leaves are gone from the trees but the caribou are still about. Jack you take care you old fart.




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  6. jbmi

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    Starting to look like fall up here also. Just shot the last registered shoot for the year this past weekend.
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  8. biff

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    In my back yard! Biff
     
  9. Tatanka Donk

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    let me share my sunset from my back door. Don Kerce
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    biff!...do you mind if I steal this picture and paint it!?
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  11. biff

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    And another one! Biff
     
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    Trappy, go ahead. I had one of my cameras converted to Infrared only and it gives this effect with the 720 Nanometer screen. Had it done at Spencers Camera in Alpine, Utah. They explain the process and have some nice examples of what you can do with these images on their website. I'd like to see what you could do with it Trappy. Biff
     
  13. JACK

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    Wow! Nice to see you old guys taking nourishment... Our scene is from about 3-4 stories above the St Croix River. Just 100 yaards out int the river is th eMinnesota border with Wisconsin. The river is quiet now as the boat traffic is minimal till next srping. The river freezes except in front of my joint because the water is kinda swift. Just two blocks south of me the river narrows to about 150 yards wide and that is where we leave the dock. It never leaves the water. The boat goes to storage. The St Croix then joins the Mississippi. I had a bass boat when I moved here but you catch all the bass you want right off the dock. I fly and spin fish for those. The river holds all kinds of fish including Muskies and occasionally a brown trout in the spring. Have nto tried to catch a musky but I see them jump out of the water as they chase smaller fish. I have lived on the water my entire life at one place or another. But big river life, the boat traffic and such, make for non-stop stuff to see. Many large boats on the river as it is a 25 mile deep and wide navigable body of clear water. Average depth is about 50'. Many of the big boats (100 footers) are moving south now down river to the gulf or FL. If you get lucky just at freeze-up you see the migration of bald eagles as they move to warmer climes and open water for the winter. But a few stay and hunt from my cottonwood at bluff edge. We have about a 5 acre area that stays open. And during the winter hard freeze, many fish become oxygen depleted and although still alive the float to the underside of the ice and roll along until they pop out int the open water and briefly flop at the sturface. Easy pickins for the eagles. We have had 5-6 eagles at a time in our tree. The eagles are very shy. You can here them "scree" and you can look up at them briefly and they will stay. If you look for more than about 5 seconds, they leave. I have a lot of eagle pictures, but will get some new ones this winter.

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  14. Andy44

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    Must be gettin' to be Fall around here in the CA foothills also. Usually see these guys about this time of year all over our property! They use our cactus to "clean" their antlers!


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    My favorite place to fish, Lake Powell, Utah.

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    Andy, I can help you with problem your having there in your yard, just pay airfare! (LOL)
    MIA, many thanks for sharring some of those breath taking pictures as well as the descriptions that go along with them. I catch myself daydreaming during the day of a future where I can afford to pack mom, my 2 boys (8 and 7) and my little girl (5) up and head out of " The armpit of North Anerica ", New Jersey that is, and move them to God's country. I have been all over west, midwest, and up and down the east coast hunting and my wife and children can't appreciate that future like I can but I hope to change that someday. Thanks again, Jason.
     
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    Jason. I follow my bride wherever her ministry takes us. Thanks for the nice note. Jack
     
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    Alaska on a nice fall day
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  20. Frank C

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    can you spot the wackos? there were five of them settling in for the night, just below the heart shaped formation, I could not tell if they were "open carrying" or not....
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