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Was wondering if any of you guys have heard of an American Eagle brand shotgun. It was produced sometime in the 60's. The particular gun I am looking for is a 20-GA, double-barrel (side by side). My grandfather bought the gun new. I took my my first squirrel with the gun and it has a lot of meaning to me. He let my uncle borrow the gun, and to make a long story short my uncle traded the gun in Florida. Of course I can't find the exact gun now and I'd like to find a replacement if I can't find the original. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Matt

I'd rather be huntin....
I am currently fencing in about 2 acres, 1.5 acres of woods, for a dog. I have a farm in Butler County and some cows. I have two young boys,3 and 4 years old. I want a dog for us to take around the farm with us and fishing / hunting. I don't duck hunt. I would like to take him to dove shoots and squirrel hunting with us. I want a female that I will have fixed. We want a dog to take canoeing with us and a generally good pet/hunting dog. What would be better, the yellow lab or the retriver? I will want to buy a pup late spring or summer, after turkey season. Do you know of any good bloodlines to buy from for this purpose that may have pups soon?

Thanks,
James
<font color="red"><font size="4"><font face="Trebuchet MS">Has anyone seen or heard panthers in eastern Ky??? I have seen huge cat tracks and large scat where I am hunting around Morehead. The tracks are definitely not Bobcats. Thanks... </font id="Trebuchet MS"></font id="size4"></font id="red">
Okay guys and gals,

We have a few things that we are going to giveaway to random forum members. We are going to pick the names on Friday, December 20, so we will call them Christmas gifts [:D]!

If you would like a chance to get one of the gifts just reply to this topic and let us know.

Rules: Simple ... please only reply once and do not register using different user names to try and increase your chances. We reserve the right to change the rules, changes the prizes, yadda yadda yadda ...

Right now I have 3 items, but I may be able to find some more before the drawing day.

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I am going to have to replace the treestand with a different gift ... I will let you know as soon as I find a replacement item. But the drawing will go ahead as planned

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I have found another treestand to give away. Added below!

Hunter's View Wildcat Treestand

Haydel's Cocobolo Duck Call

Mossy Oak Long Beard Turkey Vest
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Here is a good article about why we do what we do.

http://hunting.about.com/library/weekly/aa122299.htm
From my home to yours, I hope you enjoy a happy , healthy Thanksgiving with Friends and Family,
From Nathan FRisby, aka HIGHBOW
What will everyone be hunting Thanksgiving morning?
I grew up rabbit hunting Thanksgiving but have been duck hunting now for about 12 years. This year I might try rabbit hunting again unless the weather is cold and wet, then I will be at the duck pond.
I am a member of the Meade Co. High School Archery Club and we are trying to find some shoots going on around Kentucky. If anyone knows of any, please let me know.

grassblade[:)]
thought id share this with y'all
Deer/Turkey Poaching Ring Broken Up In Ohio
Ohio wildlife officers say they’ve shut down a poaching ring that centered around a Jefferson County, Ohio, deer and turkey check station with the arrests Monday morning of eight people, including the shop owners.

Keith Beebee, and Karen Beebee, owners of K&L Sports in Richmond, Ohio, were the focus of the investigation. Also cited were Ken Dorsey, Michael G. Maurer, and Brian Benner, of Bloomingdale; Curtis H. Judy, and Steven Gamron, of Richmond; and James A. Schrecengost of Cortland.

Ohio Division of Wildlife (DOW) officials say they’ve filed more than 70 counts of illegally tagging and killing wild turkeys and white-tailed deer, over-harvesting deer and turkeys, spotlighting and shooting deer outside of the state’s hunting season and tagging deer in other hunters’ names. The investigation is continuing and DOW officials say more people are involved in the poaching operation. Additional charges are expected to be filed within the next few days.


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This was sent to me so I thought I'd pass it along.


Subject: MOSES SPEAKS
For 50 years, the Harvard Law School Forum has been sponsoring speeches by
luminaries ranging from Fidel Castro to Gerald Ford to Dr.Ruth.
Sometimes the speeches have generated a bit of media coverage, sometimes
not.  But one given last month by Charlton Heston has taken on a life of its
own.

Heston, the actor and conservative activist, delivered a stem-winder to about
200 listeners about "a cultural war that's about to hijack your birthright to
think and say what resides in your heart.   "He knew he was coming to a
liberal environment, and clearly a group of his listeners was conservative
and another was more liberal," said David Christopherson, president of the
forum.  "About half respectfully challenged him during the questions.  It
generated a lot of debate around the campus.  But what happened caught us
off-guard."

What happened was Rush Limbaugh's radio talk show.  On March 15, Limbaugh
read the entire speech on the air, only to find himself bombarded with
thousands of requests for a copy of it.  The same thing happened at Harvard
Law.  "We couldn't keep up with all the requests," said Mike Chmura at
Harvard.  "It really didn't have legs and might have been forgotten if Mr.
Limbaugh hadn't decided to deliver it."

'Winning the Cultural War'
Charlton Heston's Speech to the Harvard Law School Forum, Feb 16, 1999.

I remember my son when he was five, explaining to his kindergarten class
what his father did for a living. "My Daddy," he said, "pretends to be
people."  There have been quite a few of them. Prophets from the Old and New
Testaments, a couple of Christian saints, generals of various nationalities
and different centuries, several kings, three American presidents, a French
cardinal and two geniuses, including Michelangelo.  If you want the ceiling
repainted I'll do my best.  There always seem to be a lot of different...
Didn't really know where to post this guy, but I think it's rather unique. BTW, he didn't come to a whistle [:D]

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Dang i have been sitting here waiting on someone to post about Art Lander's article in the sunday Herald Leader titled: "Cost of Nature, wildlife management areas examine user fee"!!!! Two of kentuckys largest wma's, central kentucky wma and western kentucky wma have a combined maintenance cost of more than $300,000 a year!!! LKS president " we don't think it's fair that hunters and fishermen should have to bear the entire cost of the upkeep and maintenance of state wildlife management areas." AMEN brother! make the horse back field trialers pay to mow Central. "licensed trappers, hunters, fisherman and boaters would be exempt....we know there are alot of issues that will need to be resolved" ....." the cost should be about the same as the cost of a fishing and hunting license, ballpark figure about $20"

this sounds fair to me! if out of state trialers can afford to trailer in 20 dogs to run in a field trial and pay entry fees they can pay a user fee to have the privelage of usage of "our" wma.

looking forward to hearing responses from the masses!
your friend forever----JIMMY NEUTRON
BTW I like the signs at Central!! hmmm wonder why those were put up???
yesterday i was buying some 30-30 shells and i usually buy 150gr.powerpoint and i acadiently bought 30-30 170gr. power point i no there is know problem threre but i was wondering if a 170 gr will shoot harder or farther than a 150gr