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  1. Hunting Gear
    Just curious how everyone keeps their feet warm when it get really cold out there in December and January? I have waders with 1000 grams in the boot but my feet still seem to get cold. I typically wear a pair or two of wool socks. Anyone else run into this trouble?
  2. Hunting Gear
    What in your opinion is the ultimate cold weather auto. Or is there such a thing? I'm talking leaveing the gun out of the case in around 10-20 degree temps without a heater for 1- 6 hrs pulling up the gun and haveing it cycle all 3 shells like normal. Please make sure you hunt those temps...
  3. The Lodge
    due you prefer sweat and little ducks or shiverin and big ducks?it seems that at labor day,most everyone cant wait to get out and kill.public areas are so full that you cant hardly get turned around to get out.but now all of the easy birds are gone,and very few are out huntin em.i like it this...
  4. The Lodge
    Going to be cold and windy tomorrow a.m. Hope the birds are going to cooperate.
  5. Hunting Gear
    Love my patternmaster!!! Absolutely Love my Windshear sweater from Cabelas!!! Love my Mad Bomber hat!!! All are a must when the weather gets cold, not that the patternmaster does anything other than kill birds which warms my sole! :twisted:
  6. Gun Dog Forum
    What do you guys typically use to gauge what is too cold for your dog? Do you have a certain temperature, or how your dog acts?
  7. Hunting Gear
    Time to replace my cold weather gloves this year...what do you all recommend? What are the best waterproof/warmest gloves that you know of?? Thanks in advance..
  8. Hunting Gear
    My waders took a dump on me with so many damn holes and leaks in them that I can not fix so I'm looking to buy a new pair. Can you guys recommend a good pair for late season or just all around for that matter.
  9. The Lodge
    Pheasants Endure Brutal Winter, Cold Wet Spring June 24, 2008 BOONE - Iowa's hard winter and cool, wet spring made life here difficult for pheasants. Take away places to hide from the weather or predators, and to hatch young, and life gets even more challenging. "There is no question that...
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