Jump to content


Surf and Turf

Contributor
  • Content Count

    572
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    33

Surf and Turf last won the day on April 1

Surf and Turf had the most liked content!

About Surf and Turf

  • Rank
    Super Member
  • Birthday 07/20/1967

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Grimsby
  • Interests
    Hunting, fishing, boating, drinking beer, all the fun stuff a married man can get away with.

Recent Profile Visitors

1,847 profile views
  1. Hmmm, if I had vultures circling my house Smerch I'd be concerned. Hopefully it's hanging around for your neighbour! Ha It's amazing what can see if you are attuned to nature! That would be cool to witness. Poor baby dove, you don't want to end up as Vulture crap...not a dignified ending for sure!
  2. Duncan you purchased a terrific property for deer and turkey. I shot a huge 8 point buck 2 years ago in the field adjacent to your property. Myself and a few buddies hunt the general area quite a bit. A good buddy of mine lives just down the street from you. If you want to pm me I can put you in touch with him.
  3. Maybe narrow down you question a bit. I can tell you it is heavily hunted, and surrounding private properties are heavily hunted as well. Make sure you know the park boundaries, the section you have boxed off is 1/2 km from the park. The park ends at the mud side road that runs along the east side of the park.
  4. I think we'll be fine, same with fishing.
  5. Reminds me of going to to my grandparents house house as a young kid, they had a closed in front porch that was more of a storage shed in use, lots of treasures for a young boy to rummage through. My grandfather had a few old rods like those, one had a big sinker that I managed to hit the neighbours kid in the head with, there was some blood and lots of crying but he eventually healed up. On another visit I dragged out grandpa's golf clubs and the same kid put a ball through another neighbours side window and I took the blame for it. Guess I felt bad about the sinker incident. To S
  6. Supposedly the ticks got here catching rides on waterfowl which is why the started and are worse along the north shore of Lake Erie. I believe that Deer are their primary hosts not sure about tree rats but wouldn’t be surprised. They definitely creep you out when you find one. My godson is an avid hunter and must have dragged one home with him and it ended up on his moms leg, she didn’t notice it until it was embedded and fully engorged. It didn’t go over well! Turkey hunting is the worst as you usually sit right on the ground usually tucked into some brush so lots of opportunity for
  7. Not to worry on the weather Smerch, I just found out that my boat is stuck in storage until May 1st due as they put it at the back of storage building rather than front like they were supposed too, so April is bound to be a stellar month! Argh! Ticks are scary critters, knock on wood ,the Ultra Shield has kept them at bay so far. With turkey season fast approaching will be putting it to the test soon. I think I would sooner take my chances coming down with COVID than Lyme disease.
  8. It will be nice when it warms up and everyone can start fishing reports again! LOL
  9. Hmmm, did not know that. I heard of guys using them for muskie bait. I don't think I've ever caught one even worm dunking as a kid.
  10. Do you catch them for bait or fertilizer?
  11. Sounds like an exciting outing. Don't worry. all us guys tend to overestimate the size of fish, among other things and underestimate the cost of gear and the number of beer we had when together with friends, so it all balances out in the end.
  12. Hi Tombo, not sure I can help you with destinations but saw that you used to spec fish in the same area as we did growing up. I remember drifting worms in streams you could almost jump across. Fish in the morning and shoot ground hogs in the afternoon. Good times! The most plentiful and large spec fishing I have ever seen was in Algonquin park, only did one canoe trip back in high school caught a ton of trout on spinners, wasn't into fly fishing back then.
  13. Some of my wife's colleagues that were due for their second doses last week and this week have now been postponed. Both doctors and nurses.
  14. If you are to question the science on these vaccines, the big decision to question is Health Canada's blessing to increase the time between the first and second doses to four months. That one is a totally political hail of mary due to shortage of vaccines. They are even delaying the second dose now for front line health care workers as we speak.
×
×
  • Create New...