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    Posted: 17 Mar 2019 at 7:48am
No problem Cozzie, l also live in an area where hunting is part of the culture (most of it is for sport only, which l dislike personally) but if anyone else gets their arse out about it, then the 'post anything.." thread or pm's is the best place to take it.
We have had this ruckus before with Setterman l believe, but unfortunately anything involving guns and killing is not a popular topic with most and is best kept out of denimbro.
Enjoy the Leroys and make the most of your spot.

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Thanks 00, Heech, and duke, it seems I may have caused a bit of a ruckus while I was alseep last night. I apologize for that. I guess I didn’t really consider people being opposed to hunting. I live in a community where it is part of the culture.

I do have very strong opinions on our global food systems, but will leave them out of here going forward. I am very happy to have a civil discussion with anyone on here either privately via pm or openly in “post something here”.

Heech that is a great idea and will get a pic up with prepared meal and Leroy’s. I like to make things fresh not frozen, if possible, so should get something up before weeks end.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Duke Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Mar 2019 at 3:11am
Really interesting stuff Cozzie
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Thread has now been cleaned up.

Keep it to the pm's please gents, or if you want to continue this topic (which all three of us have already given a response) please go to the "post something here..." thread.

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Glad to see the thread back on track Cozzie. Nothing wrong with killing an animal for food imo (just for fun? then yes, totally wrong). Maybe your next post should be you standing next to said plated-up meal of goose whilst wearing the Leroys?
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Looks great Cozzie, if you're a meat eater there's nothing wrong whatsoever with killing and eating wild food, its much more ethical than funding intensive farming methods via the supermarket or fast food joint.
I don't think folks take enough responsibility for the death of their food when its killed by proxy and wrapped in plastic.
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Hmmm, sorry u r disappointed denimsince65. I went back through this thread and saw that a lot the the pics were of people doing things while wearing the jeans. I found that to be as interesting as the jeans themselves. Seems to tell a story of their life. I guess that was my attempt. I did kill those creatures for fun but also food. I saw lots of other pics on here of food that was once a living creature, but I guess that is different when it is all pretty on a plate and no longer resembles what it once was.
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So, some shots of creatures you killed for fun, but no pics of jeans....

Ah well.

Interesting use of the phrase "death spiral"...…………………….
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With out further ado....

Here is my first experience with old Leroy. Some friends and I went up to the Montezuma wild life refuge and went snow goose hunting. As the artic snow goose migrated back north they have a few stop over locations around where I live in upstate New York. One of the best places is the Montezuma Wild Life Refuge. Of course it is illegal to hunt them in the refuge so we set up on some farm land just outside. These geese gather in the tens of thousands over a period of a few weeks on the trip back north.

We set up decoys to attract the birds to our location as they do their daily flights from their roosting location to find food.





As in most hunting, we need to blend in with the surroundings. In this case white works very well so we wear Tyvek suits. We lay on the ground on a very low backrest to keep us up a little bit and just wait. A combination of using calls and decoys that fly in the air using the wind to get the attention of the birds passing over.





Unfortunately, I needed to cover the Leroy’s due to it being very cold and needing to wear the “camo,” but they are under there.



This old barn is super cool.



Snow goose hunting can be incredibly frustrating. Thousands of birds flew over us with hardly a glance. They fly much higher then Canadian Geese so it is a lot more difficult to gain their interest. However, when you do get a chance to take a shot it is very rewarding to get one.



We shot 4 geese in total.

Sorry about not actually having any shots of the Leroy’s it was way to cold to only have them on. I had hopes of getting some shots at the end of the day in just the jeans but it didn’t work out. Just wanted to get something up here before this thread continued its death spiral. Haha.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (2) Thanks(2)   Quote hollows Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Mar 2019 at 2:11pm
I'm proper chuffed about the state of this thread

I make things out of leather.
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