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Randy Wieland

Interested in Predator Hunting???


Saturday March 16th & Sunday March 17th each at 11:00am I will be presenting a new seminar "Song Dogs 101" at Cabelas in Richfield, WI. Free Seminar for all and I will be available after for questions and to simply hang out in the hunting isles and talk predator hunting...or trapping...or fishing If any IDO members attend, please make it a piont to say Hi

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The ONLY thing worse than losing.........IS QUITTING!!!!!!!
Lifetime member Wisconsin Trappers Assoc.


trumar

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


Oh that that kind of "Predator Hunting"

My Bad

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"When it comes to family-Sometimes it not all about fishing" ~Trumar 2009


Randy Wieland

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


Quote:

Oh that that kind of "Predator Hunting"

My Bad



I'm not hunting for another wife!

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The ONLY thing worse than losing.........IS QUITTING!!!!!!!
Lifetime member Wisconsin Trappers Assoc.


Kooty

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


Wish I could attend.

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I was born in the 70's, grew up in 80's, made my mistakes in 90's now I'm just trying to make up for lost time.

John


Randy Wieland

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


Kooty, I'm still going to try and get both days recorded AND get it into a 3 or 4 part series to link from the hunting side. A lot of information to try to cover in just 1 hour. I have this one geared around the over-all basics. Mostly compiled from the questions I get while guiding. My forte' is the set-up and picking locations. A lot from what I learned trapping. When I think about it, I'm amazed at how much I've learned from trapping that carries into hunting and fishing

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The ONLY thing worse than losing.........IS QUITTING!!!!!!!
Lifetime member Wisconsin Trappers Assoc.


Kooty

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


The first time I "trapped" was last fall with my buddy in SD. I'm so jealous that he was able to grow up on the farm and trap most of his life. It's definitely a skill set that I believe makes us better all around outdoorsman. I know I look at everything different already. I was just talking to Dad about setting a few traps around his place. Won't be to the extent you do it, but it will be fun learning. And hopefully I rid our farm of a few more stinkin' coyotes...

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I was born in the 70's, grew up in 80's, made my mistakes in 90's now I'm just trying to make up for lost time.

John


Randy Wieland

Re: Interested in Predator Hunting???


Kooty, my best educational trappingf season was back in 2006. Took on a project about 80 miles from here and didn't have the time I needed to run a full line. I set 10 traps that I could check easily on my way to and from work. That really honed the "picking the right spot". Like my mentor had told me, "it only takes 1 correctly placed trap"

Time to hit the road, store opens at 8 today

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The ONLY thing worse than losing.........IS QUITTING!!!!!!!
Lifetime member Wisconsin Trappers Assoc.


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