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    Expert johntheplinker's Avatar

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    It's tick season!

    Woohoo the ticks are back! Pulled one out of may ankle last night. Time to break out the permanone!
    Tulta munille! HAKKAA PÄÄLLE

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    Out in the woods in Owen county today we were wondering. It's been too cold yet for them but it looks like they'll be going by next weekend.
    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    Marksman

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    Found several deer ticks on me starting in February, all crawlers none stuck yet. The lonestars aren't far off, those aggressive bastards latch on wherever they can get. That is when my bite count goes through the roof.

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    Expert johntheplinker's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by yetti462 View Post
    Found several deer ticks on me starting in February, all crawlers none stuck yet. The lonestars aren't far off, those aggressive bastards latch on wherever they can get. That is when my bite count goes through the roof.
    That's what I had, a lone star. Had another one bite me on the chest yesterday. At least when those bite, you know it and hopefully get them off before any nasties get transferred.
    Tulta munille! HAKKAA PÄÄLLE

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    Sharpshooter

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    On the other hand, mushrooms are up!
    Ticks & mushrooms seem to come together in the spring...

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    Marksman

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    We have them in Charlestown already

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    INGO Homebrewer JettaKnight's Avatar

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    Tick season?


    Do I need a license for hunting those, and what loads do you use?
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    I have received and I have given. Usually at different times. But sometime at the same time.

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    Plinker Grogmister's Avatar

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    Yep, found one buried in my belly Tuesday morning. Was outside the night before but no where near tall grass or trees. Little bastards!!

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