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Contributors to this thread:
Glunt@work 16-Apr-20
Hawkeye 16-Apr-20
Paul@thefort 16-Apr-20
Jaquomo 16-Apr-20
PoudreCanyon 16-Apr-20
Timbrhuntr 16-Apr-20
Ziek 16-Apr-20
Jaquomo 16-Apr-20
Jaquomo 16-Apr-20
midwest 16-Apr-20
midwest 16-Apr-20
x-man 16-Apr-20
Huntingpooch 16-Apr-20
Huntingpooch 16-Apr-20
RD 16-Apr-20
Paul@thefort 16-Apr-20
gobble50 17-Apr-20
Boatman71 17-Apr-20
Sivart 17-Apr-20
Ziek 17-Apr-20
t-roy 17-Apr-20
nchunter 17-Apr-20
Jaquomo 17-Apr-20
Teeton 17-Apr-20
wkochevar 17-Apr-20
gobble50 18-Apr-20
jensbear 18-Apr-20
huntinelk 18-Apr-20
Jaquomo 18-Apr-20
t-roy 18-Apr-20
Jaquomo 18-Apr-20
From: Glunt@work
16-Apr-20

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Is always interesting here in CO.

From: Hawkeye
16-Apr-20
We are supposed to get 6-10" in Iowa over next 24 hrs

From: Paul@thefort
16-Apr-20

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Yep, 9 inches in Ft. Collins and still falling.
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Yep, 9 inches in Ft. Collins and still falling.

From: Jaquomo
16-Apr-20

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Jaquomo's embedded Photo
18" at my place, three more expected today. Fabulous turkey weather!

From: PoudreCanyon
16-Apr-20

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PoudreCanyon's embedded Photo
Yup...

From: Timbrhuntr
16-Apr-20

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Timbrhuntr's embedded Photo
Always fun out west !

From: Ziek
16-Apr-20

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Monday morning.
Ziek's embedded Photo
Monday morning.
We got about 2' on the last storm, (Sunday through Monday). And about 14" last night with no end in sight. Also lost power at about 3:45AM for 4 hours. Happy we made good use of the 60º, sunny opening day. ;-)

From: Jaquomo
16-Apr-20

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24" new now, still snowing hard. Spring in Colorado!

From: Jaquomo
16-Apr-20
Hmmm, Image edit function seems to be broken...

From: midwest
16-Apr-20
Eyad, I don't see any precip chances at all here. Must be south of Indee?

From: midwest
16-Apr-20
See it now...SW Iowa is getting slammed!

From: x-man
16-Apr-20
We escaped the last 6" snowfall the other day. We're about 40 miles north of the snow line. My last snow drift pile melted away last Saturday.

My son tagged out yesterday morning just after sun-up. A nice tom flew down right on top of his decoy set. His father-in-law tagged out yesterday afternoon. Both hunting along the east side of Big Stone Lake, MN. The lake was froze over again yesterday morning, brrr.

From: Huntingpooch
16-Apr-20
Coldest turkey hunt I have had. It was 15 degrees when I got out of my truck yesterday morning at 5:15. West Central WI

From: Huntingpooch
16-Apr-20
Coldest turkey hunt I have had. It was 15 degrees when I got out of my truck yesterday morning at 5:15. West Central WI

From: RD
16-Apr-20
It was 13 here in SE MN with snow showers adding to the 9 inches we got Sunday. A little better this morning 22.

From: Paul@thefort
16-Apr-20

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
"what the hell"
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
"what the hell"

From: gobble50
17-Apr-20

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gobble50's embedded Photo
Iowa this morning - 4/17

From: Boatman71
17-Apr-20
All that white stuff is gone! Headed to the blind here in a bit!

From: Sivart
17-Apr-20
I've had my best luck decoying turks in cold weather.

From: Ziek
17-Apr-20
I just gone done plowing and shoveling for 9 hours another 2' from this last storm. About 4' of snow since last Sunday at my place. I sure hope that's the last of it for this year!

From: t-roy
17-Apr-20
How many inches did you guys get, gobble50?

From: nchunter
17-Apr-20
I just finished a week of turkey hunting in southwestern Virginia. It was about 30 degrees each day to start and only went up to upper 40's. I only heard 2 gobbles the entire week. I saw 2 hens for a week of hunting. Last year when it was in the 40's to start the day the woods were alive with turkeys gobblings and birds singing. Not a bird anywhere I went was seen in a field or pasture. Of course my 30 degrees here may seem like the Caribbean compared to you.

From: Jaquomo
17-Apr-20
From January, 2000:

"According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.

“Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.

Good to know.

From: Teeton
17-Apr-20
Snowing here in Pa. Its night so got no pictures. Tomorrow!!

From: wkochevar
17-Apr-20
Where in the hell is East Anglia and more importantly, Who Cares!!

From: gobble50
18-Apr-20
T-Roy - we got almost 5”

From: jensbear
18-Apr-20
Today is our "Youth Day" hunt here in NJ, it is raining and cold. They had 2" of snow just a bit north of us. Tomorrow is supposed to warm up and be in the mid to upper 50's. Monday starts the first full week of hunting, hopefully the change of weather will have the birds working well.

From: huntinelk
18-Apr-20

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Northern PA 4/18

From: Jaquomo
18-Apr-20
Wkochevar, East Anglia is the repository and brain-center for virtually all "climate change" research. You should care, because many government policies that do or will affect you are generated from the biased, deeply-flawed climate models produced there by idiots like David Viner. It is where "Climategate" originated, showing how Left-wing "scientists" cherry-picked data to produce studies with predetermined outcomes that the Green New Deal revolves around.

From: t-roy
18-Apr-20
Isn’t that where Greta Thunberg goes to summer camp too, Jaq?

From: Jaquomo
18-Apr-20
She was the homecoming queen, I believe..

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