Evan Williams - can't beat it for the price, but gives me heart burn. Jim Beam - can't pour enough Coke in it to make it drinkable. Crown Royal & Jack - great, but neither are bourbon. Makers, Knob, Woodford - all good go to's and no guest will complain. Basil Hayden - what I get when the wife wants bourbon. Maybe the most drinkable of all. Willett & Bookers - great for another $10-15 more than Basil Hayden. Journeyman Distillery "Featherbone" - EXCELLENT, but hard to get south of Indy. About $50.
On a side note, Scotch must be priced according to how much the gym socks it was filtered through cost. Just my opinion.
Lucky market in bloomington has the featherbone. Nearly bought it for my mother in law since she is a few miles from the old factory. Have to give it a shot
I did some looking around on red wolf resocking, recovery, reintroduction and only found 1 place that is or was doing this and that is in North Carolina. Looks to have been suspended in 2016 but not sure on that.
I don't believe IDNR is secrertly stocking red wolves. The last wolf confirmed in Indiana was a gray wolf found dead in east central IN in 2003. Yearling male originated from Wisconsin. I think they would have releases to inform folks on how to know the difference, protect from trapping or shooting one etc. I have been wrong many times so feel free to disagree with me!
Anything is possible but I would bet most large coyotes are just that...large yotes. Maybe some cross contamination time to time but no telling.
On such a small plot I'd do what Ty said with a couple changes...
Spray early. Spray again a couple weeks before you plan to plant. Use a broadcast seeder to spread the seed. Mow immediately after broadcasting seed.
My seed choices would differ a bit though...after my personal observations I would never personally plant any mix that didn't include turnips and radishes if deer were my primary concern.
Be easy enough to include...I was thinking long term maintenance is lower on clover plot is all but I agree 100%
OP, spraying gly onto the spot during a dry calm day will not harm the pond AT ALL. Shoot I spot spray around my apple trees and even baby plantings just being sure spray doesn't hit them....also fertilizer is going to be put down in such a small amount that any (I doubt it) that reaches the water will be so dilluted it won't harm it anyways and are natural mineral compounds anyways (not talking chemicals here).
Killing the spot is a must otherwise you will not see that great of success if any...if you want to go natural fertilizers start researching the various types of animal crap you can find around you and what it provides nutrient wise....bat guano I've read is amazing...but expensive.
Fertalizer may be natural but can be extreemly harmful to a pond. Even blowing grass clippings into a pond is bad for overall water quality
I have many friends in the Dubois Co. area and I get mixed opinions about Patoka. But, what the ALL agree on is how great West Boggs is. The lake was lowered and killed a few years ago. Apparently the crappie. red ear, and bluegill fishing is excellent.
The man is not lying. Hit it while it is hot. Lots of good pan fish. If you are into lots of short bass that is full of 12 inch bass too. I heard about it every week last year how great it is from a few coworkers.
Venison breakfast sausage. I made it for the first time this year. There will be a whole deer turned into breakfast sausage next year. Venison burgers with bacon and some with bacon and cheese ground into the mix. If I can get my lazy buddy to help out building my overtly large smoke house, they'll be smoke sausage in the mix next year.
Glyphosate is fast acting. Biggest concern is wind drift. Once it is applied not really a run off issue. And i dont think it is toxic to fish, but maybe i am wrong.
Fertalizers will run off and be death to your pond. Without knowing how close it is or the slope you are faced with it is hard to give advice. Maybe you can light appliy fertalizer on opposite end of plot. Leave filtering strips but dont kid yourself into thinking the grasses will keep fertalizer out of your pond.
The bad with a hand crank is perfect. Dont over seed. That will create too much competition and make the plants tall and wispy. You want them putting energy in bulk, at least turnips and radishes.