Big game hunting – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 07:43:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Big game hunting – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 Mule deer trapping conducted by Fish and Game biologists to help assess winter survival https://peet-corso.cz/mule-deer-trapping-conducted-by-fish-and-game-biologists-to-help-assess-winter-survival/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 03:21:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/mule-deer-trapping-conducted-by-fish-and-game-biologists-to-help-assess-winter-survival/ Fish and game biologists in the Magic Valley area are spending time this winter bonding mule deer and fawn to assess their survival over the coming winter months. Biologists need the data provided by GPS collars to make informed recommendations to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission, which sets upcoming hunting seasons. After capture, deer […]]]>

Fish and game biologists in the Magic Valley area are spending time this winter bonding mule deer and fawn to assess their survival over the coming winter months. Biologists need the data provided by GPS collars to make informed recommendations to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission, which sets upcoming hunting seasons.

After capture, deer are blindfolded to calm them while data is collected

Using statistical models, biologists will analyze data collected by GPS collars to estimate how many animals survived the winter.

A GPS collar and ear tags are placed on all deer captured during the capture project

Mule deer trapping operations involve a helicopter driving deer into a trap net where data is collected to monitor seasonal movements, body condition, and ultimately long-term survival. Once in the nets, deer can be quickly processed by placing a collar around their neck, ear tags placed in both ears, measuring leg length to determine growth rates and weight.

A helicopter brings mule deer into the catch nets

Females may have blood drawn to determine pregnancy and, time permitting, an ultrasound may be performed on the animal’s hindquarters to determine fat thickness which correlates with its condition. general health.

All mule deer are weighed before being released to measure their state of health

Trapping is usually done in the winter when big game is herded into low-lying wintering grounds.

A mule deer fawn before capturing it in large nets

Data from GPS collars helps biologists make recommendations in years when winter survival is low and hunting seasons may need to be adjusted to reduce the impact on populations in the fall. Similarly, if overwinter survival is high, these same biologists may recommend to the Fish and Game Commission to provide more hunting opportunities due to the greater number of animals in the landscape.

A mule deer doe rushes into a catch net with Department personnel hiding in sagebrush

The large mesh of the net coupled with the freely hanging net ensures a safe capture of the deer

The catching team tries to move a mule deer out of the net area before it is released

Mule deer released after receiving new GPS collar and earrings

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Western Montana hunters question statewide proposals https://peet-corso.cz/western-montana-hunters-question-statewide-proposals/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 16:13:05 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/western-montana-hunters-question-statewide-proposals/ Hunters only have a few days left to let Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks know if they want the big season changes offered for at least the next two years. The FWP commission will vote on the final hunting changes at its Feb. 4 meeting, but it passed a few top-down requirements a month ago […]]]>

Hunters only have a few days left to let Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks know if they want the big season changes offered for at least the next two years.

The FWP commission will vote on the final hunting changes at its Feb. 4 meeting, but it passed a few top-down requirements a month ago that have regions scrambling. Since then, regional biologists have been trying to incorporate the new requirements into their proposals and meet with hunters for feedback before the Jan. 21 deadline.

That leaves only two weeks for the two biologists remaining in Region 2 to finalize the hodgepodge of changes. Wildlife manager Mike Thompson retired two weeks ago.

“The sooner you can submit feedback, the better. It just helps us as we work hard to read all of this and try to incorporate it into any adjustments,” Region 2 spokesperson Vivica Crowser said during Thursday’s online meeting. evening.

Thursday’s meeting was posted on FWP’s YouTube site on Tuesday, a few days late because the technician who had the recording was unavailable, Crowser said.

Region 2 Commissioner Jana Waller was out of state and unable to attend.

During the meeting, biologists Rebecca Mowry and Liz Bradley said they had withdrawn some of their original deer and elk proposals made in early October – mostly dealing with district boundaries – based on feedback from hunters that they had received. Mowry said Region 2 received more public comment than any other.

But they were forced to make changes based on statewide decisions the FWP committee passed late in the game at its Dec. 14 meeting, adding to the rushed and disorganized process.

The commission gave initial approval for the elimination of a “bundled” license allowing archers to hunt anywhere in a dozen districts. Requested by residents of eastern Montana and approved a decade ago, the permit was once easy to obtain. But its popularity has grown, so some archers are locked out.

However, FWP management also arbitrarily combined this proposal with a requirement that any hunter, archery or rifle, who held a bull elk license, would be restricted to hunting in a single district. Without this limitation, hunters would be able to hunt in their license district and in other districts with enough elk for which licenses are not required.

This limitation was proposed to favor landowners in eastern Montana. In Region 2, Mowry said he gets a lot of pushback, especially from those hunting District 270 east of Darby.

One hunter, Alan, said it penalized hunters in western Montana for no good reason.

“What is the biological reason behind our ban on hunting in other parts of the state? said Alan. “A lot of 270 elk hunting is weather driven. If the weather isn’t good — like it wasn’t last year — we won’t be able to hunt anywhere else in the state. It’s just silly.

Another last-minute, statewide proposal would require FWP to offer over-the-counter B-tags — elk cow tags — for any district where the elk population exceeds double the goal. Killing the females helps reduce the population, but hunters point out that the population goal is a made-up number based on a 16-year-old management plan. Montana has changed significantly over the past 16 years.

Again, this general proposition might be good in central Montana but causes problems in Region 2. For example, the elk population in District 260 – which covers the river bottom lands along the river Bitterroot and Clark Fork River between Missoula and Ninemile – is 316% above target. But it’s almost all private land and quite suburban. So in the past it was limited to archery to keep bullets from flying through windows.

“There was some vagueness (in the proposal) about the weapons, so we assumed it would still be just archery,” Mowry said. “(The requirement) is something to put in 260 that wasn’t intended for 260 – we already have options there. So we really hope we don’t have to keep that, that’s something that we can exempt.”

Some hunters are concerned about the elimination of permits for mule deer by the seat. Instead of permits, the FWP will allow any hunter with a general permit to kill mule deer in specified districts, but the season will only last three weeks, instead of five weeks or more.

But mule deer are far less wary than white-tailed deer during the rut — their breeding season — which overlaps with the hunting season. Hunters fear the bucks are being over-hunted, especially with so many other hunters flooding western Montana.

Mowry said allowing an open season in the Northern Sapphire Range, where mule deer numbers are declining, could actually reduce hunter pressure. Hunters who had mule deer permits were forced to stay in sapphires, but now they can go anywhere.
“We have stable or declining trends (with mule deer). So the permit may not be doing much to limit the harvest,” Mowry said. “That is of course something that we will also pay a lot of attention to.”

Biologist Liz Bradley said that wasn’t a problem northwest of Missoula, where steep mountainous terrain provides more safety for mule deer, so the harvest has remained stable.

Besides the deer and elk regulations, hunters comment on several other proposals that have raised eyebrows due to their lack of scientific or ethical support, including the use of air rifles to shoot turkeys. Politics appears to be in play in Region 1, where the only district where black bear season will be extended until June 1 is the district where Region 1 Commissioner Pat Tabor is an outfitter.

FWP biologists and bird hunters are strongly opposed to a proposal to extend the season for pheasants, grouse and huns by a month until January 31. A guide near Glendive said hunters don’t need a five-month birding season and neither do birds in central and eastern Montana, which is experiencing the worst drought conditions since the mid- 80 years.

Emergency grazing has been allowed on conservation farmland, so winter cover and food for upland birds has been drastically reduced.

Contact journalist Laura Lundquist at lundquist@missoulacurrent.com.

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Jerod Mayo interviewed for Las Vegas Raiders head coach job https://peet-corso.cz/jerod-mayo-interviewed-for-las-vegas-raiders-head-coach-job/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 22:22:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/jerod-mayo-interviewed-for-las-vegas-raiders-head-coach-job/ New England Patriots inside linebackers coach Jerod Mayo has been in short supply this year as several teams seek new head coaches. The Denver Broncos have already pushed to interview the former Pro Bowler. Now comes this news by Ian Rapoport of NFL Media stating that the Las Vegas Raiders have asked to interview Mayo […]]]>

New England Patriots inside linebackers coach Jerod Mayo has been in short supply this year as several teams seek new head coaches. The Denver Broncos have already pushed to interview the former Pro Bowler.

Now comes this news by Ian Rapoport of NFL Media stating that the Las Vegas Raiders have asked to interview Mayo for their head coach’s opening.

This is a rather interesting development in Vegas given that interim head coach Rich Bisaccia led the Raiders to a 7-5 record and a surprise playoff appearance after Jon Gruden resigned five games in the season.

After the Raiders’ AFC Wild Card Playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the players came out in favor of Bisaccia as a full-time head coach. However, his aides have been kept in the dark since said loss, suggesting owner Mark Davis will be chasing a big name.

Related: Top NFL Head Coach Candidates This Cycle

Jerod Mayo as Head Coach Candidate

August 29, 2019; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots linebackers coach Jerod Mayo watches the action during the second half against the New York Giants at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

A star linebacker for the Patriots from 2008 to 2015, Mayo earned two Pro Bowl appearances and won a Super Bowl during his time in New England. The former Tennessee first-round pick has since made a transition to the sidelines.

Mayo, 35, has been the Patriots’ inside linebackers coach since 2019, coaching Dont’a Hightower and other Stallions defensemen during that time.

That said, it’s somewhat surprising that he’s already considered a hot head coaching candidate with just three seasons under his belt as a positional coach. That’s a pretty big rise through the coaching ranks in an NFL that generally values ​​experience.

There’s definitely a reason why several teams are interested in Jerod Mayo as head coach. He is highly respected in the NFL world. Working under Bill Belichick also played a role in this.

“Bill has been great with us,” Mayo said recently. “He’s been an open book for me, whether we’re talking about X and O, or structuring a team, or something like that. He was great.

Related: 5 Key Decisions For The Las Vegas Raiders This Offseason

Las Vegas Raiders head coach and general manager search

November 15, 2020;  Paradise, Nevada, USA;  Las Vegas Raiders general manager Mike Mayock before a game against the Denver Broncos at Allegiant Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee - USA TODAY Sports
November 15, 2020; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Las Vegas Raiders general manager Mike Mayock before a game against the Denver Broncos at Allegiant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee – USA TODAY Sports

Rapoport also reported that the Raiders are likely to ask to interview Indianapolis Colts executive Ed Dodds for their general manager job.

This is also interesting in that Mike Mayock remains under contract after finding himself in the hot seat ahead of the 2021 season. players before resigning in disgrace.

As for Dodds, he’s currently assistant general manager for the Colts under Chris Ballard and has served in that position since ack in 2018. It’s the same front office that added a ton of key contributors to the draft, including All-Pros Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard in 2018.

It’s going to be intriguing to see how this whole situation unfolds. Even before securing a playoff berth, reports suggested Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh could be a candidate for the Raiders’ head coach job. Right now, it looks like Mark Davis is going big game hunting. Whether that means adding Jerod May to the mix as the team’s next head coach remains to be seen.

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Sidewalks need to be maintained for people to use them | Letters to the Editor https://peet-corso.cz/sidewalks-need-to-be-maintained-for-people-to-use-them-letters-to-the-editor/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/sidewalks-need-to-be-maintained-for-people-to-use-them-letters-to-the-editor/ The idea described in the editorial (“When it snows, it’s time to clear the sidewalks,” Our View, January 4) that sidewalks are considered transportation corridors in a Michigan community is how Santa Fe could also view its walkways as essential to the economy and the health of the community. In my community of Tierra Contenta, […]]]>

The idea described in the editorial (“When it snows, it’s time to clear the sidewalks,” Our View, January 4) that sidewalks are considered transportation corridors in a Michigan community is how Santa Fe could also view its walkways as essential to the economy and the health of the community. In my community of Tierra Contenta, many sidewalks are cluttered with parked vehicles, overgrown bushes and weeds, basketball nets, garbage cans, and snow and ice after a storm. I walk regularly and see a diversity of residents walking as well, including families with strollers and young children on toys and older people using canes or even a wheelchair.

The biggest problem with sidewalks is the underlying construction oriented towards the walkways that the sidewalk passes. Many sidewalks dip sideways when crossing a driveway. This means that children on bikes or scooters, in strollers and cane users are all forced to cross a potentially dangerous angle. I find it so uncomfortable that I walk down the street. Pedestrian safety and convenience should be primary drivers of sidewalk design, and much more could be done to educate homeowners on their responsibilities to keep sidewalks clear. Tierra Contenta’s sidewalks are indeed transportation highways to parks, a library, schools, bus stops, and daily walks for people who enjoy the benefits of walking outdoors. But sidewalks are often difficult to negotiate, reducing the number of people willing or able to use them.

New Mexico has a rich hunting and angling heritage that connects community members to nature and the outdoors. For generations, Hispanic families have relied on wildlife as a sustainable source of food, and hunting and angling are cultural traditions that strengthen our relationship with the land. We express our gratitude to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fisheries for publishing the Hunting Information and Rules Booklet in Spanish, allowing for increased participation in hunting and fishing and enabling Spanish-speaking New Mexicans to continue practicing a centuries-old tradition that puts food on the table.

As the state with the highest per capita population of Hispanic residents and with the highest percentage of Spanish speakers, the translation of the Official Rules and Regulations Booklet prioritizes fairness, equity, and justice. inclusiveness. It also provides a level playing field for community members wishing to apply for big game hunts, while helping to mitigate misinterpretations of the rules on and off the field. Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting and the Outdoors (HECHO) is proud to have participated in the review process and will continue to work with the Department of Game and Fisheries to ensure complete Spanish translations of all rules publications.

Senior Field Coordinator, HECHO

Green New Mexico is prosperous New Mexico. Ask your representatives to support the New Mexico Green Amendment – it’s the best way to protect our beautiful natural resources and our most vulnerable populations, while ensuring the continued prosperity of the people of New Mexico.

Likewise, don’t put up with the oil and gas industry’s latest scam, blue hydrogen. We no longer need ties to this dangerous industry. Let’s move on to wind and solar. That’s what people want. Invest now in a just transition to clean energy. To quote our MP, Teresa Leger Fernández: “Ahora es cuando!” We do not have time to lose.

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Obviously, Trader Joe’s does not require masks – only recommends them and will offer a mask to an unmasked customer. Employees will not confront or refuse service. After checking out, I spoke to a manager to point out that like many older people, I shop on Wednesday mornings. I also pointed out to him the number of old people in the store. I suggested the store might have a more visible and explicit “masks required” notice at the front door. He was offended by my suggestions and responded by saying, “You don’t tell me how to run my store.” I pointed out that everyone shopping, except for one person, was masked. And the person without the mask was actually smiling. It only takes one person to spread the virus, and our numbers are already on the rise.

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Fantasy Football Ranking, Wild Card Weekend 2022: Proven model says start Josh Jacobs, sit Hunter Henry https://peet-corso.cz/fantasy-football-ranking-wild-card-weekend-2022-proven-model-says-start-josh-jacobs-sit-hunter-henry/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:17:42 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/fantasy-football-ranking-wild-card-weekend-2022-proven-model-says-start-josh-jacobs-sit-hunter-henry/ The 2022 NFL Playoffs kick off on Saturday, and the owners have plenty of decisions to make before finalizing their fantasy football rankings. This includes quarterbacking, where the right starting decisions in fantasy football can make or break your results. With Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen, Joe Burrow and many more available, […]]]>

The 2022 NFL Playoffs kick off on Saturday, and the owners have plenty of decisions to make before finalizing their fantasy football rankings. This includes quarterbacking, where the right starting decisions in fantasy football can make or break your results. With Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen, Joe Burrow and many more available, anyone choosing a quarterback has a tough decision to make.

A reliable set of Wild Card Weekend Fantasy Football Rankings can help you optimize your roster at a time when players need every point. In the first year of a new playoff format that features more games and more options for fantasy football picks, making the right decisions at every position is critical. Before you lock in your Wild Card Weekend Fantasy Football picks, be sure to check out the Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings from SportsLine’s proven computer model.

When it comes to player rankings, SportsLine’s model has beaten human fantasy football experts over the past few seasons, especially when there were large differences in rankings. Over the course of a season, it could literally be the difference between winning your league or going home empty-handed.

Last week, the model was extremely high on Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny, ranking him among the top 15 players at his position. The result: Penny rushed 23 times for 190 yards and a touchdown. Anyone who had him in their roster was on course for a huge week.

Now the model, who simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has revealed his 2022 NFL Wild Card Weekend Fantasy football rankings. Head over to SportsLine now to see them.

Top 2022 NFL Playoff Fantasy Football Picks

One player the role model is being raised on this week: Raiders running back Josh Jacobs. The Las Vegas Raiders running back hasn’t slowed down in his third year in the league and is coming off two 100-yard performances in his previous three games. Against a Bengals defense that showed vulnerabilities against the run, Jacobs has his chance to shine in the Raiders’ first playoff appearance since 2016.

Jacobs is one of the top four options in SportsLine’s Wild Card Weekend Fantasy Football RB rankings. Even with Derek Carr piloting an effective passing offense, the Raiders trusted Jacobs. He’s had at least 15 carries in his last four games, including two games of at least 25.

And a huge shocker: Patriots tight end Hunter Henry, who tied for the league lead among NFL tight ends in touchdown catches and finished No. 7 among TEs, stumbles big and doesn’t not even rank in the top 10 at his position.

Henry signed with the Patriots as a free agent this offseason and started his season slow, but eventually caught seven touchdowns in seven games. However, he’s only caught two touchdowns in six games since, and both came in a Week 15 loss to the Colts. Expect New England to focus on establishing the run and Henry battling a stingy Bills defense against which he has had just one hold in two games.

How to Set the 2022 NFL Wild Card Weekend Fantasy Football Rankings

The template also calls for an under-the-radar running back to finish in the top five of their fantasy football rankings, ahead of fullbacks like Leonard Fournette and Ezekiel Elliott. This choice could mean the difference between winning big and going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here.

So who should you start and sit on this week? And what surprising ball carrier could lead you to victory? Visit SportsLine now to get NFL playoff fantasy football rankings for every position, and see which QB will come out of nowhere to crack the top three, all from the model that outplayed the pundits in big time.

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North Carolina man cited for hunting violations after crash :: WRAL.com https://peet-corso.cz/north-carolina-man-cited-for-hunting-violations-after-crash-wral-com/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 19:19:45 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/north-carolina-man-cited-for-hunting-violations-after-crash-wral-com/ By the associated press LEWISVILLE, North Carolina – A North Carolina man is charged with several hunting offenses after an accident last week in which a woman was shot in the chest with an arrow while shooting her a bow, authorities said. The Winston-Salem Journal reports that the NC Wildlife Resources Commission said Noah Foster […]]]>

– A North Carolina man is charged with several hunting offenses after an accident last week in which a woman was shot in the chest with an arrow while shooting her a bow, authorities said.

The Winston-Salem Journal reports that the NC Wildlife Resources Commission said Noah Foster Herrin, 19, and Kaitlin Marie Jones, 18, were descending from a tree on a plot of land near Lewisville on Friday when Herrin handed over a crossbow loaded with an arrow. to Jones.

During the transfer, the arrow was released and hit Jones in the chest, according to the report. She remains hospitalized.

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office ruled the shooting was accidental and said it would not lay any charges related to the shooting.

North Carolina wildlife law enforcement officer Brandon Lyon said Herrin was accused of hunting deer during the closed portion of the season for his activities at the tree stand. He is also charged with four other hunting offenses based on previous activities, including hunting without a license and hunting big game without a license.

The most recent deer season for archery ran from September 11 to November 5 of last year. Herrin will appear in court in March, Lyon said.

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10 villains who must make an appearance, according to Reddit https://peet-corso.cz/10-villains-who-must-make-an-appearance-according-to-reddit/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/10-villains-who-must-make-an-appearance-according-to-reddit/ Insomnia games ” Spider Man, released on PS4 (and re-released on PS5) in 2018 was a revolutionary moment in Spider-Man gaming history. Formerly heralded as a revolutionary in the field of comic book video game adaptations through entries such as Spider-man 2 on the PS2, recent Spider-Man games have failed to capture the magic of […]]]>

Insomnia games ” Spider Man, released on PS4 (and re-released on PS5) in 2018 was a revolutionary moment in Spider-Man gaming history. Formerly heralded as a revolutionary in the field of comic book video game adaptations through entries such as Spider-man 2 on the PS2, recent Spider-Man games have failed to capture the magic of the web-slinger, losing ground to games like Batman: Arkham Asylum.

RELATED: Insomniac’s Spider-Man 2: 10 Things From The Original That Can Be Improved

Praised across the board for its flawless gameplay, storyline, and characters, the game truly captures the veracity of what it means and feels like Spider-Man. Another great admiration for the game was its collection of villains drawn from Spider-Man’s rogue gallery, including Doc Ock, Electro, Mr. Negative, and Scorpion, to name a few. With Spider-man 2 officially announced, with the confirmation that Kraven and Venom will appear, there has been a lot of speculation and passion among Redditors about what other Spidey villains they want to see in the sequel.

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Green Goblin Who Laughs in Spider-Man

Spider-Man’s most iconic villain and nemesis, fans of Spider Man on Reddit have claimed to see what Insomniac Games is doing with the character. Already introduced to the original game as mayor of New York City, Norman Osborn was a key character in the creation of two of the game’s great villains: Doc Ock and Mr. Negative.

Osborn’s descent into the character of Green Goblin is something almost every fan of the show wants. The only point of disagreement stems from whether this should happen in the second entry in the series or in the third. Redditor CaptVenkman speculates that “Green Goblin will be the main villain in Game 3 of the Finals.”


Lizard


Lizard prepares to attack Spider-Man.

Another popular choice among Redditors for the bad guys they want to appear in Spider-man 2 is Dr. Curt Connors’ reptilian alter ego, The Lizard. Having been introduced to the post-credits scene of Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS5, fans are now hoping that the big-name villain will appear in the sequel.

RELATED: 10 Best Villains In Marvel’s Spider-Man Game, Ranked

Much of the speculation regarding the character has to do with another already confirmed villain: Kraven the Hunter. A deleted Redditor wonders if “the lizard will likely end up needing to be rescued and fought because it will likely be hunted by the kraven.” Knowing about Kraven’s infamous reputation for hunting big game creatures, this certainly seems like a big possibility.


Mysterio


Quentin Beck aka Mysterio Costume with Helmet

A Spidey villain who has appeared in several video games as our hero’s antagonist, most recently as the main villain in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, Mysterio is a popular villain pick among Redditors.

Fans have already pointed out how Mysterio’s abilities could translate into the game, with Infinite_Addiction_46 commenting “Mysterio’s missions could be like Scorpion’s poison but more trippy.” These mind-blowing missions from the original game (heavily influenced by the game’s Scarecrow missions Arkham series) were noteworthy, and seeing something similar with Mysterio would give the developers space to do something visually creative.


Spider killers


J Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Slayer costume.

Created by Spencer Smythe, with financial support from J. Jonah Jameson, in the comics, the appearance of the Spider-Slayers in Spider-man 2 would create another kind of powerful enemy for our hero to fight. TheeGooDollyPartons claims he would be “quite shocked if we didn’t see the Slayers appear in the sequel”.

An appearance by the Spider-Slayers would also be a perfect opportunity to bring J. Jonah Jameson into the story more directly, unlike his presence in the original game, which was only on radio.

Spectrum


Wraith wielding his sword in the comics

An unknown villain / antagonist to many Spider-Man fans, and a newcomer to the Spider-Man pantheon of antagonists spanning over 50 years. Yuri Watanabe’s vigilante counterpart, Wraith, was teased in the Spider Man expansion pack The city that never sleeps, and his descent into the character of Wraith is something Redditors really want from the sequel.


As Crafty_Breakfast3593 points out, it would be “a sad and stupid mistake not to continue its story”. Having one of Peter’s closest allies and confidants from the original game become the enemy would be fantastic for Peter’s story and character development.

Carnage


Carnage attacks Spider-Man in Marvel Comics.

With confirmation via the first trailer for the game that Venom will feature, there has been an inevitable chorus that followed across the internet as to whether this would signal a Carnage appearance. Fans often present Carnage as one of their most beloved characters, mostly due to its unique terrifying design.

The editors doubt that Carnage will serve as the main villain for the game, but want to see the character appear in DLC content at a minimum. Tellmeabouthebow says “Hey, I think if Carnage shows up, he should just be the DLC villain.” After many felt that the character was not given the prominence or attention he deserved in Venom: let there be carnage, it would be interesting to see what the Insomniac creative team could do with the character.


Sand seller


Sandman in Spider-Man 3

One of the oldest villains in the Spider-Man myth, first appearing in 1963, Flint Marko has appeared in various mediums related to Spider-Man, most recently in Spider-Man: No Path Home. In many different subtitles relating to Spider-man 2, fans all seem to want Sandman to appear in a sequel to some title, whether as a side villain or as DLC.

RELATED: 10 Hardest Boss Fights In The Marvel Spider-Man Games

Many Redditors have pointed out that a boss battle with Sandman would be amazing and “a great way to showcase the graphics capabilities of the PS5,” as SpciyJuul said.

Morbius


Jared Leto in Morbius

With an upcoming appearance in his live-action solo debut increasing the character’s popularity and notoriety, Morbius was a name frequently cited among Redditors as a villain they’d like to see. As Varon_DiStefano comments “I would love to see a surprise like Morbius”.

Given Kraven’s presence in Spider-man 2 and Harry Osborn’s unknown health in the series, there are many ways that Michael Morbius’ vampire counterpart could be incorporated into the series.

Chameleon


Spider-Man Chameleon

Spider-Man’s oldest nemesis in the comics, Chameleon is a master of disguise and deception. Half-brother of Kraven the Hunter (whose presence in Spider-man 2 has already been established), Chameleon would be an ideal candidate to appear as a villain in the game.

As many Redditors have pointed out, Chameleon, despite being Spider-Man’s very first opponent, has been largely overlooked in Spider-Man media, having no appearances in live-action movies and a only notable appearance in a Spider-Man video game. The Incredible Spider-Man 2. In hotice1229’s view, Chameleon “has always had potential, at least I think he’s one of Spidey’s biggest enemies.”

Central pivot


Menacing Kingpin wearing his costume in Devil's Reign promo art

The only entry on this list that was already in the original game. However, that hasn’t stopped fans of the game from hoping that the Crime Lord will return in his sequel in a bigger role. Introducing the first mission and the first boss battle in the original game, Kingpin largely disappears from the proceedings after that, but his presence is felt offscreen.

Most Redditors agree that it will come back to some extent, as TheAdvancedSpidey comments “it is definitely coming back in a parallel scenario at the very least”. Kingpin’s grip on the city definitely weakened during the original game as rival gangs such as the Demons and private security contractors Sable International took control of the city after his imprisonment. Spider-man 2 could feature Kingpin’s triumphant return to New York City and his attempts to relinquish control.

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New youth hunting license for the coming seasons | Sports https://peet-corso.cz/new-youth-hunting-license-for-the-coming-seasons-sports/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/new-youth-hunting-license-for-the-coming-seasons-sports/ The cat is out of the bag for the 2022-2023 hunting seasons, and with it the biggest change for young hunters in our state’s hunting history. For years, kids 15 and under didn’t need a permit to venture into woods, fields, swamps and marshes. But, on July 1, hunters 17 and under will be required […]]]>

The cat is out of the bag for the 2022-2023 hunting seasons, and with it the biggest change for young hunters in our state’s hunting history.

For years, kids 15 and under didn’t need a permit to venture into woods, fields, swamps and marshes.

But, on July 1, hunters 17 and under will be required to have a “valid and original youth (hunting) license” to pull the trigger or drop a bow on the dozen or more species allowed to be captured in Louisiana.

This is a $ 5 license and results from the new recreational and commercial license fees adopted by the state legislature in 2021. The license will come with tags for deer and turkey, and the new regulations will apply to trapping and eligibility for juvenile lottery hunts in up to 12 Wildlife Management Areas in the next season.

Young fishermen will not have the same price. They will be able to practice their sport without a license. Better yet, the legislature ultimately established a non-resident Aboriginal son / daughter fishing license to accompany the long-established hunting license covering the same people.

This new license lasts 10 days and will cost $ 17 each for basic and saltwater licenses. There is also a new $ 5 “bank” license that covers fishing and crabbing.

Another big change is coming for deer and turkey hunters (for the 2023 season). The new regulations allow hunters to use electronic tags to record deer and turkeys captured in the field. Paper tags will be available, but this move will give hunters the freedom to find a supplier for these paper tags.

The proposal said the move “would allow hunters to have either a photo of their tags or electronic tags while hunting to be legal” for the deer and turkey seasons.

Most of the other changes for the coming season have come from adding or removing seasons to the system of large wildlife management areas and fisheries.

A good thing is that after years of changes, there doesn’t appear to be any change in season dates or bag limits on federal lands in the state.

Additionally, other than calendar dates, there appears to be no change in resident game structures, not in migratory bird and waterfowl seasons.

Here is an abbreviated list of the state changes for managers in the WMA Wildlife Division proposed at Thursday’s meeting of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission:

  • Addition of 15 days to the archery season for deer on the WMA of Tunica Hills;
  • Establish a limited use area on Bodcau WMA to provide a safety zone around the Bodcau shooting range;
  • Addition of a day for deer hunting of both sexes with primitive firearms on Camp Beauregard WMA, and a day of lottery turkey hunting for young people on Clear Creek WMA;
  • Changing deer hunting days for both sexes and primitive firearms to silver hunts in Maurepas Swamp and Joyce’s WMAs;
  • Elimination of the seven-day deer gun season on the WMA Potato due to “… concerns about declining deer populations”.
  • Prohibit fishing, crab and net fishing or any other activity or intrusion on the water regulation structures on the AGR Pointe-Aux-Chênes;
  • Require a permit for campers on WMAs.

Full season changes and proposed regulations can be found on the Wildlife and Fisheries website: wlf.louisiana.gov/resources/category/commission-action-items

Anyone concerned can make public comments until 4 p.m. March 3 at Tommy Tuma, LDWF Wildlife Division, PO Box 98000, Baton Rouge, LA. 70898-9000 or by e-mail: ttuma@wlf.la.gov

Public comments will be gathered at the Fisheries and Wildlife Commission meetings on February 3 and March 3 in Baton Rouge.

LDWF officials are to hold public meetings about the seasons and the rules. With the continued spread of COVID, these public meetings will likely be held via Zoom. The announcement will come at the committee’s February meeting.

snapper

The latest tally from our state’s LA Creel monitoring system is that recreational fishermen caught 813,386 pounds of red snapper through December 26. This represents 99% of the 816,439 pound allotment of 2021. The season ended on December 31st.

First tournament

Ryan lavigne announced the first major bass tournament of the year in southern Louisiana on February 5. This is the annual Pick-your-Partner Fishing for Tucker event scheduled for Doiron’s Landing in Stephensville.

The sponsor, Ascension Area Anglers, set an entrance fee of $ 100, the proceeds of which were donated to the family of Tucker Townsend, a youth battling a mitochondrial disorder.

Lavigne said fishermen should stay north of US 90 and understand the open waters of the Atchafalaya and Verret Basins.

You can call Lavigne at (225) 921-9332 or visit the tournament website: fishingfortucker.com


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“Where’s my heart”: how two DHS alumni shared the hunt of their lives https://peet-corso.cz/wheres-my-heart-how-two-dhs-alumni-shared-the-hunt-of-their-lives/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 23:32:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/wheres-my-heart-how-two-dhs-alumni-shared-the-hunt-of-their-lives/ The Outdoor Adventure Foundation is a Fargo-based charity. They organize trips for young people with cancer and other illnesses, as well as injured veterans. Fight cancer Kostelecty’s battle with cancer began in the spring of 2013 when he was 15, a freshman at DHS. He first noticed his symptoms while helping his father during calving […]]]>

The Outdoor Adventure Foundation is a Fargo-based charity. They organize trips for young people with cancer and other illnesses, as well as injured veterans.

Fight cancer

Kostelecty’s battle with cancer began in the spring of 2013 when he was 15, a freshman at DHS. He first noticed his symptoms while helping his father during calving season at their ranch in Grassy Butte, where he still spends most of his time working.

“The farm and the ranch is where my heart is,” Kostelecty said. “One day I had a cow that I had to put in the barn. She had just had her calf, so I had to pick up the calf and had a really big cramp in my right shoulder. ”

Kostelecty swept it aside as a typical pain that sometimes results from manual labor, but the pain persisted for three weeks. His chiropractor recommended that he see a doctor, which he did.

“Right here at Dickinson, I learned that I have a softball-sized lump inside my liver, and that was all they told me so far. I was saying to myself, what are the options? ”he recalled.

However, local doctors were unable to diagnose the problem, and she was advised to seek more attention at one of the area’s top-level medical centers. He told his parents about it and made an appointment the following month in Rochester, Minnesota.

“So I’m just living life and everything. One night I decided to go to a high school baseball game here in town on a spring evening, it was pretty cold. I was cold to the bones, like borderline hypothermia. It just didn’t make sense how cold I was from the weather, ”Kostelecky said. “The next morning mom and dad looked at me like, ‘There’s something really wrong with you.’ My eyes were sunken, I looked like hell had frozen over.

Her parents decided to take her to Rochester immediately, which was even more complicated as the town was covered with 18 inches of snow the next morning. After a week of various tests, scans and exams, she was diagnosed with germ cell testicular cancer. Kostelecty underwent three cycles of chemotherapy in the summer of 2013.

“It’s cancer that spreads and grows quickly, which is not ideal,” he said.

He had a few strenuous surgeries in which more than half of his liver, 42 lymph nodes and eight spots in his lungs were removed. This form of cancer has a high rate of recurrence, so he underwent two cycles of preventive chemotherapy. Kostelesky said he feels lucky.

“We caught it on the brink if it got to anything much worse… so I’m grateful for it,” he said, adding that he hadn’t had cancer for eight years. “In the spring of 2014, they told me I was sober. I am healthy again. It was around this time that I joined the Outdoor Adventure Foundation, and I’ve been living my life ever since. It was good.”

Kostelecty received overwhelming support from the entire community during this difficult time, he said.

“In many ways it was a blessing thanks to Dickinson’s support. I will never be able to refund or say what really should be said about it, ”he said. “Dickinson is just a great community.”

Logan Kostelecty with the mountain lion he shot on a December hunt through the Outdoor Adventure Foundation in Utah.  (Contribution / Outdoor Adventure Foundation)

Logan Kostelecty with the mountain lion he shot on a December hunt through the Outdoor Adventure Foundation in Utah. (Contribution / Outdoor Adventure Foundation)

An avid outdoorsman, the foundation took him antelope hunting near Bowman, mule deer hunting in Montana, and moose hunting outside of Minot. Kostelecty fulfilled all three tags. He even recently shot down a mountain lion while on a foundation hunt in Utah.

“I met the president of the foundation, Brian Solum, and cameraman Dave Lipp. I just hit it off with these guys, ”he said.

Giving Back in the Badlands

After getting to know the foundation members well, Kostelecky and his father decided they wanted to give back by organizing elk hunts on their ranch for young people who have battled cancer and other serious illnesses. He said their neighbors were generous and gave him access to their land for foundation hunts.

This fall was the seventh year they had done so and they harvested an elk every time. Yet he said it was more than just murder. He enjoys giving people the thrill of a big game chase and a challenging outdoor experience. There is nothing like passing on the joy of your passion to someone else, he said.

“The hunt, the success is great and all; but just to get out in the Badlands, breathe the fresh air and enjoy it – that’s really what it is, ”he said. “It’s the hunt that I look forward to the most every year.

He said there weren’t enough young people to experience the outdoors and he is happy to have this opportunity thanks to such a great foundation.

Dickinson's Lauren Jorda poses with the momentum she shot.  (Contribution / Outdoor Adventure Foundation)

Dickinson’s Lauren Jorda poses with the momentum she shot. (Contribution / Outdoor Adventure Foundation)

In the fall of 2021, the foundation hunt he led was especially special as it was with family friend and DHS alumnus Lauren Jorda. She endured a six-month struggle during her senior year of high school, with several cycles of chemotherapy and surgery. She was declared cancer-free in March 2019.

“I was the best friend of his younger sister (Kostelecky) Emily for about the first year, we’re still good friends,” Jorda said. “We all spent time together so I know their family very well.”

Now, at age 21, Jorda is a student at the University of North Dakota, where she is majoring in pre-medical biology to prepare for medical school.

Prior to elk hunting, Jorda had minimal bird hunting and target shooting experience. But after hunting with Kostelecty, Jorda said it calmed her to be guided by someone she knew.

The first night of the hunt, they didn’t see much but woke up at 4 am to leave the next day. Kostelecty said they traveled about a mile while it was still dark.

“So we start to go down that hill. About halfway, it’s dry because it’s October and there hadn’t been any rain yet. Each step we take creaks sticks, leaves creak. And it is impossible to be silent, ”he said. “Soon the sun starts to rise a bit and moose are exploding around us. There is a bugle all over the place. And we’re basically in the middle of the herd, you can hear their footprints. I think they heard ours but didn’t really know what we were.

They walked for about 20 minutes in a direction he thought was giving a bull a good kick, which was with a group of five or six cows that scared the west. The bull ran in the opposite direction, missing their opportunity.

“So I stay up, wow, that could have been our opportunity for the morning,” he said. “Lauren pats me on the shoulder, (and says) ‘Hey, there’s a moose right there.'”

It was a cow about 250 yards in front of them, and he expected a bull to follow it. They therefore moved from 15 to 20 meters to put themselves in a better position. He told Lauren that he would hit his cow call to stop the bull from standing next to it, and that he would tell her to shoot when she was ready. He used his call several times to no avail.

“He didn’t stop for us. All of a sudden Lauren pulls and it totally caught me off guard, but I heard a loud bang. I knew she had hit him, ”Kostelecty said. “This bull is running through the trees. I put my binoculars on him and very quickly I see that he has hit very well. She made a brilliant move.

Jorda said it was a wonderful experience and a lot of fun.

“I just want to express how grateful I am. The foundation, all those who helped set it up, the donors, the Kostelecty family, those who let me hunt on their land and everything; I know it wouldn’t be possible without them, ”she added.


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ESPN analyst praises Tommy Rees https://peet-corso.cz/espn-analyst-praises-tommy-rees/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 04:33:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/espn-analyst-praises-tommy-rees/ Dan Orlovsky, a former NFL quarterback, now works as a commentator for ESPN. He just announced the Fiesta Bowl between Notre Dame and the State of Oklahoma and upon news of Caleb Williams entering the transfer portal, has given massive praise towards Tommy Rees. Former Notre Dame offensive lineman and now ESPN radio host Mike […]]]>

Dan Orlovsky, a former NFL quarterback, now works as a commentator for ESPN. He just announced the Fiesta Bowl between Notre Dame and the State of Oklahoma and upon news of Caleb Williams entering the transfer portal, has given massive praise towards Tommy Rees.

Former Notre Dame offensive lineman and now ESPN radio host Mike Golic, Jr., posted on Twitter about Notre Dame possibly suing Williams, to which Orlovsky responded with overwhelming praise for Rees.

Now make no mistake, Orlovsky isn’t saying there is any chance that Williams will come to Notre Dame, but that praise for Rees is important.

As we’ve discussed time and time again, Notre Dame has a ways to go between good quarterbacks and the true elite quarterbacks who won championships in college football playoff days. Orlovsky saying what he did doesn’t make big claims for Notre Dame, but it certainly can only help get that kind of praise when you’re on the hunt for big game for the elite quarterbacks of the future.

Related:

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Notre Dame Transfer Portal Tracker 2022

Ohio State legend to join Notre Dame staff

Notre Dame separates from longtime receivers coach



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