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Deer hunting BS thread

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by buzzard1992, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. skygear

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    I agree. Personally I give away over half of my harvest to the neighbors to help with the food bills.
     
  2. 06indigoink

    06indigoink Well-Known Member

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    he was prob gettin choice meat off of them and scrapping the rest.. :mad:
     
  3. buzzard1992

    buzzard1992 [OP] Yep

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    Probably so. He leases the land to hunt. We are tryin to get him out and then me and my dad split the cost of the lease
     
  4. REDTRD

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    Looks like ill be turkey hunting this year! SCDNR sent me 5 tags and a license. Maybe it will stop my deer hunting itch for a little while lol
     
  5. wildjerseyfirefighter

    wildjerseyfirefighter I sell fishing and fishing accessories

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    Unlimited doe here thru all seasons. I bow hunt from sept-feb.

    There is only one buck per season tho, which is good.
     
  6. buzzard1992

    buzzard1992 [OP] Yep

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    Well turkey season came and went and I never had a chance to go, sorry Jamie, but last week I got off work early and wanted to get in the woods. So I went and checked on some of our permanent stands. Ton of deer sign and I've found some good spots for when deer season starts back up. Can't wait till August 15th
     
  7. jhodge83

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    wat?
    it's cool. watched a doe in my back yard for about 5 mins yesterday. my boss said he may have a lead on a club in west ashley somewhere that he's trying to get into.
     
  8. buzzard1992

    buzzard1992 [OP] Yep

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    You shoulda slung an arrow at her haha. You thinkin about tryin to join that club too?
     
  9. jhodge83

    jhodge83 Any dog under 50# is a cat and cats are useless... Staff Member

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    wat?
    if the season was in i sure would have. may just set some corn out at the edge of the woods and sit in the bedroom w/ the window open...lol
     
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    Mossy Mechanic for Honda

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    Where are my bow hunters at???
     
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    here. turkey season handed my my ass.

    all the landowners had work going on. my buddy was installing a windmill..phone company changing poles. messed up the birds. i'm done. tired of driving 2.5 hours to sweat it out in a ground blind.

    getting ready for some trout season. hiking up into the sierras to test some new gear and catch some fish.

    then august, i hike into the sierras to bowhunt deer!! god, i gotta get into shape. :(
     
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    Just picked up a compound a few weeks ago. Elk season is going to be a bit more challenging than what I'm used to haha.
     
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    rmb_crew My other ride has 18,400HP!!!!!!

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    did 2 season with my current bow. I think over the summer i will upgrade. Bow i have now is too light for me.
     
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    i bowhunted for a couple years.. got a few, wounded a few. too many x-factors in it for me. i sold it and picked up a crossbow after they got legal. love it. one day i may go back to a compound but for now im content. killed 2 good bucks this year before rifle season came in.
     
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    Took this bull last year:

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    Nice first post!! Gosh dang I'm ready for deer season fellas!
     
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    Redfox1 'Stralia! Riding Roo's and wrangling koalas

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    What zone you going to in August?
     
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    Hey thanks. Hunt talk is my comfort zone:)
     
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    no kiddin. ive already been trimming shooting lanes and checking new stand locations. put out 4 mineral licks sat morning, ill give em a week or 2 and then ima start making my rounds with the camera and marking inventory;)

    all the rain we've had in the foothills so far this year should def be helping the antler growth as well as the coverage for the fawns.
     
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    What kind of bow did you get? What does your set up look like?
     
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