Did the neighbor congratulate you?
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Did the neighbor congratulate you?
The good news is they only have to sell 4 stands to make up that amount.
100 plus posts in this thread. Probably 1,000 plus deer killed between the members that have posted and folks still cannot agree on which is right.
How are the LEOs supposed to arrest someone for a crime when there are no witnesses or someone to ID them? Tag numbers are not good enough. I would be mad also but not because they didn't do anything...
Those stabilizer straps are my favorite. Rock solid when tightened, faster than tying sections together with a rope that is too long or short for climbing stride and last they are great for...
Unless you find one used on here then I THINK the price from the site is as good as you can find at any dealers.
If the cable/ strap are too tight on a large base then when you tilt the stand to lift it can catch on the sides of the tree and not slide up or down. Same if the teeth on the front dig into the bark...
Don't go for the cheapest one like Sportsman guide 50.00. I have used cheap ones and ones like Cabelas and there is a difference.
It would be considered a black panther here.
My experience is I have a ton of public land that isn't heavily hunted especially for bow season. Problem is that it is thousands of acres of hardwoods which means acorns are everywhere for miles as...
Think positive... He may be 160 next year.
Unless he gets hit by a car or shot by another hunter or shot by a poacher or dies from EHD or coyotes take him down.
You get the new bow yet?
I lost a buck the other day that I believe ducked the arrow which resulted in a high hit. I practice a lot on 3d targets but I'm always aiming for the circle or lungs. I believe my practice methods...
Let's say it wasn't that alert or stomping. How much would distance factor in to your decision?
Not to the degree it would be better than just visually marking a tree or landscape marking. You could get down and walk to the arrow and leave a crumb trail but I think your talking about marking so...
Or when the yardage gets to a certain distance do you start aiming lower in anticipation of a drop? If so, at what distance?
It depends on where you are. I hunt public land. I'm lucky to see a deer, period in 1 of 10 sits. I have a relative that has private land 30 miles away. I hunted with him once this year but it had to...
I use to do it and it was grip. I thought I was gripping correctly but a real good shop owner corrected me. My grip now starts with fist like I'm throwing a punch.. Slightly tilt it at an angle. It...
Hunt n hoist.
There are always two sides to a story. Since we only have yours then I'll give my opinion. It's a BS ticket. Anyone with common sense would realize the whole point in that law is for safety. A...
I would rather get it done before hand but I still carry TP. Leaves? Naw
Sometimes you can't control it. You just have to hope it switches in your favor if one comes in. They said N Nw here today and I'll be dang if it's not shifting more W. Hope towards dark it switches...
How long are you leaving it on before checking? How bright/dim is the light? If it's burning it's making heat. Try using another butane bottle and see what difference that makes.
Rage is the only broadhead that could kill Chuck Norris.
Kbacon, i do the same but also run one loop around both sections of the stand. That way the stand is held even tighter together and secures my gear.
Throw it away.
Obviously a doctor visit is in order. I powerlifted for years and developed a nagging pain in my glutes and back. Mine was piriformis. I started stretching my glutes, hip flexors and hamstrings. My...
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