These bows look fantastic!
Type: Posts; User: Don_Swazy
These bows look fantastic!
Take a short video on your phone of them next time.
Congrats on the buck!
I absolutely love my 2013 Charger.
There have been some changes to the 2014 model that I don't care for, but if its a Hoyt, then you can expect quality.
1st ever group on the way home...
Called him in last year in S.E. WA state with a can call and Primos Uproar. He came running in down wind and I lost him behind some bushes. I got out of my little hunting chair and ran about 10...
If there's heavy hunting pressure, find the thickest and nastiest sanctuary there is and try to find a spot with a few shooting lanes. Other hunters might push the deer into these areas.
I've only been out 5 times with the bow and haven't seen much.
I did see one 120-130" buck last weekend with a friend on public land that was out seeking while we were having an early lunch around...
Not sure where you're out of, but Shaffer Performance Archery in Burnsville specializes in Mathews bows.
I'm not gonna pretend that I like everyone who works there, or that they stock a lot of...
I've heard good things about these but don't own one. Maybe next year.
I think you can take the legs off so its bedded.
How long's the season?
WA is 9 days and MN is 9.
-If you have access to a pressure washer, the knife only touches the deer before its boiled. Skinning the head and jaw removal takes 30-60 minutes but I can usually do it in about 30...
I take a different approach than most people and they turn out pretty good with minimal effort.
1. Skin head and remove bottom jaw. Poke holes in eyeballs with knife to let water in and try to...
-I grew up rifle hunting in S.E. Washington state on mountain private land and watched my dad blast a 140" buck from around 500 yards away when I was 12 years old. This showed the type of skill that...
Awesome year for ya
Can't shoot 'em from the house.
These Triggersticks seem pretty slick for shooting sticks, but I think I'd like to try one for a spotting scope for quick deployment.
I'm guessing some sort of adapter is needed as a tilting...
Thanks for taking the time for it.
At least the land owners are on your side.
Sounds like another case of poor law enforcing.
Some people claim there are black panthers in the U.S. too.
There are a few threads on here about them.
Wouldn't recommend a cheaper steel climber.
I have an Ameristep 8400 ($90-$120) and it's really heavy.
It gets me up the tree though.
Buy the Summit Viper.
All that I got out of the OP and follow up posts is:
1. Sexy nurse wants you to come hunt BAD
2. Her husband is jealous
3. Some might argue that she's a bigger one
4. Some people here suggest...