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  1. WELCOME! New User Forum
    Howdy Folks! I'm 55 going on 19 and I have way to much energy. Tis a curse of sorts, especially when I try and keep up with the youngsters and they laugh at me! Ha! They don't laugh half as much as I do at the things I do, so there! I am an outdoor nut who has climbed and hiked much of...
  2. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I went to one of my favorite hunting spots the other day to find out it was closed for "fire danger" which I can understand but what I am concerned and confused about is it is owned by Green Diamond and they are saying you have to have a permit to access the land?? I've been hunting this land...
  3. General Archery Discussion
    Hi, My name is Jered. I have recently set up an archery range in Redmond WA for all types and skill levels. My facility is a covered range up to 20 yards and a outdoor range up to 60+ yards. All types of bows and all skill levels are welcome. I have several (15 total) compound, recurve and long...
  4. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Anyone from the Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, Tenino or Rochester area?? Where do you guys hunt and do you go early and late season or just one of the two? I want to get back into Elk hunting but don't know where to go. Any advice would be helpful. Deer, Elk and Bear
  5. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Going for the first time, it will be spot and stalk. Any advice would be helpful :)
  6. NW Shoots
    The Hullabaloo is on again this year. It is the 5th & 6th of Oct. 2013. It will be following early elk/deer season. There will be 40 targets and the shoot is 2 days. The cost is $10 for one day and $15 for two. There is primitive camping and a limited cook shack. The flyier is posted at our...
  7. NW Shoots
    This traditional shoot was just added to the Cedar River Bowmen calendar. It's traditional shoot only. 30 animals. A blanket shoot. No shooting stakes, just a map of the course and you hunt them up. I am calling it, The Hullabaloo shoot. I hope to have it regularly and I hope it will grow. It is...
  8. General Archery Discussion
    I took my wife and son with me to Deer park, Washington to my local Archery Shop. It's about a 90 mile drive one way. The shop custom made a flemish string for my 1970's Browning cobra Recurve. While they were working on the Recurve I also had my Rytera Nemesis tweaked to 60 pounds and I had...
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