Lots of ice fishing, and I'm getting a wild hair to buy and rebuild an old motorcycle. I'm not a gearhead and don't know diddly about them, but I think it's a good time to learn. I'll have plenty of free time now that bow season is almost over.
Start all over with my gear. New strings, new fletchings, more arrows as one can never have too many arrows, and try other new gear so when spring comes I'm ready to shoot in the backyard and do some 3D in summer with my hunting rig.
revamp all my gear-inventory, repair whatever & then start looking for the places I will head for to do some Hog Bowhunting where it's NO SNOW & 40 degrees or more is a heat wave. Tx, Ok. for hogs & maybe way S. Tx for javalina & possibly me & MaMa doing a deap sea fishing trip. Oh, load all my Bowhunting video footage to make some DVDs.
I have plenty to do. I will be taking my daughter on a Cow Buffalo Bow shoot in Jan.. It is all set. I want the meat (it is delicious) & she has never been Bowhunting for anything but Whitetail..
Hog Hunting is pretty inexpensive if you've never tried it. It's fun & exciting AND addicting...
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