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Early archery seasons are starting now. The Bucks are still on a Summer schedule....I have 9 different Bucks feeding at 2:30 to 4:30 PM off a couple corn piles on the property. We start this Saturday, but we're required to take a Doe first in the Early Archery season, so I'll hunt a different area.
 
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September 17th for us...and no I'm not ready Big Grin

Too focused on teal and geese at the moment.
 
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Too focused on teal and geese at the moment.

Not a bad diversion :-)
 
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You got my stand all ready ...:-)


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Posts: 1125 | Location: Catskill Mountains N.Y. | Registered: 13 September 2011Reply With Quote
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2 weeks from tonite I'll be in extreme northern Idaho (Unit 1) on a bow hunt for rutting bulls. Bow is tuned and BH's are sharp. Looking forward to it!!

Gary
 
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Good luck!
 
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Thanks, Biebs!!

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I haven't shot my bow since last year. I think I'm going to sit out most of the archery season or try to get my daughter her first crossbow deer.
 
Posts: 481 | Location: Midwest USA | Registered: 14 November 2008Reply With Quote
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Yes, it's more fun to watch the next generation succeed in our passion, for sure!
 
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I'm still working on my box blinds. After six heart attacks and a stroke, I don't do tree stands any longer. So I traded some stands for a crossbow. But I still have to get the blind finished and installed on telephone poles....
 
Posts: 816 | Location: Whitlock, TN | Registered: 23 March 2009Reply With Quote
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Shof, take it slow and steady. It'll be too hot early on to hunt anyway.
 
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Good luck on that doe in the morning, Jon.


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Posts: 14335 | Location: Alamogordo, NM | Registered: 03 June 2000Reply With Quote
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Yes, I owe our town Secretary a rear quarter :-)
 
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Is that open for just deer or bear also ?
 
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No, Bear is in October (Archery then Muzzle Loader), and then again during firearms season in early December. Today my friend and I had to go find a 55 gallon drum of bait that was carried off into the woods by a big Bear. They're starting to go on the Fall feeding frenzy!
 
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And the Biebster has just the muzzleloader to let the air out of said bear.
(Or at least he did, perhaps briefly.)

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Briefly, indeed :-)
 
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Who got the bear's donut barrel , Biebs or the bear ?? Roll Eyes
 
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Who got the bear's donut barrel , Biebs or the bear ?? Roll Eyes

They're not so tough....and I LOVE donuts :-)
 
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Who got the bear's donut barrel , Biebs or the bear ?? Roll Eyes

They're not so tough....and I LOVE donuts :-)


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I will be rifle hunting white tails in oct in TX. 308 tikka is what I am thinking of using.

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Don't forget the banana clip and a case of ammo!
 
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