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Owlmagnet
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RC had some great input on firewood on page 31. We can collect firewood in the WMA. I plan on bringing a wood stove for my wall tent.

Bob

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khardrunner
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How do you want to work it widow? What info do you want and in what order? I'm guessing you want to spread-sheet style this?

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I Corinthians 9 24-25
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WidowEater
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I would like everyone who is planning on going to PM me their bows they would be bringing and their specs.

I will compile it somehow (probably a spreadsheet) and then post it here or post a link.

I would sort it out by Makes, Models, and Weight, etc.

I can update it every few weeks as I get more information.

I would like to have this information:

RH/LH:
Make:
Model:
Weight@draw length (what is written on the bow):
Bow Length:
Grip style (straight, dished, etc):
String type used (Fastflite, Dacron, etc.):
Total laminations and what material they are:
Core Lam Material:
Backing material (bamboo, glass, etc.):

I can only store 60 PMs so I will have to keep up on it like crazy at first.

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khardrunner
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Applause widow! This will be a great resource!

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I Corinthians 9 24-25
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tradlongbow
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Troy-

When your finished gathering the information, I can post it on the front page of this thread.

Darren

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WidowEater
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OK folks it is official.

Send your bow specs to me via PM using the above information fomat.

Copy and paste this into the PM box:

quote:
RH/LH:
Make:
Model:
Weight@draw length (what is written on the bow):
Bow Length:
Grip style (straight, dished, etc):
String type used (Fastflite, Dacron, etc.):
Total laminations and what material they are:
Core Lam Material:
Backing material (bamboo, glass, etc.):

Then fill in your bow/bows specs.

I will also categorize whose member name it is as well.

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moleman
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Great idea! This should be interesting as well as a great resource as Khardrunner said . Ill more than likely bring a few, but in order to simplify things for you Widow, ill just send you specs. on my go to bow. Youre gonna have a full plate keeping up with this for a time.
Thanks in advance for your time and energy in putting all of this info. together. [clapper]

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WidowEater
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If you plan on bringing more than one then tell me because this is a resource for the folks going to this Hog Hunt next year.

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Silence over speed. Heavier arrows never hurt.

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Bud B.
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This group will give a new meaning to 4-H.

Howard Hill Hog Hunt

"The New 4-H Club"

[biglaugh]

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Bud B.
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Page three? I don't think so.

TTT

Hope you can join us Jacques.

Bud

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RC
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You can cut firewood on the wma as long as it is already down.Will be no problem finding some . I will try to head up a bit early and have a bit already cut if work allows.You can only build fires at the campground.RC
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killinstuff
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Brother, if all those folks show up, you might want to start cutten now cause you'll need 20 cord of wood for that army.

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Mac Hicks
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Darren,
Been watching this one with great interest since day one, but have not posted due to back and knee surgery this year. Looks like I am getting back where I need to be to hunt this season, so please add my name to the list. Haven't hunted in those swamps since the 70's when I used to bowhunt the Hellhole and Waterhorn units of Francis Marion NF. This should be a lot of fun for the Hill Gang!

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tradlongbow
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Hey Mac-

I just added you to the list.

Darren

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Howard Hill

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ttt

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