While I am positive that sharing a hunt with ANY of the good people who frequent this forum would be a blast, I'd like to share a hunt with Ron LaClair, and I'd love to have a chance to pick the brains of Roger Rotthaar. He is one smart guy and his son looks like he is headed the same way.
I would like to hunt with any of the Tradgangers, because we are all committed to our sport and I haven't met one I didn't like, but if I had only one choice, I would have to go with one that hunts Elk on a camp out hunt, to me it is the ultimate quarry for our type of hunting.
Leon Stewart 3pc. 64" R/D 51# @ 27"
Gordy Morey 2pc. 68" R/D 55# @ 28"
Hoyt Pro Medalist, 70" 42# @ 28" (1963)
Bear Tamerlane 66" 30# @ 28" (1966)- for my better half
I would like to go on a week long camp hunt with the ladies of TG.
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Too many to mention. I have enjoyed emailing and talking on the phone with lots of folks on here. I would like to be able to sit around a campfire with all of you. Guys like Doug Campbell. Sure like to shake his hand and say thanks for what he has done for the kids. Guys like Mudd for his heart. So many who have shared their knowledge about trad archery and that I have benefited from. I shouldn't get started cause I'll leave out others that need mentioning.
I've had the good fortune of hunting with several TradGangers at Solana and will be there again next week, God willing. A few on my short list would be "Mudd", "Biggie"' "RC", Ron LaClair, the Wensel Brothers and Fred Asbell. There are others but space is limited for sure.God Bless this site and the people who make it what it is.
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