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Bud B.
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ttt

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Shortlongbow
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Hmm. This sure sounds like fun. I could dust off the old Jerry Hill Wildcat Deluxe.

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quote:
Originally posted by Shortlongbow:
Hmm. This sure sounds like fun. I could dust off the old Jerry Hill Wildcat Deluxe.

Shortlongbow-

You shoot that Jerry Hill, we'll have to call you longlongbow [bigsmyl] [bigsmyl]

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Howard Hill

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tradlongbow
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quote:
Originally posted by Shortlongbow:
Hmm. This sure sounds like fun. I could dust off the old Jerry Hill Wildcat Deluxe.

Shortlongbow-

You shoot that Jerry Hill, we'll have to call you longlongbow [bigsmyl] [bigsmyl]

If you're coming to the hunt send me a pm, and I'll add you to the list on page one.

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Darren

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Howard Hill

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moleman
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I had a thought the other day and i thought id pose the question to you folks ( and my wife ) and see what kind of response i get before committing my wife to this little project.
Since this is gonna be a one of a kind event, and since my wife is a very talented leather worker, thought it might be a great idea, if we had some custom arm guards made up to commemorate the event, these in turn would be auctioned off at the event and the benefits would go to St. Judes.
Each arm guard would represent this Hill Hog Hunt, but each would be a different design, I was thinking 3 to 4 arm guards, all of which would be one of a kind.
Let me know what you think of the idea so that ive got time to kiss some hiney and get things rolling.

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Bud B.
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quote:
Originally posted by moleman:
I had a thought the other day and i thought id pose the question to you folks ( and my wife ) and see what kind of response i get before committing my wife to this little project.
Since this is gonna be a one of a kind event, and since my wife is a very talented leather worker, thought it might be a great idea, if we had some custom arm guards made up to commemorate the event, these in turn would be auctioned off at the event and the benefits would go to St. Judes.
Each arm guard would represent this Hill Hog Hunt, but each would be a different design, I was thinking 3 to 4 arm guards, all of which would be one of a kind.
Let me know what you think of the idea so that ive got time to kiss some hiney and get things rolling.

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Raffle them off maybe?

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Killdeer
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I like a raffle, as you can win with only a little cash. On the other hand, (also a plus), the money earned is not limited to the amount held in the highest pockets in the gang. You can raise more money from a lot of folks giving a little than you can from four people paying what they can afford.

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moleman
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Good idea Bud, any way we do it, the money goes to a great cause, and there will be some folks who will walk away with some one of a kind commemorative arm guards.
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moleman
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Killdeer, i like the way you think, everybody has a chance to win and St. Judes will be the one to gain the greatest benefit.
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Bud-
Great idea!

I'm going to have a raffle in Oct for one dozen Howard Hill arrows with Hill broadheads. One arrow will have HillGang Hog Hunt 2013 written on it. Criag Ekin of Howard Hill Archery will be donating the arrows and broadheads, and the money will go to St. Jude.

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Howard Hill

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Please remove me from the list . At this time I see know way for me to make it my son in the army and will moving around that time . I'm helping them move and it will take my vacation time up . The best of luck to y'all .
Thank you , Ray

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Up front for any new comers

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Noli rogare pro onia pauciora, rogate pro scapulas latiores.

I go afield with bent wood, stick and string in search of serenity through my primal quest.

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Please mark me off the list. Yall have fun and take plenty of pics!

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I will be looking for some one who would like to ride with me down to GA. I will be leaving Steuben County NY around the 25th. Anyone needing a ride near me is welcome to ride along and share expences. Just pm me and let me know,should be a great time.

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That idea may have legs moleman! [thumbsup]

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I go afield with bent wood, stick and string in search of serenity through my primal quest.

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