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woodchucker
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quote:
Originally posted by Greg Szalewski:
Good luck to the WI bowhunters.
I am sitting the opening out processing a cooler full of moose meat, but I can assure you that I will be out there next week.

Gee, that really stinks!!! LOL!!! But just think... At least you won't have to worry about filling the freezer!?
Good Luck, Brothers & Sisters!!!!!

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There is a fine line between Hunting, & Sitting there looking Stupid...

May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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Good luck everybody
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Celebrated my 50th Opening Day this year. Beautiful opening morning, but it really heated up during the day. Spent the evening stand dripping with sweat. Passed on a doe, and had a small buck about 50yrds away. Great to get back out there. And, thanks to who ever it was that invented the Thermocell ! Good luck everyone.
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Any updates?? [dunno]

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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seeing deer, no shot ops as of yet. Had a young doe within about 7 feet of me while hiding in a clump of grass in the marsh. She really skeedaddled when she decided the boogeyman was near. Had one evening when the wind was wrong, so I altered my hunt a bit. Part way thru the sit ( on the ground again) I, for some reason, turned around to see two big does watching me from maybe 30 yards (downwind). They left when I turned.

Jumped two of last years bucks in the meadow at the base of the hillside near the bucket stand ( everybody knows where that is... right ?). They were separately bedding in the meadow, at the base of some smaller trees or brush. They each let me get to within maybe ten yards before splitting. Easy gun shots. Not so easy bow shots. Too young ( small) for trying this early in the season.

Had a chipmunk check me out from maybe two feet away, on the log in front of where I was seated that afternoon. Had a skwerl walk up the fallen tree log that I was seated on last night. Heck I think he would have walked on top of me if I hadn't moved a finger to halt him. I was wearing a ghillie. So far, its been fun.

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I was up there the second weekend, but never hunted. Temps and humidity in the upper 80's. Last weekend the cooler weather moved in, and it was beautiful. Passed on a 6pt. and a few small does. Turkeys "everywhere". Should be back out there around the 10th. Luck to all.
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I haven't been out as often as I would like. Noticed a few scrapes and rubs that fired me up a bit. I have a week off coming up and plan to be out every day. Remember that the youth hunt is this weekend and the disability hunt also starts this weekend where applicable.
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[archer]

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Best of luck to all.

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In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In the expert's there are few...So the most difficult thing is always to keep your beginner's mind...This is also the real secret of the arts: always be a beginner. Shunryu Suzuki

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Made my first hunt the other night. The incoming storm and the rain most would find discouraging. It was good to get out as I needed the therapy. I saw a couple wood peckers.

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Charlie Janssen

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The nubbies had me surrounded yesterday. I had to make a run for it.

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I had a couple yearlings walk past at 8 yards last night. No momma! I didn't notice nubs.

After pulling the chips in the trail cameras I noticed we have a coyote problem. There are 7 in one photo alone.

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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Excellent weekend this past weekend minus the weather lol.

had a break in the Showers and went to the stand. had a doe and fawn feeding right behind me when the lightning started. I snuck out and made it back to the cabin wet.

This morning the wind was ripping and the rain coming in sideways. We opted to get chores done around the cabin instead. about 7:00 my little brother and I decided to gather some black walnuts below the cabin and we saw two bucks chasing each other. After they departed another 6 point and spike came out and were browsing about. the spike buck walked to within 8 yards of us and we were only armed with a bucket of walnuts lol.

After that grabbed the bow and a tree stand my brother wanted to set and slowly walked the edge of the corn field. slipped to within 50 yards of a doe and fawn but couldnt close the gap as they were walking the other way faster than I could stalk.

In all my dad, brother and I saw 14 deer this past weekend. Not to shabby in the least. Scrapes popping up everywhere at that farm. Rut is approaching which is a very exciting time there.

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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Great news Brother, Good Luck!!!

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May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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Hello There Charlie! [wavey]

... mike ... [archer2] ...

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