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Cyclic-Rivers
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Congrats Rick, It sounds like you are having an incredible year!

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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longrifle
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I give you about 1 week Jim before you put one on the ground, maybe less. [Smile]

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The human body is the only machine the harder you work it, the stronger it gets.
"Aim small- Hit small" ( I never think negative)

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Wapiti Chaser
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My dad is beating bucks away today , if you can get in the woods get there now!

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Way to go rick great season congratulations

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Primitive archery gives yourself the maximum challenge while giving the animal the maximum chance to escape- G. Fred Asbell

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longrifle
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Bob tell him to chase them up to Allegany Co. I'm not seeing anything in the woods, but on the roads there all over the place. I think tonight was my 10th or 11th sit in a row and not seeing a deer.

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The human body is the only machine the harder you work it, the stronger it gets.
"Aim small- Hit small" ( I never think negative)

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Gerald it’s slow here too , there was too much shell corn in the area so they aren’t hitting acorns like usual

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Proverbs 12:27
The lazy do not roast any game,
but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


John 14:6

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I have great news I’m excited to pass along! Will post up some photos after dark....

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Well today my endurance failed and after letting a lot of young bucks walk I broke down and shot a fat 5pt. He stood broadside to me at 18yds and I knew I could take him clean so I did.Fifty yard dash and I watched his fall.I'm a little sad that I'm done with the peak time just starting but I'm glad to have had so much fun time in the woods and 2 quick ,clean harvests.I won't miss climbing trees twice a day, that old LONE WOLF climber is wearing me down; time to use ladders or at least my sit and climb Summit ! The big ones should be moving now, my wife had a 4pt and 8pt chase a doe past her yesterday, so go get 'em guys . GOOD LUCK.
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A bird in the hand . . .

Congratulations. They are ALL trophies.

He gave all he had. [thumbsup]

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Congratulations Marvin any deer with a stick bow is a trophy in my book. Looking forward to the pics Jim All I saw were bucks today Looking for a doe so tonight I’m going to a totally different spot and hunting off my Big Jim tree seat.

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Proverbs 12:27
The lazy do not roast any game,
but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


John 14:6

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Congrats Marvin glad you were able to fill your tag and have fun in the process. I had a big mature 8pt cross the road in front of me 2 fields down from the wood lot I hunt , they are on the move.
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Congratulations Marvin, a clean kill and meat in the freezer out ways big horns any day for me

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Congrats Marvin, James looking forward to your update

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You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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Health problems kept me out of the woods for all of October. Sat. am I had a spike at 12 yards that bolted when my arrow came of the shelf. This buck his time coming down the trail playing havoc with my nervous system. Different stand Sat. afternoon deer around me for hours. Great day total 13 deer 3 bucks. Sunday am in high mt. stand saw broken horn buck a daylight very windy. Tues. am in new stand close to home around 8am 6 pointer in thicket in front of me close walks up ridge to a doe that I did not see. I put my hand in vest and use my fawn bleep can the deer had no reaction but a spike shows up looking in my direction. I take the bleep can all the way out of my vest and do one loud bleep. All of once the doe on ridge runs to me with the 6 pointer .Keep in mind my nerves are gone. I am standing I am trying my best to stay calm. I go to draw my bow and behind my tree a buck steps out fast at 15 yards. It all happen so fast. Once again the arrow came off the shelf. I try to steady my nerves and do a good shot. Well I rather be lucky then good. Stand up blood trial 8 pointer. I like to say hi to all my friends and to wish them luck. Be safe Dan
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Congratulations Dan

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Proverbs 12:27
The lazy do not roast any game,
but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


John 14:6

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