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Longbow rookie
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Wow! All I can say is "someday." All great camps!
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Bob Foster
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My Michigan Upper Peninsula Bow Camp. October
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trapper1
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moose camp

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and my old trappers camp 63 miles off the highway in God's country
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Eastern fisher
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Trapper. What are those furry critters the young lady is holding?? Groung hogs maybe

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A bad day of hunting is still far better than a good day at work.

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Labs4me
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This is a great thread. REALLY cool to see where everyone calls "home" during the hunting season. It appears many have much to be thankful for!!!

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"You must not only aim right, but draw the bow with all your might." - Henry David Thoreau (Before the advent of compound bows with 85% letoff)

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trapper1
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Eastern Fisher, no it's not a groundhog it's a frozen marten, my daughters used to play with them like barbies when they were that age...LOL honestly....both my girls are now grown up and have both feet firmly planted on the ground. they started shooting bows when they were 3 and are still at it...
Proud Dad [goldtooth]

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Labs4me
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Widowbender:

THAT'S funny right there!!!

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"You must not only aim right, but draw the bow with all your might." - Henry David Thoreau (Before the advent of compound bows with 85% letoff)

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It's not what you kill but how you hunt...

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Lookinforlunkers
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Here's moose camp for me. 200km North/west of Thunderbay Ontario. It aint fancy but it functional
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[ January 13, 2008, 09:01 PM: Message edited by: Lookinforlunkers ]

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2Knives
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Here's Wyoming Elk camp every year that I can go.
I love Elk season!!!!!!
We try and rough it....but that is a bottle of Jim Beam on the far left...for medicinal purposes only! [bigsmyl]
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Don't Squat with your Spurs on!

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trapper1
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Hey "Lunkers" where are you hunting? Unit 15A...silver dollar area?
Trapper

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15B trapper1, Wolfcreek trail (It should have read north/west in my first post)Or as I like to call it "Home away from home". I love headin north for moose season.

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John C Keith
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Just another bump for the chance at seeing more camps. I think this is one my favorite threads I have read. Thanks again to all those who have participated. 2Knives... that pic is very neat. Thanks for sharing.

I have a few questions about financing a camp. This is not the forum to address my questions, but hoped someone who has bought a camp could PM or email me... actual mortgage broker would be awesome.

Thanks
John
johnckeith @ gmail.com

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Kingstaken
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Great posts.. [clapper]
Anyone lQQking to adopt a city fella from Long Island during hunting season in ya camps... [pray]

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NorthShoreLB
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This camp is no more, but it was fun wile it lasted


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