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Palmetto Traditional Bowhunters
Carolina Traditional Archers

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Palmetto Traditional Bowhunters
Carolina Traditional Archers

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dodgethis
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VERY NICE, haven't gotten my gun-season bow deer yet, but that is a nice score

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I believe we choose the stick and string because extreme efforts and obstacles can and should be used to raise personal achievements to new heights and deeper meanings.

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doublewhopper
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That recurve looks pretty solid. What kind of bow is that? Also nice shooting. Looks like a nice heart shot.
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yellow bow
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good job,congrats!
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The bow is a Harrleson T/D recurve made by Lynn Harrelson of Fitzpatrick, AL. The arrow entered the left side of the rib cage and exited right side clipping the right lung.

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Palmetto Traditional Bowhunters
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WTG [clapper]

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Never drop your gun to hug a Grizzly.

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Ybuck
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nice shoot'n, nice buck! Congrats. [Not Worthy]

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Steve.

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varmint
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Congrats!!

Every deer I take with my bow in SC is a gun season bow kill.I'm in the lowcountry and we don't have any seperate seasons.I have to put up with dog hunting and guns blasting from day one till the closer.

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Bowhunting......A way of life and death.

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Varmint,
I understand what you mean. When my father was living, we belonged to a dog club in Denmark. I like the hunt clubs for the sake of fellowship. Met some good people and made some good friends. But I always wanted a place down their to just stand hunt. And some of the deer down there are are monsters! We had a lot of dairies around the property. But I actually found a spot not far from there that I will be hunting next season. What kind of trad gear are you shooting?

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varmint
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Depends on my mood at the time.Spent most of the season with my BBO Longbow 66" and #50ish @ 28".But,there's also a Jeffery recurve,a Dwyer Longbow,a Tomahawk Diamond Longbow that make it to the woods too.Soon to be a Schafer Silvertip Longbow(2pc and a 3pc),man I'm getting too many bows......Like wood shafts for all of them,mainly POC for the lighter bows and Birch for the heavier poundage bows.

Are you a member of the SCBA??Planning on making it to the Annual Rabbit Hunt??We always have a great time,and the rabbits usually have nothing to fear.......

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Bowhunting......A way of life and death.

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