Pre-Season Excitement

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Re: Pre-Season Excitement

Postby kellory » Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:29 pm

I am thinking of adding these to my hunting tools Right after a game camera) Anyone seen these yet?

and a set of these to match ... arrows.htm

It should fit in a capped section of PVC and would even float. (Keep the string dry too) ;)
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Re: Pre-Season Excitement

Postby Sailfish » Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:26 am

I think you need help with controlling your herd.
I've seen property overrun like that with those type of horned deer.
I'm offering my assistance in your endeavor. :lol:

Great pics and property you have there!!

Actually I don't resize them. I just load them onto does it for me.
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Re: Pre-Season Excitement

Postby rthomas4 » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:06 am

Yeah, I always get some great pictures, but usually never get an opportunity to kill the really nice bucks. I'm the only person in the area that plants food plots, but I have a guy that bow hunts right next to our place, along with a club that hunts a large block behind us, and of course the poachers from the neighborhood that borders our property; not to mention the cars that usually take out several of them on the highway that fronts our place.
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