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    Default After the hunt

    So tell me what do all of you great hunters do when hunting season is over. Lets hear it. Me i wait for the ice to freeze, love those tasty Bluegills and Perch! oh ya! Lone Wolf.

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    Same here when I am not hunting I am fishing water frozen or not.... Fish hunt fish hunt fish hunt.... I guess I work too but that is only to hunt and fish
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    When the season is over it's all indoor spots for me.....lots of tournaments and leagues We also do a lot of ice fishing.

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    indoor and Ice fishing is were its at.....when we are not riding......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Default Enjoy a little boredom.

    Watch college basketball and hunting shows on tv. Feed cows, shoot in my yard, build arrows, talk about last season and next years prospects. No indoor archery within 100 miles around here that I know of.

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    Default Its over

    when the hunting season is over, I eat alot of meat.

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    I love the winter to tune up my form shooting Dots. Love dem dots . Holy Smokes



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    i fish, salmon and steelhead i work a few days a month too.
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    sit inside and get fat

    this year I'll be shooting my first spots league though so thats something to look forward to... especially considering i haven't shot my spots bow (OG) for about 2 1/2 months
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    Constantly mess with my bows, shoot indoor 3D and spot leagues go to tourneys stuff like that
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    I like to do some scouting after season. Gives me an idea of what exactly I missed while sitting in my stands. Gotta find me a new indoor range to shoot this year. Maybe I'll try the Archers Spot it is only about 20-25 miles from here. Only problem is they do not deal in Mathews yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    I like to do some scouting after season. Gives me an idea of what exactly I missed while sitting in my stands. Gotta find me a new indoor range to shoot this year. Maybe I'll try the Archers Spot it is only about 20-25 miles from here. Only problem is they do not deal in Mathews yet.
    Hmm 25 miles to avoid the Mathews Fanboys huh... I would consider the drive time well spent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    Hmm 25 miles to avoid the Mathews Fanboys huh... I would consider the drive time well spent!
    he is a Mathews fanboy........ you should think before posting
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    he is a Mathews fanboy........ you should think before posting
    I did... I was hoping he was going to convert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    I did... I was hoping he was going to convert
    I shoot a Mathews also, right now its taking a long knap! I will wake it up real soon though! Lone Wolf! P.S. Yes its tired of shooting more deer than those other bows that i just cant mention!

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    I ski at least 3 times a week, often 4. Winter rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    I did... I was hoping he was going to convert
    and lower himself to your side of the tracks.......that side of the tracks is were bad things happen....like wrestling.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    I did... I was hoping he was going to convert
    I gave them a call and it seems as though they have the Mathews dealership from my old shop that closed. They have been wanting this for awhile I was told. So it seems as though they did'nt even deal in Mathews and were Darksiders.


    Sorry for the HIJACKING now
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    Default After the hunt - when the real work begins

    After season I focus on three things:

    1) Excercise - I like to keep the old ticker and lungs in good shape. Dragging deer ain't for the weak. I also like to lift weights 2-3 times a week to keep the arms in top shape for a smooth draw and keep the legs in shape for rugged hikes during season caring gear and/or climbers into the woods.

    2) Shed hunting/scouting - who lives hear and what did I miss.

    3) More access - find out who owns that land then get access for a bowhunter.

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    Still have a couple wks of bow season left and still plan to hunt as hard as possible.But after that i'm going to do a lot of cutting where my stands are at.....had a lot of tall under growth this past season.It's a lot easier to do that in the winter than in the summer....don't have to put up with the ticks/chiggers......than it's time to start thinking about spring turkey season..
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