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    Talking Hunting Arrows

    How many do you take while hunting ?

    I take 4 all with broadheads and do not have a bow quiver but a hip , that I hang where I can get quickly to any arrows while in the tree stand .



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    I take 4 with bhs and one judo . One shot one kill........ 4 deer are getting to be alot to drag out even with my cart any more in a day.............

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    Talking A little known fact !

    I thought of buying a cart , but there are way too many branches and logs in the timber that I hunt in , I do use a kid's size plastic sled during times of snow !

    What kind of cart do you have ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    I thought of buying a cart , but there are way too many branches and logs in the timber that I hunt in , I do use a kid's size plastic sled during times of snow !

    What kind of cart do you have ?
    Radio Flyer!!!!!!! And I only take the one arrow alot less to carry around the Aussie the bush!!!!!!The old ways are still the best???????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    I thought of buying a cart , but there are way too many branches and logs in the timber that I hunt in , I do use a kid's size plastic sled during times of snow !

    What kind of cart do you have ?


    Its a 2 wheeld cart that i bought from bass pro not sure of the brand . if you carry a spare ratchet strap it will haul two does at a time............

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    Quote Originally Posted by duanelane View Post
    Its a 2 wheeld cart that i bought from bass pro not sure of the brand . if you carry a spare ratchet strap it will haul two does at a time............
    NiceThe way carpshooters talking himself up it'll have to be a 6 doe cart for sure!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    NiceThe way carpshooters talking himself up it'll have to be a 6 doe cart for sure!!!!




    Heck ive never even seen that many does in his neck of the woods...........

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    I usually take 5, because I have a 5 arrow quiver. I'll usually have 4 with broadheads and 1 with what i call a critter getter, usually a small game head.

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    4 - all broadheads.
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    I take 5.

    3 sharp, one dull or used for second or kill shots, and one practise for those days when I can't stand Mr. Squirrel another moment.

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    3 for me. I usually have 2 fixed blade heads and 1 mechanical for windy times. No particular reason for 3, never needed more than 1. Just in case I guess.
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    4 arrows and 4 broad-heads in a bow quiver! Last year I needed 2 for one deer. Stupid bump in a tree
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    Default six arrows, four is not enough

    All broadheads Rage 2 inch, I love them. I take all game animals while bow hunting why deprive myself of a good time. I can do that and attract deer using the sound masking "Deceiver" by Slice A Life Archery. Sometimes six arrows is not enough!

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