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    Default praticein' fer tha deer season

    What is your favorite time and place ta practice fer deer huntin"?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    What is your favorite time and place ta practice fer deer huntin"?
    time----------------------NIGHT TIME
    place---------------------BACK OF THE TRUCK
    specialty items needed----SPOT LIGHT

    I cut things up and split them down!

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    [QUOTE=BOWMAN;62904]time----------------------NIGHT TIME
    place---------------------BACK OF THE TRUCK
    specialty items needed----SPOT LIGHT

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    time----------------------NIGHT TIME
    place---------------------BACK OF THE TRUCK
    specialty items needed----SPOT LIGHT



    That aint practicing.... Thats hunting in a lot of the country!
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poorman View Post
    That aint practicing.... Thats hunting in a lot of the country!



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    I shoot in my backyard right before dark when it's not as hot. Just been shootin a bag target. I need to break out the foam deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I shoot in my backyard right before dark when it's not as hot. Just been shootin a bag target. I need to break out the foam deer.
    Yup tha time has arrived. dusk till dawn oh I mean dusk or dawn from an elevated stand if ya hunt from one.

    And remember ta bend at tha waist



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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I shoot in my backyard right before dark when it's not as hot. Just been shootin a bag target. I need to break out the foam deer.
    chewie.........
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Yup tha time has arrived. dusk till dawn oh I mean dusk or dawn from an elevated stand if ya hunt from one.

    And remember ta bend at tha waist
    I think I'm gonna use a ground blind this year. I took a spill off a ladder in January and messed my left ankle up pretty bad, multiple surgeries and lots of plates and screws to fix. I'm just now starting to get back to normal.

    I'm a little leery of ladders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I think I'm gonna use a ground blind this year. I took a spill off a ladder in January and messed my left ankle up pretty bad, multiple surgeries and lots of plates and screws to fix. I'm just now starting to get back to normal.

    I'm a little leery of ladders.
    Oh my. How in tha world did ya fall.
    i can't say as I blame ya either.

    I have said that huntin' from tha ground is like being plugged in ta 220v



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    I like to spend the month of july and august hunting ground hogs with my bow. By the time the season comes around I either have a lot of confidence, or I have no arrows
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Oh my. How in tha world did ya fall.
    i can't say as I blame ya either.

    I have said that huntin' from tha ground is like being plugged in ta 220v
    It was an old ladder and it actually broke while I was climbing. To quote Chris Farley, "The doctors say I have a little bit of a weight problem"

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    I usally shoot every night at dusk...to get used ti low light...


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    I normally shoot about sunset. It's alot cooler and I can practice low light shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poorman View Post
    That aint practicing.... Thats hunting in a lot of the country!
    Just remember, use the 60 and lead them!
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    3D every Wednesday evening. I ususlly get my round in between 7-8:30 PM. Perfect!
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    in Texas in August i like to shoot indoors with the A/C running.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    What is your favorite time and place ta practice fer deer huntin"?
    all the time at home...
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    Got me a platform built on the side of the pole barn.

    I try to get up there and fling arrows two or three times a week during the summer. Thats not counting what I am doing with the target bow.

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    i like to practice from a tree stand to be more realistic

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