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    Default Two rules for pre-season scouting deer

    Rule number 1---

    Bring a new shooter with you, preferrably one that has never been deer hunting, ever.

    Rule number 2---

    Do not forget to bring the camera.


    Last night I took GaryJ for a ride to check the trail cam and glass the fields I hunt. We seen 20 bucks in a one hour period! One Looked 150+, 4 were 125+, and 10 looked like fine 2.5 year old 8 points.

    Not one picture , and a new bowhunter that now has this expectation level.
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    i know the feeling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    Rule number 1---

    Bring a new shooter with you, preferrably one that has never been deer hunting, ever.

    Rule number 2---

    Do not forget to bring the camera.


    Last night I took GaryJ for a ride to check the trail cam and glass the fields I hunt. We seen 20 bucks in a one hour period! One Looked 150+, 4 were 125+, and 10 looked like fine 2.5 year old 8 points.

    Not one picture , and a new bowhunter that now has this expectation level.
    Well I can tell your're not in NY...


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenarrow View Post
    Well I can tell your're not in NY...
    I dunno, my freind in NY has been sending some pics of nice bucks the past few years....
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    Running Trail Cams has opened up a whole new sport to me this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    Running Trail Cams has opened up a whole new sport to me this year.

    Dan
    Trail cams are definatly alot of fun. But I am having trouble getting more than 22 pictures out of a 512 meg card in my camera.

    So much nicer seeing them in person though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    Rule number 1---

    Bring a new shooter with you, preferrably one that has never been deer hunting, ever.

    Rule number 2---

    Do not forget to bring the camera.


    Last night I took GaryJ for a ride to check the trail cam and glass the fields I hunt. We seen 20 bucks in a one hour period! One Looked 150+, 4 were 125+, and 10 looked like fine 2.5 year old 8 points.

    Not one picture , and a new bowhunter that now has this expectation level.


    Yo Cameron!! I forgot to mention I'll be hunting with you this year!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    Yo Cameron!! I forgot to mention I'll be hunting with you this year!!!

    HHMMM, shooting lessons bartered for tree stand time. I think something could be worked out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    HHMMM, shooting lessons bartered for tree stand time. I think something could be worked out.
    works for me!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    works for me!!
    See ya at Livingston Gun Club on one of our 3D days in September. Oh ya, hunting place is 5 miles from the club.
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    you forgot rule #3

    also take a gun, case you see a monster and cant wait till bow season to take him home.......

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    just kidding!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullspotter View Post
    just kidding!!!!!!!
    No your not!!!
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    at least you take em home.... around here they let em lay in the fields

    Jim

    Ps...sounds like a good trip.... hope your buddy gets the bug!!!!!!!
    have bow; will travel

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    good stuff
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