Craig Biggio's Deer Stand Houston Astros

Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by MoSkeeter0311, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. MoSkeeter0311

    MoSkeeter0311 New Member

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    Just got pix of Houston Astro's Craig Biggio's (2nd base) deer stand. This is the way us OLD TIMERS need to be setup. From the deer in the last pict I would say his stand works
     
  2. Paul S.

    Paul S. I do not follow!

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    Thats a hell of a set up, but I doubt those are Texas deer...the bodys are too big. :D
     

  3. j3dGuam

    j3dGuam Senior Member

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    I could live perfectly happy in that thing.:D
     
  4. 'SIN'ERGY

    'SIN'ERGY Senior Member

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    I wouldn't even call that hunting !
     
  5. Slippy

    Slippy Buckeyes #1

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    Yeah, at least brush it in a little. The deer I hunt wouldn't fall for that.
     
  6. Holy Smokes

    Holy Smokes Senior Member

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    Man thats a really nice crib
    Us billies would move right into that palce and think we done upgraded our house.:biggrin1:
     
  7. trussoni

    trussoni Ninja Fighting Fool

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    Thats nicer than some of the houses I rented when I was young.
     
  8. trussoni

    trussoni Ninja Fighting Fool

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    Maybe they have paid shooters and the thrill of it all is who hired the best shot.
     
  9. Hook Em

    Hook Em Slippy for President

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    I actually think those are Texas deer....you can grow them very big here if you got enough cashola! I killed a management buck down in south Texas that dressed out at 180 lbs...that was a lot of friggin meat. My Hill Country deer dress out around 100 on a good day!
     
  10. LWM

    LWM Junior Member

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    Nice lookin patch of hardwoods amongst all that mesquite:cool:
    Those are some bruisers.
     
  11. Paul S.

    Paul S. I do not follow!

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    Like LWM said, whens the last time you seen straight trees in Texas? :laugh: I'd put money those came from a midwest state.:D
     
  12. BowhuntnHoosier

    BowhuntnHoosier Bisquit.......

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    I just could not feel as thought I was hunting in something like that.:doh:
     
  13. Bozwell

    Bozwell Rytera Rocks!

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    Yep, I like the way the pics go from Texas plains scrub brush to northern Hardwoods. That must be one REALLY big patch of land!

    Them boys need to adjust their sights a little so they don't have to track them all the way to Indiana to recover them.
     
  14. Hoyt1986

    Hoyt1986 GIT R-DONE!!!!!!

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    :crazy: :crazy: :crazy: :eek: :eek:
     
  15. JDX--

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    The picture looks almost too good to be true.:tape: Hopefully it’s legit, I get a gut feeling that’s its seven monster bucks from a ranch that were tranquilized for an advertisement picture.:noidea: :noidea:
    I hope I’m wrong but that’s my first reaction.:doh:
    Very clean no blood stains any ware
    All monsters
    Quite a spread in age of hunters

    I hate gut feelings
    But I hate misrepresentations of the sport also.:mad:
     
  16. Ronhop

    Ronhop RIP

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    That thing with it's concrete pad would be a pain to move though... :laugh:

    Ron
     
  17. armyof1

    armyof1 JBK BOWSTRINS,DCAP staff

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    i wonder how much he paid the decorater to do thi inside not that he couldnt afford it but i am curiouse
     
  18. red44

    red44 Senior Member

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    If I had the money, I'd have one, and a nice rifle too. :rockon: Nice man-shack!
     
  19. armyof1

    armyof1 JBK BOWSTRINS,DCAP staff

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    thats not a hunting stant that a hunting cabin on stilts with all the trimings lol
     
  20. armyof1

    armyof1 JBK BOWSTRINS,DCAP staff

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    i just noticed something in the first pic thay have a pic of a $200,000 hunting shack with a $50 truck in the gack ground its in the center of the pic