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Anybody else on the board do any deer hunting, whether by bow or gun ? Its been a passion of mine for a long time and Im just curious who else might share that interest .

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Deer are beautiful, and soooo tasty!

I've done gun season in Maryland and Delaware with my stepdad a few times. Bow season starts Labor Day Weekend and you can hunt pretty much all the way into January. Gun season is only around ten days or so.

Need to go again, cuz my freezer's empty!

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I've done gun season in Maryland and Delaware with my stepdad a few times. Bow season starts Labor Day Weekend and you can hunt pretty much all the way into January. Gun season is only around ten days or so.

Need to go again, cuz my freezer's empty!
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GOing next weekend. Antlerless season for gun. Gonna tak off in 30 mins to sight in rifles and we are teaching my niece to shoot today.


Gulapoke, if ya really want some deer meat, if I get one, want some? We are hunting the CWD area next weekend.

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well since this was brought up

i havent hunted deer but i would like to...last season (las year) i did do that wild bore hunt at ted nugents(sp?) private ranch last year. i got me a 400 pound fat fucker
i got him good with 1 shoot to the frontal rib cage around the heart. only had to walk 40 feet to find him..but it wasnt hard by the trail he left.


i am up for it mike if you want to do BOW...i dont have a rifle yet...but i know a can borrow 1 no problem...and no i didnt eat the bore...i gave it to some guy that didnt score nothing.
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Hey Mike,

I was just praticing with the bow a couple weeks ago. I'm probably going hunting in the next couple of weeks.

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(las year) i did do that wild bore hunt at ted nugents(sp?) private ranch last year.....

and no i didnt eat the bore...


WOW!! I never knew you could hunt bore.


What kind of bore? rifle bore? pilot bore? wood bore?

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I've never done it but its always been something I've wanted to do.
I've done lots of target shooting both bow and guns. I've gone hunting a a handful of times. Out of those handful only got one shot opportunity. It was the first time I shot a bow from a tree stand 20' high. Needless to say the shot went right over the deers back. I'm going again in a couple of weeks. Maybe this time.

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Love to hunt. I always go down to Bureau county for deer with bow and shotgun (season). Nov 2 and 9 down to iroqouis for pheasant. Jan to wyoming for mule deer rifle. and Virginia usually Dec for deer.

5 years ago went to montana (Bute) for bear. Beautiful country up there. I am trying to organize a hunt in the near future (5-6yrs) to go black bear with a bow. Not many people interested unless its rifle.

Anyone very proficent sp?? with a bow and interested lets get a big hunt together. I've got a couple guys.

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Love to hunt. I always go down to Bureau county for deer with bow and shotgun (season). Nov 2 and 9 down to iroqouis for pheasant. Jan to wyoming for mule deer rifle. and Virginia usually Dec for deer.

5 years ago went to montana (Bute) for bear. Beautiful country up there. I am trying to organize a hunt in the near future (5-6yrs) to go black bear with a bow. Not many people interested unless its rifle.

Anyone very proficent sp?? with a bow and interested lets get a big hunt together. I've got a couple guys.

I've been shooting a bow since I could walk. Unfortunately I am without one right now. If I get a new one by the time you go I may be interested depending on when and where.

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Excellent! It would probably be a little while like i said. (1 9mo and 1 newborn on the way)

I hope to go north to Montana or somewhere abundant with big bear. The only rule we usually have is the hunter with the kill must give a taste to the other hunters. unless EVERYONE get a KILL!

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Excellent! It would probably be a little while like i said. (1 9mo and 1 newborn on the way)

I hope to go north to Montana or somewhere abundant with big bear. The only rule we usually have is the hunter with the kill must give a taste to the other hunters. unless EVERYONE get a KILL!

Dude...If I were to kill a bear I think it would be appropriate to throw a party to eat all the taste's

I have no problem with that.

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That sounds like a hell of an idea to me! There ain't nothin like the taste of a big bear steak on the grill with grilled onions sauted in butter and a cold beer to wash it down!!!!!!!!!!!




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That sounds like a hell of an idea to me! There ain't nothin like the taste of a big bear steak on the grill with grilled onions sauted in butter and a cold beer to wash it down!!!!!!!!!!!



It's a plan. Hope I have a bow and can go.

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hey guys i got a back target and theres plenty of area around me if you guys wanna pratice...plus theres a indoor range close by me here and it also has an out door range set up with animals.

the indoor is 20 yards.

and the guy is old and cranky but knows his stuff.

anyway...who is gonna start this trip?
i am in.

and i got some good equipment..i like gearing anything i got to the max...i even got a fiber optic lighted sights for dusk or dawn shooting..lol..thats what they call it but shit..i even tag something in the dark too...lmao
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That sounds SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good!!!!




Maybe I'm a wuss, but if hunting bear, I'd prefer to have a nice LONG GUN plus a sidearm!

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and i got some good equipment..i like gearing anything i got to the max...i even got a fiber optic lighted sights for dusk or dawn shooting..lol..thats what they call it but shit..i even tag something in the dark too...lmao
Sights....who needs sites. J/K I learned to shoot without them after missing the deer from the tree stand. It takes some time to learn but shooting "instinctively" takes some of the error out of elevation and distance variance.

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shooting free hand is for low tech hunters that shoot cows while your drunk...you can be more precise then a GUN with a BOW with fine tuned sites and a CONSTINT shooting postour(sp?) key points.

i learned as a kid with my dads STRIGHT BOW...nothing but an arrow rest and a fucken string and that was a 70 pound pull..not bad for a 11 year old huh..lmao

next time ya come over lets shoot my bow

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shooting free hand is for low tech hunters that shoot cows while your drunk...you can be more precise then a GUN with a BOW with fine tuned sites and a CONSTINT shooting postour(sp?) key points.

i learned as a kid with my dads STRIGHT BOW...nothing but an arrow rest and a fucken string and that was a 70 pound pull..not bad for a 11 year old huh..lmao

next time ya come over lets shoot my bow

want some pics of it?

I learned When I was 7. My grandpa gave me a small compound bow. By the time I was 11 I was already shooting a real size compound of my own for some time. So . If you shoot with sites you need to judge your distance when the opportunity for a shot comes up. If you learn instinct shooting it all falls into place. Don't knock it till you try it. No it's not looking down the shaft of the arrow. I'm not sure you really know what it is but when your ready to progress and meet a new challenge I show you.

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Nice. How much noise does it make when you shoot it???

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not much as far as i can tell its pretty damm quite
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That's sweet. That's what I look for in a bow. I see you have silencers on it already. My Grandpa's got an inside cam design to eliminate the rod that holds the secondary strings back from the primary. It's great cause you never hear the strings rubbing against the rod when you pull it back.

Look closely at how the cams work on his bow and the hole top and bottom arm pivot. I love this bow!!!

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Check it out. Here's the website for the bow I was talking about.

http://www.oneidaeaglebows.com/oneidapages/Page2.html

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cool never shoot one of those before
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Maybe we can ride to MI next year to shoot his. Trust me it's sweet. I just saw a dealer site they run between $550 and $750 depending on which model you get.

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sounds like a plan..plus thats cheaper then mine if it shoots better..lol
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