Thread: So Who All Hunt??

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    Senior Member RSieck's Avatar
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    How about some velvet pics..










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    More... The bucks are all in bachelor groups still...


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    You're killing me RS! Nice bucks.
    "It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value." - Albert Einstein

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    Got over an acre of food plots planted last week, just waiting on some rain to make the seed germinate. Sept. 20 is the first day.. Hope to knock one down then, then I can screw off the rest of the fall...lol
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    JUST TO SET THE MOOD LOL. Find the hunter.
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    I'm new to this forum, been a c4 quad since 1985. Back then there was no internet & info was hard to come by. I've figured out a lot of different rigs for hunting, fishing, shooting. Have been around the country some on outfitter hunts, organized hunts for disabled hunters. Also volunteered for Buckmasters a little, I mostly hunt where I live in NY (not the city) and I've taken a bunch of deer, turkey, coyote even 2 elk out west. It can be done at any level of sci. I use a sharpshooter w/c rest, BeAdaptive trigger rig & my .270 for most of my deer hunts. I'd be glad to share info thanks, Jeff

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    Welcome aboard Jeff. You have a lot of helpful info to share, so glad you finally found us.

    weeeelz
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    It's time! The van is cleaned, packed and I'm hitting the road early in the morning to drive 4 hours to Sanford NC for a day and a half deer hunt with Jerome Davis(the ex-PBR Pro. Bull Rider that broke his neck a few years back). He's hosting his 4th annual disabled deer hunt and should have roughly 75 hunters this year, hunting properties in two counties. NC DNR donates our licenses and we can each kill up to 6 deer in two days. It's a management hunt so I'm living by the brown-it's-down philosophy this weekend.

    I'll leave there after the party Sat evening and get back late. Sunday morning it's up early and off for a 5-hour drive to SE Ohio to bow hunt for 3-4 days. I'm pumped about both hunts and will try to catch up on sleep when I get back. It should be fun and I'll try to keep things updated here. Wish me luck!
    "It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value." - Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadEye View Post
    It's time! The van is cleaned, packed and I'm hitting the road early in the morning to drive 4 hours to Sanford NC for a day and a half deer hunt with Jerome Davis(the ex-PBR Pro. Bull Rider that broke his neck a few years back). He's hosting his 4th annual disabled deer hunt and should have roughly 75 hunters this year, hunting properties in two counties. NC DNR donates our licenses and we can each kill up to 6 deer in two days. It's a management hunt so I'm living by the brown-it's-down philosophy this weekend.

    I'll leave there after the party Sat evening and get back late. Sunday morning it's up early and off for a 5-hour drive to SE Ohio to bow hunt for 3-4 days. I'm pumped about both hunts and will try to catch up on sleep when I get back. It should be fun and I'll try to keep things updated here. Wish me luck!
    Go get 'em, Robin.

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