Episode 11

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  1. dnoodles

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    Love to see Tim rocking the Old School Treebark Camo!
    I had no idea they still made it.

    Looked like the new DoubleCross tore her up. Any exit hole pics?
     
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    Good episode! Congrats on a good start to the season. I can't wait for Oct. 1st and cooler temps here in NY!

    Josh- I give you a ton of credit, I just had my second ACL surgery in Feb, best of luck with your rehab.
     
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    Shoot Straight Weekend Warrior

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    Agree 100% on the Treebark, Im going to have to find me some of that. Reminds me of hunting with Grandpa!
     
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    It's old school Mossy Oak bottomland, boys. Get your camos straight! :woot:
     
  5. dnoodles

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    Huh... Had to watch it on the big screen later to confirm. Originally watched the episode on my phone.
    Either way it's old school and very cool! I used to have a Golden Eagle in Mossy Oak Bottomland back in like 94. Was a great bow.
     
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    Oddly enough I have my old Golden Eagle in Bottomland camo in our warehouse. It's pretty sweet!

    I've always wondered if someone was going to resurrect the Golden Eagle/Satellite brands. They were a big deal in archery for a long, long time.
     
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    I am a natural at "Old School" .. :usa: ... I have harvested a lot of deer over the years in Mossy Oak camo ... "Bottomlands" was their original 1986 camo .. when I seen that Scentlok had it in their early season collection ... I had to have it .. !! The scentlok technology coupled with that "old school" proven pattern ... is awesome!! can't wait for cool/cold weather to get here .. I'll be breaking out my insulated Lacrosse Alpha Burly in "Old School" Solid Green/Yellow Trim ... .. ! ... Deer will Die ... !!

    as far as the NAP Double Cross ... it sure put a gash all the way through that doe .. !
     
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    Awesome video good hunts both in my home state can't wait till it cools down a little....BOWHUNT OR DIE
     
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    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I love how BHOD episodes get longer and better every season !!
     
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    jfergus7 Legendary Woodsman

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    Having seen every episode of BHOD I think that Clintons segment was my favorite and the best segment ever on the show. From the quality of the footage and audio to the amazing job he did describing what he did this spring with the pictures, panoramic photo and food plot image. Not sure what all the other guys on the team could learn from it but it sure seemed to have my attention a lot more then all the other interviews I have seen with guys sitting on tailgates or porch steps. Great job Clinton!
     
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    Where can i find the web show i for some reason cant find it on my phone
     
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    jfergus7 Legendary Woodsman

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    You can download them from iTunes or your podcast player or you can go to Bowhunting.com and at the top you will see videos link.
     
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    Thanks, sorry it took me so long to respond. This knee thing is no fun, it changes everything you do. How is your knee doing?
     

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