How do you upload pictures?

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  1. boonedog

    boonedog Weekend Warrior

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    Can somebody tell me how to put pictures in my posts? Thanks!
     
  2. OKbowhunter

    OKbowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Do you have a Photobucket account? If so, simply upload them to Photobuck and copy and paste the "IMG" code into your post.

    If you don't have a Photobucket account you can make one. It is simple and free.
     
  3. bloodcrick

    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    yep what he said.. but i think photobucket has been down today. i cant even get the sight to come up :confused:
     
  4. OKbowhunter

    OKbowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's working for me:d
     
  5. boonedog

    boonedog Weekend Warrior

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    Thank you! That took about 3 minutes and was very easy!

    October 9th buck, 7:15 in the morning

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    going in on the first day!
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    Setting up a bigfoot XL stand
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  6. OKbowhunter

    OKbowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    And a nice buck indeed. Congrats boonedog.

    I like those chocolate bases, and that is a really nice photo.
     
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    jfergus7 Legendary Woodsman

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    Great picture! Got to love it when you have the whole day to go after another one!
     
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    stikbow26 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Congrats on a great buck!!! Walt
     
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    isaiah Grizzled Veteran

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    sweet pics, especially the one hanging the stand!
     
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    Schultzy Grizzled Veteran

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    Sweet buck!!! Congratulation's!!!
     
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    MechDoc Weekend Warrior

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    Nice buck boone!!Did you hit him a litte far back?I cant really tell in that picture.
     
  12. boonedog

    boonedog Weekend Warrior

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    Yes actually, I set up about 30 yards from an early rub on a 3 inch diameter tree. I was facing the rub. He came in directly behind me at 50 yards picking around on an alfalfa field and kept looking at the rub but never came in. Then he started walking directly away from me, I made that goofy mouth "meep" and he turned just enough for me to slip one in. It was just in front of his left hip and ran the length of his body lodging in his sternum with just the fletching sticking out the back. Made a nice 1 inch deep slash through the bottom half of his heart. He went about 20 yards making it just back into his bedding area before crashing into the sapplings.
     
  13. in da woods

    in da woods Grizzled Veteran

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    Nice deer. I'm trying to set up pics here too, but with dial up that really takes some time.
     

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