***Nock 'Em and Drop 'EM - Team 12***

Discussion in '2016 Bowhunting.com Deer Contest' started by SuperKirby, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. SuperKirby

    SuperKirby Weekend Warrior

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    Not a terrible thing as long as it lets up by hunting season. Though I have found work really gets in the way of things like scouting and shooting and most other hunting related things I want to do.
     
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    jleger checking in....Jeremy
     
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    Say hello to the newest walk on archery pro staff member ;)
     
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    SuperKirby Weekend Warrior

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    Holy cow, he does exist!! We're a full team boys. My name is Vince (aka Superkirby) and welcome to the future winning team of the 2016 Deer contest. You're a little late on voting on the name. You can still vote on a logo. Join in, be part of the team. You got 17 pages worth of valuable team information to catch up on. And it's ALL important.
     
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    Hello.

    Got a story to tell?
     
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    Not really but I just signed my. Contract with them and am now a pro staff member with them
     
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    Hey, that's a better story than I have. Congrats!
     
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    I take 4-6 weeks off to hunt continuously. scouting is done just have to hang stands in the next couple of weeks and get gear together. I don't trim stands out so hanging will be easy.

    congrats on the signing! been there years ago with martin archery. enjoy it! it doesn't last forever!
     
  9. DoubleLung

    DoubleLung Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If the vote is still going for team logo.. I vote #2.

    A few bucks running around our parts with no velvet on.! September 17th can't come soon enough.
     
  10. JesseHunts

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    Getting a new bow from my pro staff I'm getting the new breed nemesis looks cool they aren't up north much though
     
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    Jessehunts What are some of the requirements on this new prostaff you got on? Are you mostly self filmed I have never heard of them before?
     
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    Nice. Heard good things about new breed. Never seen one in a shop around here though I admittedly haven't been to too many shops. I will say that I have my eye on an obsession whenever I get to go bow shopping again.
     
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    Vote is going through the end of the day. I'll add yours. Everyone that hasn't voted hurry and get it done. Today's the last day.
     
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    BukFvr21 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I voted for #2 right?

    Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
     
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    Yes you did.
     
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    It's kind of hard to talk about because I do have contract. but really not too much really just filming and promoting my products
     
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    What brands of trail cams is everyone using? I use 6 wild game and have 1 stealth cam have had good luck with both. Batteries last forever and picture quality is good I use the cloak mp8 for the wild game with no complaints. Anyone else have any cams in the $100 dollar range they recommend?
     
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    I use stealth came reconyx and wild game trail cams I am getting some more here pretty soon though
     
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    BukFvr21 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I use wild game exclusively. I do use one Moultrie cheapy that runs on C batteries and I want to chuck it every time I pull cards from it.

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    I had two spy points and a primos. Honestly for picture quality I liked the primos the best. Unfortunately the primos and one spy point has succumbed to moisture and bugs so I'm down to one. Hoping to upgrade and add a few for next year.
     

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