***Official LIVE from the Stand Thread, 2018***

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  1. dnoodles

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    I hope coyotes get to it and eat the whole thing, including the horns, proving conventional wisdom wrong
     
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    And then eat the unsuspecting hunter and his son.
     
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    Just had 4 does come through almost smoked s big one but the others took off and she did as well


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    OkieArrowSlinger Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Congrats Dan! You are 100% right. What’s the point of exhausting ourselves and freezing our butts off if we’re not having fun and enjoying the experiences we’re blessed to have in the woods!
     
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    Two minutes.....till sunset. (Midnight sounds better)


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    Well just shot my first public land deer! Nice looking doe, didn't see he go down. Going to wait a little bit.

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    WTG!


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    Awesome!!!


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    alright man!
     
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    Shot looked good, entered about last rib and seem to hit off side shoulder. Had another doe pop out of other side marsh at same time. So had deer on both side of me. Tough getting a shot, just hope I didn't rush it.

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    Losing light fast with the cloud cover. Maybe 5 more minutes


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    Dan, he will eat just fine! Congrats!


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    I am starting to wonder if these winds are going to calm down. Brrr! Still loving it though, beats being at work.
     
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    Actually I haven't found him. Letting my son find him so it's a surprise for all of us.
     
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    Shane0709 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Ughhhhh. Forgot my release. Looks like I’m shooting fingers tonight boys. Will this greatly affect arrow flight?


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    It could depending on how it rolls off your finger vs being pinched in the loop. How much is all dependent on the shooter.

    Have you practiced at all like that?
     
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