Official team 25 - Rack Nasties thread

Discussion in '2013 Bowhunting.com Deer Contest' started by indynotch50, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. CoveyMaster

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    Those are some nice deer!!!
     
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    Nice bucks Jared! Where at in Southeast, MI do you live? We have a supplier in Jackson I've been to a few times. Also I went to school in Flint and therefore spent a lot of time in Detroit. I used to come up to the Dream Cruise every year for many years following but family and work put a damper on that party.
     
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    I went to university in Windsor. So spent 4 years across the creek from you. I would never thinks deer like that down that way.
     
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    I live in Brighton MI. Work in Livonia. Todays pics are all Mount Pleasant MI deer, on my buddy's 160 where I went to school. Got a few more this morn from him Ill throw up.

    So I see out thread title has changed...we are the Rack nasties then?
     
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    Drago,
    We used to go to Windsor on the weekends. Typically we would meet at the electric fish then go bar hopping from there, eventually ending up at the casino or "club". That was a really fun place.

    Jared,
    I have many friends that lived in those areas.
    The Rack Nasties is still tentative. I don't think it's been offically voted in, but unless someone comes up with something quick, we'll use it. Also, Brent made an awesome avatar and sig.
     
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    Sounds good lets roll with it. Yes, nice work Brent for sure.
     
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    Thanks, don't feel compelled to stay with the name because of the avatar and signature pic I made...those weren't a big deal at all and I can make new ones for something else if needed.

    We have most of the team together now so any new suggestions feel free to throw them out on the table (as far as I'm concerned).
     
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    No it's good. I want the signature one. How do I do it?

    I'm sure none of your Windsor trips ended up at the strip clubs lol or is that what "clubs" meant lol.

    Lets just say I went to a few in my days their lol

    Anyone on here good with photoshop? We can photoshop are faces on all mark drury bucks lol
     
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    Right click on my sig tag and left click "save as"...save to a picture file you can easily find. Then go to "settings" here on the forum, go to "Edit Signature".....click on "Browse" and find the saved sig tag file and doule left click on it. Once it loads click "Save" (I think) and you should be good.

    Yeah I don't have THE photoshop but the program I have is Corel and is very close. I can do that, lol.
     
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    Here you go, did this quick so it's a little sloppy. Pic one is Drury and his deer, obviously....pic two is my face photoshoped into it.

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    That's awesome!!! What a buck you shot Brent!!!
     
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    Hey fellow team mates! I am sorry about the late check in but I guess its better late than never :p. Now a little about myself. The names Gyle I live on the northern border of the Adirondacks in the Empire State. I just started college this week and the weeks prior have been a whirlwind of stress getting all the stuff figured out to get my butt in (hence the late check in). I'm living life at the sweet age of 18 right now. I have access to hunt 8 different properties but in actuality will probably only hunt 3-4. My primary spot is my girlfriends place and there are a mega load of does there. My plan is to drop a doe as early into my short bow season as possible. And as soon as I do that I will be hunting nothing but big horn in the big woods with the old bow on a rifle/muzzle tag from October 19 until December 8 or 9. My class schedule is pretty relaxed so I will be able to hunt mornings every single day of the week with the option of hunting long afternoons on Tuesday and Thursday. I may not post a whole lot but Ill definitely be keeping an eye out for everybody since Ill be using a computer a lot lately now that I have schoolwork. Over and out.
     
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    Ohh and one last side note this will be my 5th year in the stand so I do have some skill with the stick and string, and I've eaten tag soup the last 5 years too... But its not for a lack of time. Last year I sat 29 times and put well over 80 hours in the stand while going to school for 7 hours a day and playing soccer for 2.
     
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    Welcome gyle!!! Glad to have you on board!
     
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    Welcome Gyle! Glad u made it. Can't wait to see some hunt updates and glad about the doe down plan!
     
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    Sweet! I'm surprised we actually had every single member check in...we're doing very well!
    I think I'm going to slam the first mature deer I see be it a doe or buck. I've been completely out of deer meat now for like 4 months and that's too damn long!
     
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    Welcome Gyle
     
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    Glad to see the whole team has checked in I think that's a first for me since I've started hunting the contest three years ago. I've been working a lot so I apologize for not posting a lot by Friday evening I should have around 100 hours at work since Sunday atleast that's the way the schedule is going so far. I did figure out ill have about 47 days that ill be able to get into a tree if I start taking my days off on the 5 th of October our first day of buck archery here in Pennsylvania. Anyhow I should be home in the next week or so ill be able to post up a couple of the bucks that I'm after. Also ill have some doe points for us by the end of September forsure its basically a gurantee. Well I'm gonna get a shower quick and eat since I just woke up and get my butt down to the lobby for work.
     
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    That's awesome! Everyone has checked in. This is my third year also and the first time everyone has checked in. Last year we had trouble getting our replacements to check in. LOL
    I only have deerburger left, a couple of weeks ago I found a chicken mushroom and I took a little bit home with me. I cooked it with my deerburger, some garlic and butter. Man I want to tell you it was awesome! Now I'm looking for more mushrooms.
    I got my one of my cameras out yesterday. I picked up some "Deercane" and set my camera on it. I made my first video while doing it but it sucks. Got to work on it. LOL
     
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    Ohhh the university days... Ummm

    Man I hunted and partied a lot lol

    So after school I figured how can I still hunt when I want? Start my own business!
    I duck and deer hunt almost every morning before work. I wear my work clothes under neath my gear. And evenings are usually tough for me. Especially later in the season when last light is like 530 pm.
     

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