Team 27 - Thwack Pack

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  1. CToutdoorsman

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    This past week has been nuts with rain! every other day it was on and off rain with yesterday being all downpours! I have my nephews in town so I may take them to check the camera near the house and see what has hit the minerals!!!
     
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    This fella ain't doing bad for June! 20190621_201942.jpg
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    that will be a nice one. i hope he sticks around for you.
     
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    New team avatar?
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    Man I am dying out here in CO. I put out trail cameras last weekend. 2 hour drive and almost a 3 hour hike in to where I set them. 1) To prevent other people from finding them. 2) To prevent me from checking them for a few months. I will miss my weekly camera checks from June-August! I am flying home today and will be coming back monday. I am going to get atleast three cameras set up and wont plan on checking them until Christmas time which is probably the next time I will be back in NY. Hopefully my Coverts perform like they always have, throw a fresh set of alkalines, a 16 GB card in and they are good to go for the year! Has anyone been shooting? I dropped off my bow to a local shop here to get restrung and the sight that Troy graciously gave me put on. Besides that my setup will be the same as last year.
     
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    I have been shooting just about every day I have finally figured out my thumb trigger release and it feels awesome to finally have my confidence back!
     
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    I usually don't shoot until a week before season. i don't switch anything on my bow throughout the year. i've been shooting for 30years. kind of like riding a bike. once my house is done i hope to get some shooting in just for fun but i'm not counting on it before season.
     
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    I finally got my decorations hung up at my new house!
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    I'm the same way. I actually get more bad habits if I shoot a ton.
     
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    Guys, I got my new bow and it is a thing of beauty! IMG_20190629_135132.jpg IMG_20190629_135056.jpg
     
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    Didn't think I was going to but I pulled cards today... 2 of the 5 cams full. Can't wait to get home and check them.
     
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    I’m waiting for pics of Dialator Fix


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    4 full cameras 9000 pics maybe 20 deer pics 100 fox pics and the rest were all weeds moving
    I have to go back and do cam angle maintenance today.
     
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    Finally! someone that speaks the truth! lol
     
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    Attached is my 2 acre plot and targeted is a new stand I put in last night. I have always stayed out of the woods and hunted the plot or edges but found the highlighted corridor of no trees last night. So I put up a stand and will be raking out the lane of no trees and going in later and planting a micro plot as a staging area. The lane is 100 yards long and anything going from bedding ( North ) will have to cross via that woods and lane to reach my plot, which remember... Will be the only food source as farmers do not look to be planting.
     
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    Just finished cleaning then raking the area . Have to say I'm kinda excited about this one IMG_20190703_105747162.jpeg IMG_20190703_105558059.jpeg
     
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    Looks like a killing stand to me! From what I’ve had prior history with, new stands = the best stands when you play your cards right


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