weird year for me

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  1. bloodcrick

    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    For the life of me i cant get a Doe close enough for a shot. They either are two far away or come directly below me when its to dark to see my pins :confused: last year i couldnt keep them away :d On a good note, im seeing bucks almost everytime out now but nothing i want to shoot. Just for kicks im throwing in pics from the stand sight that gave me poison ivy bad :cry: The beaver dam is nice to look at, but i cant here a thing because of the mini water fall. I have hunted here twice and seen bucks twice from it. There are Rubs everywhere some really nice ones but the corn is still stanging in a near by field. I look for it to get better as soon as the corn is out. here is some pics for kicks :deer:
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    TFOX if your reading, this ones for you..thats right, batman goes hunting with me :d
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    Rory/MO Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Nice watch :d
     
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    OKbowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Atleast you're seeing bucks. That's gonnna pay off in about 3 weeks:d

    Batman huh? I figured this was more your style:d:d:d

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    My wife would love that watch!
     
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    That's how It seems to go sometimes Dan. Have some patience bud, the good hunting Is coming when that corn comes out like you said.;)
     
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    as soon as nov 2nd hit and daylight savings kicks in you'll be better off... wait not sure if indiana recognizes the time change???
     
  7. bloodcrick

    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    I am not a sissy :smash: :lol:
     
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    I beg to differ!! :deer:
     
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    Never fear, the buck sightings will pay off. One of these days they'll make a mistake. Have you considered laying down a scent trail to your shooting lanes? Perhaps from a scrape or rub line to you? Even if you do it on your way out, it may alter the bucks travel pattern slightly. Good luck!
     
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    Did you guys edit out his tears when he couldn't get out of the bedroom due to Turkey Trauma?
     
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    Nice stand pics there Crik. Can you add a light to your sight. I have one that really works slick & allows you to see them in a blind & under a heavy pine canopy, when it's still legal, but too dark under the canopy. It lights up a real small blue light & lights up the fiber optic, so it doesn't spook the deer.
     
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    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    Hunsucker and Race,,,,you two chumps got it comming :ninja: :smash: :tu:
    Hank, my sights are the sword twilight hunter. They have a three setting light, they are bitchin i tell ya :rock:
     

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