Why dear go far?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by featherdarrow, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. michaelp

    michaelp Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Big Tim??? It only took 5 years but you made it. Sorry fellas, Big Tim was one of my favorites and i really hope we see him over this way one day.

    Public Land patrolling, running into weed smoking ladies sitting in his stand, dodging road hunters, Tim was simply AWESOME!!!
     
  2. Siman/OH

    Siman/OH Legendary Woodsman

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    I lol'ed.

    He was the charlie brown of hunting for sure...

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  3. Just Passin thru

    Just Passin thru Grizzled Veteran

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    I dont have much experience but from what I know I agree with this.
     
  4. Just Passin thru

    Just Passin thru Grizzled Veteran

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    And I think everybody is giving him a hard time because if you were to view his other posts, they were all completey legible and don't look anything like this one does.
     
  5. gri22ly

    gri22ly Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I might learn somthing today :D....Whats the difference in a pass through (like I always get) and this smooth pass through you speak of?

    Anyone who shoots nervous and/or alert deer is a dumb ***...period.
     
  6. G-Street

    G-Street Weekend Warrior

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    If a monster buck walks out in front of me at 15 yards, I don't care if he's having a stroke from all the anxiety he's experiencing because of me in the stand, I'm letting an arrow fly. Regardless, if you watch em' die every time, don't change a thing.
     
  7. tacklebox

    tacklebox Grizzled Veteran

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    Was thinkin the same thing. Actually not sure I have ever encountered a mature buck that wasn't somewhat nervous
     
  8. fletch920

    fletch920 Grizzled Veteran

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    If I cant shoot at alert or nervous deer, I will quit. Give me an alert or nervous deer at 15 yards broadside, and I will have backstraps for dinner.
     
  9. Muzzy Man

    Muzzy Man Grizzled Veteran

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    With sharp broadheads that hit their mark, there will be a short blood trail. What you see in videos is as often as not a shot that was set up for the camera or to sell something. If you are dropping them with Zwickeys keep it up, they are great heads. Just beware, sooner or later, you're going to find yourself on the other side of one of those "Dohhhh!" shots and you need to know what to do. Stay calm, wait eight, get a dog, whatever, just know its going to happen sooner or later and you need a good plan when it does.
     
  10. nhbowhunt

    nhbowhunt Weekend Warrior

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    muzzy man is right if you hunt for a long you will have one go some good distancejust be ready
     
  11. Goin4-200

    Goin4-200 Weekend Warrior

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    Seriously?
     
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    Every couple of months? I'm here everyday...
     

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