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tennmike wrote: »
If I had to drag a deer out, I wouldn't go deer hunting anymore. I hunt on the farm, and I use the three point utility box on the tractor to haul the deer out of the woods, back up to the tailgate of the truck, and put it in the truck bed, haul it 4 miles to the check-in station, and then drive 100 yards to the deer processor (behind the check-in station).
My favorite hunting is still squirrel hunting. I loved squirrel hunting as a kid, and still do. And like Woodsrunner, I like hunting them with a .32 cal. muzzleloader, but mine is that new fangled caplock type. Hunting squirrels with a muzzleloading rifle will teach you patience and accurate shooting like no other.
twa wrote: »
...and I am leaving work and heading to stand in one hour, 6 minutes, 32 seconds!
twa wrote: »
While I love duck and goose hunting and agree it is a great rush to decoy these birds, for me there is nothing more challenging than shooting a mature whitetail with a bow and arrow. I probably average close to 75 morning or evenings a deer season spent on stand trying to fool these elusive animals, and they make me the fool most of the time! Amazing what those hunts do for a man's soul, all the worry's just go away for a few hours. And the best thing it, opening day is today and I am leaving work and heading to stand in one hour, 6 minutes, 32 seconds!
wildgene wrote: »
...nuthin more fun than sending the boys out on a "snipe hunt"...:devil::rotflmao:
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