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    Im putting in for mine went scouting last night amd saw an 8 point and 2 four pointers and about 30 other doe last night all within a quarter mile of where my blind will be. This is going to be my first deer hunting season and im excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedneckMedic View Post
    Im putting in for mine went scouting last night amd saw an 8 point and 2 four pointers and about 30 other doe last night all within a quarter mile of where my blind will be. This is going to be my first deer hunting season and im excited.
    First time deer hunter? Well hope you get hooked. Hunters are a dying breed with today supermarket pussies. They wouldnt know how to pluck a feather from a chicken let alone butcher an animal for table fair. Good for you!!!! First thing to learn is to just enjoy being in the woods and the rest will come to you. Good luck hope you bag one for the table this year....... but dont get discouraged if you don't. And once you learn the ins and outs of deer hunting pass it on to some youth!

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    Lance I am planning on going up north sometime during hunting season. Hunt morning and afternoon and ride bikes during the day. You are welcome to join us. 7 acres of private land and 5,000+ acres of national forest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    Lance I am planning on going up north sometime during hunting season. Hunt morning and afternoon and ride bikes during the day. You are welcome to join us. 7 acres of private land and 5,000+ acres of national forest.
    Everyone has their own methods.
    Back in the early 70's I was a 2 hour hunter then back at camp to play cards and drink beer like the rest of them . But I didnt or rarely bagged deer. I started filling the frezzer every year when I learned to sit still and stay out all day sun up to sun down. Its a mind game to stay content from sun up to sun down but when you master the mind game of sitting still all day it has a big payoff. Ive killed more deer between 10 am and 2pm than any other time in the woods. the deer know when you guys go back to camp....LOL

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    Paul keep me posted wouldn't mind going with other people. If not I'm familiar with the wood I plan on going to and you are welcome to come there too.
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    Yes Hawg I get it and I have killed many deer after 10am and most times I go in the woods at dark and come out at dark. But riding season and my time available is only so long. So I combine 2 kick ass things. It's time management. And time where the fun governor doesn't infringe on the fun factor. But there will be days/weekends I will reserve for all day long hunting. Just not when I go up north.

    Lance - are you talking bow or gun? Either is fine but 1,000% more chance up north of bagging a deer first day first hour bow hunting. Once gun opens there is heavy pressure and the deer are scarce. Plus fall color change is in full effect during bow season (and warmer riding temps).

    Also I know of a lot of public hunting land around this area if you need any tips on where to go just let me know.
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    I want to bow hunt but need to get one first otherwise ill just use my shotty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    Yes Hawg I get it and I have killed many deer after 10am and most times I go in the woods at dark and come out at dark. But riding season and my time available is only so long. So I combine 2 kick ass things. It's time management. And time where the fun governor doesn't infringe on the fun factor. But there will be days/weekends I will reserve for all day long hunting. Just not when I go up north.

    Lance - are you talking bow or gun? Either is fine but 1,000% more chance up north of bagging a deer first day first hour bow hunting. Once gun opens there is heavy pressure and the deer are scarce. Plus fall color change is in full effect during bow season (and warmer riding temps).

    Also I know of a lot of public hunting land around this area if you need any tips on where to go just let me know.
    Agree Im less enthused for early bow season Id rather ride than sit in the woods at 60+ degrees with the skeeters and knats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedneckMedic View Post
    I want to bow hunt but need to get one first otherwise ill just use my shotty.
    I have a bow you can use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgrider View Post
    Agree Im less enthused for early bow season Id rather ride than sit in the woods at 60+ degrees with the skeeters and knats.
    I go back and forth - just depends what is going on. I hang with my cousin and he doesn't hunt so I try to do a little of everything. Probably not as effective as camped out in the woods from dawn to dusk but I enjoy myself. But yeah the skeeters and gnats can get to you as well.
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