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  2. I just wait for The Mermaid to go in and warm the seat up for me...
  3. Lucky's blinds...have 3 of them. Easy to carry, easy to setup, put em up in september, take em down in December. Never had snow collapse them. Thick material, steel rods, reasonable prices. Been using them for at least 12 years with no problems or issues. https://www.luckyshuntingblinds.com
  4. I have a doghouse blind too. Only drawback is you can't shoot a bow out of it. It's OK other than that. I haven't used it much as I picked up a couple of the chair blinds for solo gun hunts. I find them to be very comfortable, and easier to set up and take down.
  5. Pygmy

    Poor jake

    I once had a parrot that had two club feet....He would wrap his penis around his perch to sit up there... Then one day my wife and I got romantically involved on the couch near his cage with him watching.. He got an erection, fell off his perch and broke his neck !!
  6. Sat in a redneck ghili blind a few times this year. Snow will not take it down nor wind. Great zippers n windows Pricey though I think. Easily fits 2
  7. I like it ..... wonder if Pachmayr will come out with a decelerator seat for those day after white castle trips.
  8. I have been doing most of my turkey hunting out of Ameristep Doghouse blinds for the last ten years or so... In that time I have worn out two and have another that was new last spring.. I intend to buy a new for the upcoming season, because I like to have two... I am a fairly short guy, as you might guess from my screen name...There is plenty of room for me in a doghouse and I have shared it a time or two with another hunter, one quite sizeable,,, They are a low end blind, and wear out fairly quickly, especially if you take them up and down often, as I do...However, at less than $100 apiece, if I get 3 or 4 years out of one, that is OK with me..They are easy and fairly quick to put up and down.. I have done it many times in the dark in about ten minutes.. The hardest part is learning to get them back in the carrying bag..That takes some practice, and often some profanity...
  9. Most is pressured, some isn't. As somebody already mentioned, deer can 100% change their pattern during and after season. My .o2 about state land, is an easy one for the SZ. Hunt during season. Forget about scouting the deer, scout the hunters. If you can get away from the beaten paths, you will find the deer. Snow will obviously make it easy for you. Put in your time during season, see where guys are going, and make a plan to go the next year. Throw some cams up and pound the ground early September and get a spot or two ready for bow. If you can find a consistent bedding area that appears to be hunter free, plan on being there on the down wind side for bow and gun season. Anyone will tell you, to be consistently successful on public, you gotta put in the time and learn the land. Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk
  10. Interesting choice of words Goooooose!
  11. It will work fine until it doesn’t and I’ve played around with them side by side and you get much less consistency with the factory breech plug when shooting through a crono. If I remember correctly it was over 300fps difference over a 5 shot test. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Don't worry, it all worked out in the end.
  13. Where did the bullet go after it literally entered the colon/ large intestines on its way out the neck? Not a doctor but this is very confusing based on my knowledge of anatomy.
  14. I have the parka and it’s great for gun season. High quality.
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  16. Maybe it rode through high? My xbow buck this year I shot through the chest frontal and came out back hip. Stomach/Guts were fully In tact Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. 100 pitch average per start. 32 starts per year average. So 3,200 pitches per year so 28,800 pitches over 9 years. $324M/28,800 = roughly $11K per pitch Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Chicken Teriyaki Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. Looking at the Ameristep Doghouse...anyone know a good ground blind for one person ?
  20. I’m going to be selling a lot of stuff I just don’t use anymore on various sites . For sale Cabela’s MTO50 very warm jacket and bibs in real tree. Size 2xl only a small hole in bibs has been like that for over a year no signs or expanding. Scent lock inside . Lost some weight awhile back and these are just way to big on me . Asking $300 for the combo . A great deal and gift for under the tree .
  21. O no problem done will not post your stuff with out asking you first But just a thought incase you change your mind they say in the advertising business all publicity is good publicity . But next time I will ask first .
  22. Similar to short lived whitetail celebrity Marc Anthony who got caught a few years back by entering a 190" typical bowkill as his own Illinois buck. Turns out he bought the deadhead from a guy in Kansas previously, restored the rack and put it on a deer which he claimed he killed. People will do anything for notoriety and the spotlight. Sent from my moto g(6) using Tapatalk
  23. OK, Like I said thank you I guess. While I do not agree with the reason this thread was made, you should understand me not wanting my videos, any of them, to be a part of any of this nonsense. I give credit where credit's due, and have no issue being a d*^% either when it calls for it. Like I said, in an odd way I appreciate the bump for my video, but I have to ask, that in the future, you leave me and my channel out of all this BS. I will even say please.
  24. I haven't read up on it in a long time but I thought the most damning evidence was that he would never let anyone inspect the deer? Therefore leading most to believe it was a fraud. Maybe someday it'll surface and we'll know more... Hopefully. Sent from my moto g(6) using Tapatalk
  25. Dishwasher safe ! Yup , let’s put a toilet seat in with plates I’m going to eat dinner off of.
  26. Wow you’ve never heard of the Rompola buck.
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