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thetrigger22

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About thetrigger22

  • Birthday 02/06/1987

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    Rossie

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  • Hunting Location
    6A
  • Hunting Gun
    300 WSM
  • Bow
    Bear Game Over

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  1. what are you using for scent in your mock scrapes? Seems quite effective.
  2. Anyone been seeing any action on mock scrapes yet?
  3. Misting a bit but calm.Everything is peaceful from this tree for now. Could be the night. Bring it on.
  4. Good Luck to you Rev Ev. I would love to take a bear. Maybe some day they will open the season for me up here in 6A so I can get in on the action.
  5. Rubbed some ultimate bear lure from wildlife research center up and down the tree. Apparently it works.
  6. Although I probably wouldn't take mom away from her cubs, I still wish we had a season for bear here in 6A.
  7. I've found that most deer pose best for glamour shots after being mounted on the wall. I'd say that mock scrapes have been my most effective means of capturing quality pictures of bucks as well as does. Scenting over-hanging branches with tinks or code blue can make for great photos of deer because they usually strike a nice pose with their heads held high exposing their entire body. As for the B-word discussion, if you do choose to set up a camera on a natural food source such as an apple tree, take care not to kick any of the drop apples from where they fell, its against the law.
  8. The biggest I've harvested myself is the 11 point on the far right. Made the NYS Book at 143. However, like someone mentioned earlier, if you attend the NYS big buck banquet you'll see some unreal monsters.
  9. Freak! Look at those brow tines! Look at how heavy his bases are! Look at all that "junk"! Hopefully there will be some hard horn pictures to follow these.
  10. These 3 came in for an afternoon snack.
  11. I just read in "Deer and Deer Hunting" that the plot watcher runs 4 months on 8AA batteries.
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