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n.y.grandpa

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About n.y.grandpa

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    Newbie Hunter

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  • Hunting Location
    Martville
  • Hunting Gun
    Savage 111 30/06
  • Bow
    Martin Lithium LTD
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  1. Hole was about 3 foot deep at edge of a field which had a ridge running into corner of it. Deer trail ran right along ridge. Only killed one doe and a 4 pt there but it worked
  2. Yes I've done this. Back when I was younger and more flexible. It does work in the right situation. Usually leaves a good drain hole in deer for blood trail. As for water a bilge pump run off a lawn mower battery will keep most of the water out. Sent from my LGL164VL using Tapatalk
  3. Look at Killer instinct. Great trigger, very accurate, reasonably quiet and good price. I got a Rush 380 last year and am very impressed. Just my opinion. Sent from my LGL164VL using Tapatalk
  4. piece of emory cloth wrapped around a dowel
  5. Not trying to be a jerk but did you change the battery in that Nikon?
  6. I don't know if you use ebay but they have Cabelas 4x scopes listed for $48.00 brand new
  7. Back in the good old days, before cholesterol meds, I deep fried a spring tom. Injected it with garlic butter and added a dry rub to the outside. was the best deep fried bird I've ever had.
  8. I carry my fathers old Ithaca 37 20ga.at least a couple times a year.
  9. I do not hunt just to kill any deer. Killing a target deer or a personal best deer is not always so easy. Time spent in the woods is relaxing and theraputic so it has to be good for a person.
  10. I enjoy bowhunting deer #1 then probably rabbits with my .22
  11. Check out Bowhuntingoutlet.com they have some great buys on left handed bows right now. I just purchased a new Martin lithium from there for $200 off. Martin bows are very adjustable and you do not need a bow press to work on them.
  12. Hello Everyone,new member here. I have lived in N.Y. for 52 years. Have been hunting in central N.Y. for about 40 years. Hoping to learn something and maybe share some knowledge on here. I hunt mostly on my own property with my wife and son. I spend most of my hunting time bowhunting with a little small game when time permits.
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