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Moho81 last won the day on December 31 2021

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  • Birthday 03/15/1981

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  1. I remember it being talked about a few years ago and it never went anywhere. Maybe this time it will.
  2. They do not and will not send out a reminder to renew the permit. They can send out reminders for every boat, trailer, ATV, Vehicle etc. but "can't" send one out for the pistol permit.
  3. Call me weird but with the wrist strap release that I use my thumb acts as an anchoring point on the back side of my neck my index finger is run along my cheek and is used as the trigger finger. The rest of fingers are held loose in a natural positions and the palm faces more down than anything.
  4. So sorry to hear this. Hopefully everything will work out in the end.
  5. I bought my daughter her lifetime license on-line recently after she finished the hunters education course and before she turned 12. Everything came in the mail in just a few days. When we went to get her the doe permits she had to be there to sign what was printed out then. Not sure how old he is but if/when you ever go to a brick and mortar store for a license for him bring a school ID or something with you. I was not expecting her to need an ID but the store let it slide. You can also get the doe permits online for him and avoid the store as well. For us it was just a timing thing and we couldn't do it online.
  6. Thank god I’m going to work today. I’ll have a better chance at seeing a deer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Not that todays weather was the best but it’s a shining example of nothing in life is guaranteed. You can do everything possible to be successful but still come up short. good thing it’s only hunting and there’s always next time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Nothing seen yet. Game plan set for this evening. Gonna try and hunt a group of doe that have been seen fairly regularly. Just gotta use the afternoon to our advantage to get in there and get a spot on the ground. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Sitting in a ground blind waiting on a deer…. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I really have no motivation for this morning. If it wasn’t for my daughter being able to hunt I think I’d go back to bed. But My daughter and I are getting ready. Raining now but that’s suppose to end between 6-7. Worst case is we will sit in one of the ground blinds but I’d really prefer if we could go sit in a natural blind I worked on that’s in a heavy traffic area. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Been a rough couple of weeks at the house thats for sure. Zapped all my energy. Good thing is it’s nothing serious. Talked to my daughter and we are in for tomorrow morning and evening hunts with her behind the crossbow. That will definitely help pick my spirits up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Afternoon family plans have changed so I’m free to hunt but man 75 degrees 12 mph winds with heavy gusts just do not have me feeling it at all. Oh also I had 4 wisdom teeth pulled on Monday so my mouth still hurts. My wife has bronchitis and both kids are getting over colds. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. 16 is no longer a youth/junior hunter and can hunt from an elevated position. Only restriction for 16-17 year olds is as follows. 16- and 17-Year-Old First Time Big Game Hunters Resident and non-resident hunting license holders aged 16 and 17 who have not previously hunted deer or bear must be accompanied for the entire season by a parent, legal guardian, or by a person designated in writing who is 18 years of age or older. The adult mentor must be licensed to hunt big game and have at least 1 year of big game hunting experience.
  14. Yes, Online course is still available. My daughter took both the hunters education and bow hunting course online this year. I feel newer hunters that don't come from a hunting family/background would benefit the most from an in class room discussion. The online version I think fit well for my daughter and probably most of our kids on this forum because they are learning about hunting at an early age from us and from being in the woods. My daughter has way more hunting knowledge at 12 than I did at 16-20 years old. My early hunting knowledge was sit here, don't move and shoot the first deer that comes along.
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