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Bucks can be much more patternable in early season if you are on the right food source. If you are getting good daylight activity on cams through sept. it might be worth a shot. Past two years I've punched my tag on 10/15 and 10/2 and have high hopes to repeat again this year. Plus, early season mounts are much prettier than during gun season...

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I think everyone is on the sane page. If you have bucks patterned near opener, it's worth a shot.  If not, seeking phase is when you will catch more random bucks. That's when sitting downwind of doe bedding can be great.  Unfortunately in my limited years hunting, I have yet to have any with a solid early season pattern. 

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Going odd my trail cams for my area and the history from the past 2 season, Nov 10 - Nov 12 were the best days to be out there.

Also you have to hunt on Halloween! That for some reason is always special.


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40 minutes ago, WNY Bowhunter said:

Bucks can be much more patternable in early season if you are on the right food source. If you are getting good daylight activity on cams through sept. it might be worth a shot. Past two years I've punched my tag on 10/15 and 10/2 and have high hopes to repeat again this year. Plus, early season mounts are much prettier than during gun season...

Less time to accumulate ticks though.  And I know you love mounting bucks with lots of ticks. 

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Thx all. Yea the xbow opener around that time is great rut activity for my area typically. But I do get lots of late sept and early oct pics of bucks eating acorns midday that I never see or rarely see come xbow season, so that's why I will try hard those first few days of October. Here's a few examples of bucks I never saw, but may have in October.

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1 hour ago, moog5050 said:

Less time to accumulate ticks though.  And I know you love mounting bucks with lots of ticks. 

You still have the record for ticks!

Speaking of ticks, think I need to help this guy with some tick removal...hypodermic style!!!

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13 minutes ago, WNY Bowhunter said:

You still have the record for ticks!

Speaking of ticks, think I need to help this guy with some tick removal...hypodermic style!!!

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He may die from exhaustion carrying that rack around.  

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12 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

He may die from exhaustion carrying that rack around.  

He's too old and chewy for my taste. I'd pass on him for a tender "meat deer" any day.

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Get these baby bucks off my thread! I'm an elitist bowhunter!


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8 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

Get these baby bucks off my thread! I'm an elitist bowhunter!


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Unfortunately you'll be carrying a Mathews. You'd better off trying to spear a buck by throwing arrows at them!!!

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Unfortunately you'll be carrying a Mathews. You'd better off trying to spear a buck by throwing arrows at them!!!


That's what great about Mathews, I'll pick it up Friday and take it out 10/1, but be home before 1pm football games. Practice need not apply


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Htx was a great choice, much smoother draw then the halon if you have shoulder problems, halon as a tough hill to get over in the middle of the draw cycle..... the htx has a great draw cycle


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Htx was a great choice, much smoother draw then the halon if you have shoulder problems, halon as a tough hill to get over in the middle of the draw cycle..... the htx has a great draw cycle


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Yup. That is exactly what I felt and led to my decision. I shot the HTX last when I was already tired and it still felt the smoothest


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So I didn't buy a quiver thinking I can just use my xbow quiver. Will that work? I don't want a quiver attached to the bow anyway, but I assume my arrows once cut will be still be way longer than xbow bolts. Typically I carry my quiver in bookbag with top open so that the ends of the arrows stick out.


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So I didn't buy a quiver thinking I can just use my xbow quiver. Will that work? I don't want a quiver attached to the bow anyway, but I assume my arrows once cut will be still be way longer than xbow bolts. Typically I carry my quiver in bookbag with top open so that the ends of the arrows stick out.


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I have the Black Widow quiver by Mathews on my old HQ-32. It removes very easily, and keeps the arrows close at hand, for any possible shots going to or from stand. It's a well made quiver that doesn't make any noise or rattle.  Or there is a hip quiver, that just clips over your belt. Or if you are used to carrying your arrows in a pack or book bag, that will work too. Lots of choices out there to consider. 

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1 hour ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

So I didn't buy a quiver thinking I can just use my xbow quiver. Will that work? I don't want a quiver attached to the bow anyway, but I assume my arrows once cut will be still be way longer than xbow bolts. Typically I carry my quiver in bookbag with top open so that the ends of the arrows stick out.


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Its a Matthews - you don't need a quiver, just a single arrow nocked.

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Just leave an arrow next to each window ,that's the nice apart about those grind blinds.

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Its a Matthews - you don't need a quiver, just a single arrow knocked.


But I need to hold multiple arrows. 2 bucks, yote, fox, and bobcat could all happen before 8am


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I have the Black Widow quiver by Mathews on my old HQ-32. It removes very easily, and keeps the arrows close at hand, for any possible shots going to or from stand. It's a well made quiver that doesn't make any noise or rattle.  Or there is a hip quiver, that just clips over your belt. Or if you are used to carrying your arrows in a pack or book bag, that will work too. Lots of choices out there to consider. 


Thx but will my xbow quiver work?


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Thx but will my xbow quiver work?


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If you are going to stick it in a bag, any quiver that will secure the arrows and cover the BHs should work.

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If you are going to stick it in a bag, any quiver that will secure the arrows and cover the BHs should work.


Ok, perfect.


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Thx but will my xbow quiver work?


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Is this a true book bag or NYC man purse you're putting it in ?

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Is this a true book bag or NYC man purse you're putting it in ?


Tumi bag. Great quality.

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