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2018 LIVE from the Woods!

Its that time of the year again! This is our 9th year for doing this thread and its always a lot of fun! Post in this thread using your smart phone (or other device you can get to the internet with) from your stand / woods with your thoughts, current conditions, pictures, sightings, etc.  Don't forget, the site is accessible via your mobile device and there is even an app - Tapatalk enabled!    Lets see those pics!

Bonus to anyone that LIVE streams from the stand :) I'll give it a shot.

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Does this count...need to fix the dining room wall today that the boys nearly busted through so I can be live from the woods come Oct 1
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Get those honey do lists done boys and girls!!!



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I was wondering what the first post was going to be,thank you for ending the suspense. I am all too familiar with the honey do list.

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Found a rub 2ad33ac401c50d7339fbe06c121ffc3d.jpgtoday, it was in the woods


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I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

-Mitch Hedberg

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Acorns are raining down here, scouted for deer on a new piece, saw 7 deer and shot 5 bushytails in the process. First hunt of the year for me. IMG_20180920_080335284.jpegIMG_20180920_100035822_HDR.jpegIMG_20180920_100623126_HDR.jpegIMG_20180920_105957134.jpeg

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Getting ready 45 degrees light wind. Going to stay on my property for this hunting trip. Man it feels good. 

GOOD LUCK everyone woohoo!!!

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Everything is quite. Put my brother down by the pond. I’m sitting by a food plot I planted in the spring. 

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Everything is quite. Put my brother down by the pond. I’m sitting by a food plot I planted in the spring. 

Ok here we go! Someone to live vicariously through! Good luck


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I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

-Mitch Hedberg

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Nothing moving but a few birds. Got down to look at my food plot a few reddish came up but as usual mostly grass. 

 

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Anyone else wondering who got thrown threw that wall??

You taking about MY WALL?!? My twin 13 year old boys won’t admit anything- thick as thieves those two even though they fight like crazy!

 

 

 

 

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You taking about MY WALL?!? My twin 13 year old boys won’t admit anything- thick as thieves those two even though they fight like crazy!




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1 hour ago, crappyice said:

You taking about MY WALL?!? My twin 13 year old boys won’t admit anything- thick as thieves those two even though they fight like crazy!

 

 

 

 

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Too much ,I can still hear my dad questioning my brother and I " ya it just broke itself"

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Too much ,I can still hear my dad questioning my brother and I " ya it just broke itself"

My father would yell "NOBODY DID IT?! ITS A GD MIRACLE, CALL THE POPE CAROLE!"
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