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I'm jealous of everybody out there freezing their extemities off.  Looks like a gorgeous morning to be in a stand.


'08 Bowtech Commander

GoldTip Hunter Expedition's w/ Rage 2 Blades

Remington 700 .308

Mossberg 500 Pump

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This is great, in the shack and my sons constantly checking out the windows while I enjoy the fire.

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Switching gears to habitat improvements!

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8 minutes ago, dinorocks said:

The temps climbed to 20F in 9f with an expected high of almost 40F.  Was a pain breaking ice to paddle to my morning blind.

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The deer in a canoe shot would be an awesome picture. Just saying. good luck

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9 hours ago, The Jerkman said:

Those look warm

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We sold Baffins in our hunting store for years.  They are some of the best boots out there.  Good luck with them 

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13 minutes ago, biggamefish said:

I wore the wrong boots!!!!  Toes are cold going to pull for 9. We will see.

Don't be hero. It's not worth it.

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Low last night was -11 in 8H. Five degrees now but 33 in the blind with the buddy heater. Just too crunchy getting here. The deer could here me coming from hillside to hillside!

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I did not make it long feet were fine but realized the last 2 days i need some good insulated bibs and better jacket.  Had one guy shoot just above me at 730 but i saw nothing.  Not gping back out until tomorrow hopefully.

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5 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

I’m about to call it a morning. Dad said he’s fine in 0 degrees and staying till dark.


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Dad is a tough one!  He's been out dark to dark a lot.  Hope he gets one.  

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23 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

I’m about to call it a morning. Dad said he’s fine in 0 degrees and staying till dark.


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Hope he connects.tough for sure like rob said!deserves every bit of a nice 8pt^_^

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Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! I didn't post yesterday while on the stand. It was too cold. I was in a little after 6. My plan was to try and make it until 9. I got a text at 8 saying we are all freezing heading to the truck and may put on a small drive or two. I was fine with that. I was so bundled up that unless a deer was right in front of me I was probably not going to see it. We did two small drives. Two of the guys shot deer that they thought were doe and wound up being small spikes. Annoying but I understand you don't have a lot of time to make decisions on drives. One was a young hunter and it was his first deer so that was awesome. I was on my way home for Thanksgiving by 10:30-11am and didn't freeze to death.

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Last until 9 before my pops and I had to call it quite. Eyelashes turned into icicles. Saw 5 spooked deer running right to him at 730. He passed on all saying that 4/5 were skippers or small does. Last one was a huge antlerless deer that was grunting the whole time. He heard the grunting and thought there was a buck nearby but it was the big antlerless. By the time he realized the antlerless was making the noise he couldn’t get a shot off. Maybe a buck without antlers??? He said it wasn’t a doe grunt.


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