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DON'T Get Caught With Your Pants Down When Game Is Near!

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12 minutes ago, DirtTime said:

Already had this happen at least 4 times this deer season. Not much one can do with TP in one hand and the other hand pulling your pants out of the way.

There are ( pairs) of cheap Brown Jersey Gloves in NY,NJ,PA, + TN- LOL! The unspoken topic for sure that has happened to everyone if they have hunted long enough and the nearest McDonalds Bathroom is a 1 mile walk out and a 15 minute drive.

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3 minutes ago, nybuckboy said:

Shit before you leave the house

That goes without saying!  Leave at 4am. -- So-- what about 10am in the deep woods.

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2 hours ago, nybuckboy said:

Shit before you leave the house

Ha lol . Never understood how people could choose when to go . Me it’s like flipping a light switch , clear a path it’s time ! Fortunately it’s often first thing after getting up, then I’m done  for the day .

Hunting season because of early rising , it hits about the time I get to the woods .

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I was hunting with an old timer at a hunting camp a few years and asked him why he wasn’t ready to go out with the rest of us.  He said “I don’t leave the house til the boss says so”

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A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still

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Light Hearted Thread for sure. I don't usually eat after Supper- perhaps 5.30pm or so. Still-- as, I wrote there are ( Neat Pairs) of Brown Jersey Gloves out there. So far, I have not been caught in the act of-- The Hunter Tree Squat.

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5 hours ago, WNYBuckHunter said:

Thats why I never drink coffee in the morning before I leave to hunt. I love my coffee, but it gets things moving lol.

All the reason to drink a cup or two   Get it out before hitting the woods. I’d rather be 20 min late getting in my stand than crapping in the woods. 


A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still

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I think some guys are afraid to have the squirrels looking at their bare butts! LOL   I find it funny that some have such an aversion to crapping in the woods.  Heck, we are participating in an activity (hunting) that goes back to the beginning of time, so I wouldn't think crapping in the woods would be a big deal for anyone.  Heck, plenty of people didn't have flush toilets as little as 75 to 100 years ago.  Many probably still don't.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, nybuckboy said:

All the reason to drink a cup or two   Get it out before hitting the woods. I’d rather be 20 min late getting in my stand than crapping in the woods. 

How long it takes to work is always an unknown. I can hold out till the evening if I dont drink coffee.

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Seems as if I only have a "rushed deposit" in the woods when I have on the most layers of clothing, I'm miles away from camp and I can't find a halfway level horizontal dead log in sight.

I always carry paper towels and some baby wipes to restore that fresh feeling... 

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I'll crap in the woods. When ya gotta go, ya gotta go!!!

20 some years ago, my brother asked why I didn't shoot at that huge buck that came out, right where he knew I was hunting. My brother was way out of range for any shot, and just couldn't understand why I never shot???

Lets just say I was caught with my pants down, when that buck and I locked eyes!!  And if ever a deer could grin, that big ol buck was doing it ear to ear, on his way out of there!!

Now ya know.......... The rest..........Of the story.

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i'll do both in the woods. i'll take a leak right off the stand. always bring your gun, but have never needed it. same with gutting your deer. keep it close (assuming you have more tags that can be filled then).

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Even worse is finding a nice dark spot to take care of business and jumping out a nice 8pt buck!  At the moment I did not care and did what needed to be done but after I was a bit upset.  Bet he did not bed in that spot again for a long time!   lol 

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I've said this before.  If I was a doctor, and a patient said they were constipated, I'd prescribe hunting.  

It's foolproof.  Lol.   

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43 minutes ago, powderrkegg said:

when you wear coveralls always remove the hood enough said:umnik:

My cousin found that out the hard way.

 

Buddy was in a climber. Lowered his bow to the ground, but the sit, stand movement accelerated the other " movement" and he had go from the stand.  Pulled up his bow and it was covered in poop.  

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Having to pop a squat in the woods is one of the worst feelings in the world for me. I hate poping a squat and hoping i dont get my pants in the process

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I'll never forget a story my uncle( RIP )told me of my father.  My uncle saw my dad walking to him while hunting a snowy November day. As my dad got closer to my uncle he saw my dad was dragging something with his deer drag through the snow. At this point in my dads hunting career he had yet to harvest a deer ever(opening weekend  only gun hunter for years- he was a late bloomer). My uncle was ecstatic and extremely excited for my dad, and got out of the stand to anxiously await the final hundred yards of dragging. Finally he could make out he was dragging a frozen snowmobile suit through the snow. You can guess what happened and he rinsed it in creek and dragged it out.

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I have always wondered if another Hunter has ever found several pairs of my brown Jersey Gloves at the base of a Tree and put them on without Knowing the History of why those Gloves were there.:taunt:

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