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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-02-2007, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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New Year's Resolutions?

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I resolve to not eat as much during Holiday season 2007. (Wouldn't mind dropping some of this gut for that matter)...

They say January is the top month for gym membership registrations....

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-02-2007, 09:12 AM
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hmmmm???

save some money.. i spent way to much on hunting stuff this year.. oh forget that resolution. i think ill buy another gun this year. thats my new years resolution. buy a new muzzleloader before the 2007 deer season starts. i bet i can keep that one. no really i do need to save some money though!!! good luck on losing that gut keithf.
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my resolution for this year is to shoot a nice turkey, some geese, ducks small critters, and hopefully a buck to go with the doe I plan to shoot, basically I want to fill my freezer.
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my resolution for this year is to shoot a nice turkey, some geese, ducks small critters, and hopefully a buck to go with the doe I plan to shoot, basically I want to fill my freezer.
sounds kinda like what i plan to do every year!
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yeah but by 2010 I should be able to bear huntin' again too
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yeah but by 2010 I should be able to bear huntin' again too
unfortunatly in my neck of the woods and the surrounding area there are no bears. i know some hunters in north georgia who ran across a few this year while deer hunting. but im not for sure if you can kill one there yet either. i always thought it would be cool to tag one with a bow.
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I have already got one bear but I want a big one 300lbs. or more I dont care about skull size just how heavy it is.The bigger the bear the nicer the mount
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