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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-04-2008, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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Im about to go with my neighbor and his son to his land. they have been hunting there for years and usualy do pretty good. this will be my third location this season so hopefully third times a charm. wish me luck, with this seasons track record ill need it!
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Good Luck !!!

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Yep Good Luck.. hopefully at least one of you get one.
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nada, not a darn thing.

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There's always next time!
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That's why they call it hunting and not getting. Nature has the ability to humble us in many different ways. Harvesting is only a small portion of the great adventure called hunting. Be patient, be humble, be consistant,relax,try to improve your abilities each and every time out, and soon the harvesting comes second natured. Good luck on your next adventure!
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he and his son went yesterday at the same time and saw nothing. he said they might try in the morning. im going to try my sisters place again in the morning as well. im planing on sitin on a this creek that slits the property in half. iv seen lots of tracks up and down the creek so mybe ill get lucky.
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That's why they call it hunting and not getting. Nature has the ability to humble us in many different ways. Harvesting is only a small portion of the great adventure called hunting. Be patient, be humble, be consistant,relax,try to improve your abilities each and every time out, and soon the harvesting comes second natured. Good luck on your next adventure!
WELL SAID, I AGREE!
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Good luck, Keep us posted.
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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-05-2008, 10:48 AM Thread Starter
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got there nice and early, found a good spot, and waited. good crisp, cool morning, little wind in a good direction, good conditions, yet nothing. not a sound. its been the same story all season. everyone iv talked to around my area has been saying the same thing, the deer just arnt moving, if they do anything its late at night. just a bad season.

but on the up side of things. i got tired of coming home empty handed so i went to walmart and got some #6 shot for my 12ga. got squirrel! they crack me up, they will sit there ard just chew your but out for being too close to thier tree. until you shoot one. then they shut up. after i shoot the one none of them were to eager to be next in line. is there a "way" to hunt squirrels? or any tricks to it?
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