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I just joined this site, I live down here in Oklahoma and have hunted for as long as I can remember, I am 38, so its been a week or two anyway. I hunt deer, turkey, hog, coyote, squirrel, rabbit, crow, and pretty much anything else I can fit in the stew pot or that damages the farmers crops and livestock. I work alot and don't get to hunt as much as I would like, but then I get the idea most of us are in the same boat. Anyway, I hope to learn alot from you guys, and maybe pass on some of what I know to others, I hunt with a bow, rifle and muzzleloader, I am more of a meat hunter than a trophy guy but to each their own.
 

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Hello and welcome from Ohio, I think a lot of us are tag fillers and hope to take a trophy if it happens. Sometimes the areas we hunt can't produce a trophy as some would describe one, but if you harvest a mature animal then I call that a trophy for the area. I also believe that all harvested game are in some ways trophies and need not be looked upon as anything less.
 

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Welcome Goose!!! I joined earlier this year but never really posted anything, so I guess I'm sort of new as well. I've actually enjoyed reading the hunting tiops and experiences that you guys post on here. Thanks, I've learned a lot and tried a few things that turned out pretty good. I'm from Red River County and I'm excited about the upcoming rifle season. I was out scouting and walking my land and honestly I saw a few does that could have been bucks, they were pretty big in size. It's my hope that I'll get a chance to take aim on something before they get pressured that on the first day. I'm not big on stands and blinds but I do at times, just to give my feet a rest. I love the hunt of stalking but it's getting more and more dangerous. I had a few situations last year where tresspassers attempted to hunt my land, showing all disregard to signs and fence. The thought of becoming a victim of a tresspassers' bullet is on my mind more often than ever. Anyway, thanks for having me and I look forward to next month.
 

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Welcome from Tennessee! I love a good crow hunt. haven't found a good reciepe for them yet but love to shoot them. :yes:

LOL I have never tried eating vrow, even though I probably should have a few times, they are just a pest and a challenge to shoot, good practice for cover and concealment when hunting them, they have dang good eyes and seem to know what you are gonna do before you do
 
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