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blacksquirrel2

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  1. Thanks for the pic help king. Here's a cat we caught also. Cats don't mind a tight set with heavy backing or even a cubby but a yote just won't commit to the tight space and lack of sight through the backing
  2. Big difference in fox and yotes. Yotes don't like being crowded at a set.
  3. I enjoy shooting them too but have always liked to trap. Very educational process. The difference between the cats and dogs is amazing
  4. Trapped a nice one a couple days ago. Nice hide and dark, dark guard hair.
  5. As long as you hang a cc in ny, pa will honor that and issue you a pa permit. Not a big deal at all. Sheriff's office in Coudersport will take care of it like he said. Not bad for a bunch of snaggers.
  6. I will take lot 2. Along with the spin Dr's
  7. I will take the spin Dr's. Shoot me your address and I will get a check in the mail.
  8. 11 yr old grandson got this one with a crossbow yesterday. First one with a bow.
  9. I'm located in northern PA. Thsnks for the reply. I will check them out.
  10. Wondering if anyone could recommend a vendor for metal posted signs. I would like to have my name added to them if possible. Thanks in advance. Tom
  11. Just my take, but here goes. I can't see using a expandable for any other reason than convenience. Fixed blades will fly if your bow is tuned correctly. I understand sometimes it is easier to just shoot the expandable. No tuning necessary. That's fine but you have to realize you have brought another issue into the equation, blade deployment, and pick your shots accordingly. Anytime you kick an arrow at all you lose penetration. You want to keep the mass centered behind the tip. I agree shot placement is critical but so are two holes, an in and out. If possible I'm shooting a striker.
  12. Have to also recommend the strikers. Shoot them out of my compound and crossbow. Pretty much cut on contact and the replacement blade option is a strong point. Rugged head that flies true. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Where ya at? I'm interested Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. 814 203 9306 pics please Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Give me a call 8142039306. I would like to come look at everything and make you an offer. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. Sorry about that I thought there were 3 left. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  17. I'll take the rest for 80. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. Ditto the plug change. No question changing to resistor plugs fixed the issue. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  19. Did you get my check? When will this be shipped? Tom Slawson 814-203-9306
  20. I have tried the expandables ever since the pucketts blood trailers and the punch cutters. Remember those things? They have improved them but I have never found one that would perform with the fixed blades on anything but broadside ribcage shots. I have settled on the G5 strikers. I like the replaceable blades so I know they are razor sharp. Agree shot placement is critical but the fixed blades give the penetration needed if you happen to get up into the shoulder blade area. The main reason for the greater penetration at longer range is a bow out of tune. The fletching straightens out the arrow and then it penetrates better. Get it coming straight off the bow! I have had great success getting fixed blades to fly using the blazer vanes and a 1 degree offset.
  21. Steering on my Starcraft Superfisherman seems harder this year. I grease it every year. Any ideas out there on what to check or how to correct the problem? Thanks in advance- Tom
  22. Grandson and I went out Sat morning. Went 12 for 13, all browns. Weird day, couldn't put a hook in anything but a brown. All on smaller spoons. Silver with some orange and all orange or red were the best. No hits on the lower spoons on the riggers 55 to 70 but did take a few on the cheaters. 5 colors off the boards took 7 or 8. Best was pushing 9 lbs. I don't know the lake but we went north from Watkins to get out of the debris. About 5 or 6 miles up there is a railroad bridge on the west side with a creek coming in. that was our spot. Caught all our fish within a mile of there. Hit the dock just behind the Iron Duke boat and saw them carrying a few fish. Other than all the cotton in the water we had a good day.
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