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HOLY DIVER

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  1. No flak here i don't disagree I was 18yo and poor so the price was right it was my biggest archery harvest at the time not my favorite mount either but its unique and I cant get rid of it ..it still means a lot to me. I'm as passionate as any hunter wildlife manager on here but I don't get that feeling when I see it. I try not to offend anyone especially in my home, Iv made the decision to pull the arrow and now he's a happy back licker. Thanks for the feed back
  2. Still very lightly browsed foliage and its the only green in the area. its surrounded by cover and hardwoods that hasn’t been hunted 1 day a week all season we have deer here but just not drawn to the greens yet. When I plant clover they mow it to the ground guess i need to go 50/50 next year. I just set the cell cam up to see if activity picks up when the cold and snow hits.
  3. I got this done 17years ago and have not seen another like it the guy cut me a deal because he wanted to try something different so for $150 I got a deer pulling an arrow. Nothing to do with how it was shot and the original arrow was a aluminum super slam. Maybe it's not that unusual but thought I'd share anyways
  4. After seeing a 170" 10pt all other buck's look small don't they? 😆
  5. Slammer on a warm front. You just won hunting season! Nice job
  6. Anyone else put solar lights in the trees to muck with neighbors? 🤪
  7. We need more information dvd what creek ladder?
  8. I even panicked during the drout and added 200lbs of rye.. so under all that leaf is a lush green carpet . Last time I did annuals they hit em hard late NoV . We don't have deer herds around here we have herds of hunters. Its surprising we have 🦌 at all
  9. Taboo for me to walk in or around my plot after September but I just had to check it out . Knee high Wintergreens on the right planted Aug 4th and green patch plus on the left planted September 7th. Both are getting light brows right now. 4 active scrapes on the edges.. Me being a dope shooting baby buck has my phone ringing off the hook with buddies I never seen helping me all summer...go figure. I plan to put a few rookie first timers in there to get them hooked for life ..I feel like a heroin dealer.
  10. Bike is 75lbs I'm 6' 200lb and its perfect. It's a lot bigger in person
  11. You can do both at the same time or just throttle only. It has whats called pedal assistant, so if you want to pedal it lightens the load and you feel like you did something and saves battery life.
  12. New video out on the tube. Watch "Limited Edition Forest Green RadRover 5 Electric Fat Bike | Promotional Debut" on YouTube
  13. When I first started looking into Ebikes years ago I thought 3k for a bike ..no freaking way! Finally I found enough reasons to own one. Not only did I need a mt.bike for family fun and adventure but my hunting property is long and narrow with a slight grade uphill access. I have always walked insted of ATV'ed to stay stethy 2 of my favorite stands take 30-45 mins and no matter what I did i would be full sweat when I got there I can't say that the bike will bring more or bigger bucks but what I can say is jumping on a silent bike not leaving a sent trail and getting to the far stand in 5min was the best feeling ever! I parked it about 60yd from the stand, climbed in cool as the other side of a pillow. Then shot a buck 30 mins later. One of those things where you say why didn't I do it sooner. After much research I chose the RAD-Rover not marketed as an "hunting bike" but built with all the same high quality components for half the cost. Shipped to my door for $1600 You can check a the specs online but so far everyone's reaction when seeing it and riding it was "wow I need one" I have been on a few good 6-10mi rides and can't wait for more. I have $50 promo codes if you are remotely interested.
  14. Made a meme of myself to help other hunters overcome happy finger. Best of luck to all!
  15. Well I blew my wadd like a teenager at prom night last night. I told myself 130" or bust this year i put in a ton of work over the summer and was willing to be patient but that all went to **** when I hit the release on my second hunt. I slipped in on an oak flat and not even 30 mins later I have a nice buck come in slow i get a look at him and its a 2.5 8pt he walks by at 10yds and I take a few pix then I see a big body dark rack run in I have 0 time to judge him and know I had one chance to stop him and and shot or he's gone... and I'm my experience I don't get second chance at mature deer. I give him a bahh he stops I pull back and try to get a good look but his head was in the leafs all I could see is dark tips and a big body and one step from being gone. Well my itchy finger hit the switch while the war was going on in my head.. he ran 40 and tipped over on my 4x4 trail. To say I was a bit baffled when I walked up was an understatement. The kids thought it was great they don't know the difference between a 115" and 130" that ment more to me then meeting my goal.
  16. My first Fisher sighting in 8M I think
  17. Another great season on the LOU! I refreshed like a crackhead when the rut is on..okay and all the other days too:) Thanks for all the content!
  18. Just a corn food plot that Hasint sprouted yet.
  19. Wow hes a brute I'd say 260# not a bad buck either!! 😄
  20. Yep slow my way too, like a nursery..small bucks and small does.
  21. Innocent untill proven guilty. But it is a shame what guys will do to get that horn.
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