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bout time

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About bout time

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  • Birthday 05/11/1976

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Pennellville NY
  • Interests
    Fishing/hunting/outdoors
  • Home Port
    Fair Haven
  • Boat Name
    'BOUT TIME II

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  1. Check your PM ‘Bout Time Mike
  2. Pm sent ‘Bout Time Mike
  3. I run tail pieces probably 75% of the time. Personal preference for me ‘Bout Time Mike
  4. looking to see what everyone uses to haul their gear with? i have been using backpacks but i am looking into maybe a waist pack. I carry a knife, drag rope, field dressing supplies (latex gloves, baby wipes as i am allergic to deer hair), couple pens, estrus can, bottle of water etc. I have found that my backpack has alot of unused space and I do ALOT of walking 3+ miles in and out and my back is usually sore by the end of the day from the weight of the bag on my shoulders
  5. what are you using for releases to hold the copper? I usually "bury" the copper towards the back of the release. you can see a shaker on the line but it takes a bigger fish/harder strike to release. I use big Scotty releases and they work well
  6. Just want to take a moment and wish everyone a safe and healthy Holiday season. Everyone on here made the hunting season a great one and I enjoyed talking to everyone. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone. ‘Bout Time Mike
  7. I’m shooting Traditions “Smackdown Carnivores.” ‘Bout Time Mike
  8. Taken today on a piece of state land in 7R ‘Bout Time Mike
  9. I finally took my first deer with the muzzleloader. After missing 3/4 of gun season due to Covid I finally started feeling better last week and I did a couple sets at the Farm at home with nothing to show for it. This morning I headed south and met the guys from Camp. We kicked up a couple doe and a small buck at two pieces of state land. Then at 3 o’clock we moved to another small piece of state land and at 3:45 I was able to take my buck at 90 yards. It was a dead center shoulder hit he ran close to 200 yards and I only had two drops of blood the entire way. If it wasn’t for snow on the ground and being able to follow his tracks I never would’ve found him
  10. Dead quiet in 7A. Not even a squirrel or bird .... ‘Bout Time Mike
  11. Hiked in 2+ miles. Tracks everywhere and some good sign. Never saw a deer but felt good to be back in the woods ‘Bout Time Mike
  12. This is my first year with a muzzleloader and late season hunting. Do you guys generally find the deer this time of year are “last light feeding” type. I am trying to put a strategy together. I have bedding areas, pinch point, and cut bean field to hunt. Trying to decide what is the best tactic and time to be where ‘Bout Time Mike
  13. Another one from my hunting group. 7R state land ‘Bout Time Mike
  14. My season is put on hold. My wife has tested Positive for COVID and she has it bad. Just about every symptom. She was and has been the most cautious and careful about this and it blows our mind how or where she got it. I’m on contact quarantine for 14 days now. I will be released on the 15th. I will hunt muzzleloader for the first time ever this year. I enjoy reading this thread as it “lets me live” through all of you while I’m stuck inside. Look forward to all the stories and be safe everyone ‘Bout Time Mike
  15. I walked my entire farm in 7A (180+ acres) today and only saw rabbit tracks. Could not believe it. My hunting group down in 7R pushed a big section of woods and only kicked out one yearling. Can’t figure it out ‘Bout Time Mike
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