bondouley

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About bondouley

  • Birthday 01/20/1980

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    Greece
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    Braddocks bay
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    downtime

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  1. Great video! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I agree with you that a hunter should be proud of any deer that he/she is lucky enough to harvest especially with a bow
  3. yeah your brother in law was telling me how you guys just lost that land. it completely sucks bro i feel your pain. I went from having thousands of acres on a farm down to my 20 acre secret spot. The farmers son took over the hunting rights to the farm and is only letting his friends hunt it now.
  4. I have'nt even been out to either of my stands yet this year. I lost a bunch of land over the winter so Im down to basically 20 acres and don't want to stink up my stands before the rut kicks in. Cant wait for November! Good luck!
  5. Great video! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. best of luck to you and hopefully you will catch some of those toothy beasts!
  7. sorry for your situation!
  8. I'm not even going to start hunting till November this year. Went from thousands of acres down to around 100 between 2 properties. Going to limit my time in the tree to be careful not to over hunt it Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Holy pig! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Lol. These are actually made for eating not mind blowing lol Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. went out squirrel hunting and ended up searching for edible mushrooms instead. 2 hour hike ended up with about 15 lbs Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. yes i was just there a couple weeks ago
  13. love my gamo! my 22 caliber is quieter than my buddies 177 caliber must have something to do with the speed. Mine is completely dialed in also as ive had it for a few years now. I have no problem shooting squirrels in the head at 60 to 70 yards. I have shot a woodchuck with it at 35 yrds for my mother at her house in Gates. Head shot and killed it on contact! I have not used it for raccoons yet as they are usually running in which makes a clean head shot too difficult. I have a handfull of chipmunks with mine as well. The only problem with my 22 is that there are no high speed pellets for it like there is for the 177. I shoot the pellets that have the bbs in the end of them, not very fast but they hit really hard and are extremely accurate
  14. i just made squirrel stew on sunday for my lady and I. I didnt think my lady would eat it but she did and loved it! Pair the stew up with some italian bread and OMG its delicious. I really enjoy shooting squirrels with my 22 caliber gamo whisperer