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What's your weapon of choice in the upcoming archery season?

I am still shooting...
Mathews z7

Copper John Dead Nuts sight
QAD rest
Apex quiver
Carbon Express pile driver arrows

Nockturnal lighted nocks

Rage 100 gr Hypodermic broadheads

TruFire release

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Mathews DXT

Copper John dead nuts sight

Trophy Taker rest

Apex quiver

Carbon Express Pile Driver

NAP Spit Fire 100g

Nocturnal knocks

Tru Ball release

 

 

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Matthews HTX nocam dropaway single pin carbon express like drivers and rage broadheads can't wait for tomorrow. Calling for hard frost here 49270a801a6202d1556fbf41e22363fe.jpg

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Good luck tomorrow folks.


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Good luck and safe hunting!!


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8 hours ago, Legacy said:

What's your weapon of choice in the upcoming archery season?

I am still shooting...
Mathews z7

Copper John Dead Nuts sight
QAD rest
Apex quiver
Carbon Express pile driver arrows

Nockturnal lighted nocks

Rage 100 gr Hypodermic broadheads

TruFire release

IMG_20170930_115152159.jpg

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Elite Answer, QAD Ultra rest, pile drivers with Blazers, 100 grain Muzzys are my hunting implements this year but honestly my weapon of choice this year has been reading every book and magazine this off season that I could get my hands on and learning strategies of high vs low impact hunting, better stewardship of my land with creating cover/sanctuary, plans for food plots next year and making myself a better hunter through education.

 

We'll see if it pays off...........good luck this year and as always thanks for your great hunting thread

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Good luck to everyone!! I'm going to pass on the morning to many deer on feed in AM to bump off.  I'll try and sneak out in the afternoon.  

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I'm planning on an evening sit, too. Still no big boys showing up on the camera...lots of scrubs...and not much movement in the morning . 

 

Elite GT500, QAD Ultra Rest, Montana Black Gold Flashpoint sight, Carbon Express Mayhem shafts and Slick Trick fixed broadheads.

 

Quick question: has anyone started to see acorns dropping yet? It's hard to time in years where the weather changes so dramatically, but I think that the crop should be bumper.

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I had my traditional missed doe broadside at 20 yards on opening day. Always have to get that out of the way.  

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Lots of deer moving this morning. 14 total including 3 1.5 year old buck. Witnessed an 8pt rub a metal fence post for ten minutes 40 yards from the stand. Felt good to be back in a tree!

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First pics of this buck that I have had on camera past couple of years. Last year he was a nine point. Looks like he is now just a great big 8.

 

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Clover and Chicory for dinner tonight! Wasn't going to hunt today but just couldn't resist climbing in a tree. This will be my last sit for the rest of the week. May take a doe if shot is presented, but really just here to soak it in!

 

 

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