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    Question What will you do different in bow hunting this year?

    What will you do different in bow hunting this year? I am going to have more stands this year and a blind. A few more places to move around and not have to stay in the same place.

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    Not much really,i have a honey hole now,i had 8 doe to pick from till my 6 pointer came in last year.Spent lots of time and effort to develope this spot too.
    I have other places on my properties but this one is a sure thing.......

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    since my stands were stolen last season and are not likely going to be available to replace them,im going to hunt from brush blinds and do alot of spot-n-stalk through the swamps,creekbottoms and cornfields. If I do get relacement stands I'm going to wire 220v direct as a theft deterrant and maybe some Rambo style boobie traps to further help matters.
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    Add more tree stands and put the wife's tri-pod to work - found a new areas in the pasture deer have been using - Man, saplings tore up and deer trails like a hog wallow. I'll get some pics....

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    Put another stand up in a different location.Put something with a roof over my head for rainy days.
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    Spend more time on stand this year. And, harvest a doe (attempt to); I passed on several last year waiting for those darn antlers. Never got a shot at a mature buck, serves me right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    since my stands were stolen last season and are not likely going to be available to replace them,im going to hunt from brush blinds and do alot of spot-n-stalk through the swamps,creekbottoms and cornfields. If I do get relacement stands I'm going to wire 220v direct as a theft deterrant and maybe some Rambo style boobie traps to further help matters.
    Now I like this idea. Hope you come across the stand that was ripped off while your huntin. Would be cool if someone was in it while you took it back
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    Now why in the hell didn't I also think of that! Good idea, the nerve of some.
    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    since my stands were stolen last season and are not likely going to be available to replace them,im going to hunt from brush blinds and do alot of spot-n-stalk through the swamps,creekbottoms and cornfields. If I do get relacement stands I'm going to wire 220v direct as a theft deterrant and maybe some Rambo style boobie traps to further help matters.
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    Talking with some friends about going out of state to do some elk hunting for a couple weeks. Cheeper the more go, BUT, the more crowded also. I'm going with some different arrows this year for sure. Haven't been too happy with what I've been using. Got a few blinds left from last year that were good spots so just remodel some. The biggest change will be hunting with my firecat all season since I didn't get it till the last few weeks of the season.

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