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PowWow / Re: Thoughts on this homemade ground blind
« Last post by Terry Green on Today at 10:04:09 AM »
Kirk, at the moment I am in the process of moving all my stories to a personal forum so Rob can tell me how to save them all onto an external hard drive and make duplicates on thumb drives.  I'm doing this so my girls and grand kids, when I have them, can read about my hunts and adventures.  I'm pulling them from all over the site as they are scattered everywhere and I have moved a few to the 'Tarz Antics' forum.... link below to this said hunt.....

https://www.tradgang.com/tgsmf/index.php?topic=60516.0

BTW, there is also a few comments in this story about trusting your gut instincts.
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PowWow / Re: How do you draw
« Last post by Terry Green on Today at 09:59:45 AM »
That's cool Gun. Yeah, I'm 'kinda' ambidextrous as I can pick up a lefty and out to 15 is in the game from the start.  No were near the distance I'm accurate as a righty, but I could pull it off in a pinch if I needed to borrow a bow while on a hunt.
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PowWow / Re: Tradgang Member 'Blaino'
« Last post by Terry Green on Today at 09:56:27 AM »
Profile says he registered in 2005. That would be 17yrs ago, when he was 21.

Bisch

Yeah, sorry Bisch, I was typing as you were posting and I missed your post.  Correct, either way its cool!  :campfire:
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PowWow / Tradgang Hall of Fame week 9
« Last post by Terry Green on Today at 09:53:37 AM »
Danny Rowan

Kenny Yoder aka 4runr

Randy Burtis aka FerretWYO

Jeffrey Schulz

Michael Davenport aka wapiti792

.............................................

From the Happy Hunting Grounds...

Dave Landis aka Doc Nock

Chad Holms

Denny Sturgis Sr.

..............................

I will be doing Sponsor Hall of Famers next week......
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PowWow / Re: 2 Blade broadheads
« Last post by Stringwacker on Today at 09:40:14 AM »
I've always mounted them horizontal so I don't have to look through the blade at my target.

Additionally, I like to tune and cut my arrows to be within a 1/4" of my actual draw. (I just don't prefer a lot of useless overhang) Mounting the broadheads horizontal allows you to slightly overdraw (if you get too excited) as a vertical mounted head will hit your arrow shelf well before a horizontal head will hit the side of your riser on many broadheads.

For those that prefer a substantially longer arrow length than your actual draw its a worthless point. Yet, a lot of folks sometimes obtain arrows that are just a little too short; and mounting broadways horizontal (such as a Zwickey Eskimo) will allow a little more than an additional 1/4"draw than a vertical mounted on many recurve bows....maybe on some longbows as well but I'm not sure.
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Prayers/Concerns/Honors/Ailments / Re: Member needs prayer now
« Last post by shick on Today at 09:36:45 AM »
So sorry to hear that; prayers offered for Randy and family.
Shick
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PowWow / Re: Thoughts on this homemade ground blind
« Last post by GCook on Today at 07:50:41 AM »
Here you'd have to have it up a few days before hunting it.  Pigs would walk right by but deer it would spook them.  Anything different throws them for a loop for a few days.
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PowWow / Re: Help with year this kodiak was made
« Last post by TIM B on Today at 07:26:30 AM »
Pictures of the tips?
You could also email Bear and they could tell ya.
Tim B
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PowWow / Re: Help with year this kodiak was made
« Last post by Traditional-Archer on Today at 07:24:16 AM »
I also see 22 stamped on the bow, I’ve not seen this before ?
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PowWow / Re: Help with year this kodiak was made
« Last post by Traditional-Archer on Today at 07:22:34 AM »
I believe this is the standing bear
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