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Old 05-17-2009, 12:12 PM
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Ready for archery season, im pumped I can't wait!
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Old 05-17-2009, 05:22 PM
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I just went out and bought a new alphamax 35 and I can't wait for the season.

I'm pretty much ready to go now with all the toys installed and sighted in.

Seasons just so far away.
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Old 05-17-2009, 05:44 PM
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I missed this big boy yesterday, The snuffers looked like a Hula dancer in the wind. It was a clean miss. But I know where he lives eats and sleeps. I'll be going back in 2 weeks.

Man, I love Hawaii. It's bow season all year long.



Plus the ruts is just starting, they are starting to make rubs. by June it'll be in full swing
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Old 05-18-2009, 06:07 AM
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I just went out and bought a new alphamax 35 and I can't wait for the season.

I'm pretty much ready to go now with all the toys installed and sighted in.

Seasons just so far away.
Ya im getting my new Hoyt this month and can't wait to get one with it
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Yeah I'm breaking in my Monster. He's almost potty trained now. By August he'll be a trained killer for sure.
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Old 05-18-2009, 05:01 PM
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You betcha! I've been ready for a few weeks!
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A few guys at work are convinced I'm nuts....( I came in and said "almost down to 3 months to opening day")

The wife can see the depression starting to fade....

Already planning treestand hanging trips to Indiana...
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Old 05-19-2009, 07:18 AM
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LMAO!!! Now THAT'S FUNNY!!!!!

Hey, you dang well better stop in and say hey!! Um...just where are you hanging stands???
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Have alot of work to do before the season open here on Oct 1/09. Need to clear afew more trees on the one property that I hunt. Also looks as if I might have lossed one of the big ranches that I hunt just afew minutes down the road from my dads place. Have shot alot of deer there in the last four years and seen afew big ones that got away.

My bow looks as if it is tuned pretty good just need to set up pins for some more longer distances. Going to have to choose which broadhead to use also, Rage three blades will be in the quiver most likely along with either Spitfires or Montecs for deer then Montecs or Something else for Moose? Nitrons maybe have some coming will have to see what I think of them. Would also like to try some Hellrazors.

Been trying alot of different heads over the last couple of months.

Not sure of which bow will be my hunting rig either might have to split the time between them.

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you'll like the montec G5's a lot better than the hellrazors. hellrazors have a weld where the blades come together at the base of the set up. had trouble getting them to all fly the same. montecs don't have this weld.
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