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Posted 01/26/13 - 10:45 AM
I've been out a handful of times so far. My brother has been out twice. Second time he took this doe on a long afternoon sit on one of those frigid cold days.
A little doe management in an area that needs it.
I hope to take at least one more mature doe out of the area myself. It's public land so not sure what others are doing, but it's one of those increasingly rare public areas that definitely have way too many deer still.
BowhunterNJ, recognize that Ross bow?
Posted 01/26/13 - 10:49 AM
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Posted 01/26/13 - 08:47 PM
Posted 01/26/13 - 08:49 PM
Nice doe for sure under harsh conditions.. and yes I loved my Ross bows..lol, right up to when I sold them..haha.. The Ross 337 was an incredible tack driver and the Cardiac was a fantastic hunting bow. However, have I mentioned the BowTech Experience yet???
I think I saw those for sale at Walmart...buy 1, get 2 free?
Posted 01/27/13 - 09:16 AM
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Posted 01/27/13 - 06:24 PM
Wind is what makes it tough. My eyes and nose were dripping like faucets and freezing in my beard with the wind hitting me in the face. Had beardcicles...
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Posted 01/29/13 - 09:13 PM
And the snow cover, with the blood trail...
NRA Life Member
"From My Cold Dead Hands" I'm all for Gun Control...I use both Hands.
Posted 01/29/13 - 09:49 PM
Nice:thumb_up: I've been out a lot lately in those 15 degree temps...been seeing a lot of movement. Should of sealed the deal Friday afternoon but my drop away rest froze and never dropped quick enough...arrow went a few feet high.
That's why I went back to a biscuit. My dropaway string got caught on a branch pulling the bow up the tree and I shot a foot over a doe at 15yds! I never missed one with a WB.
Posted 01/31/13 - 07:02 AM
Posted 01/31/13 - 07:27 AM
Me too, less is more.....and ROSS bows rock....BTW I would rather winter bow than early season bow all day long.
Paul M. Ross
Coldwell Banker Sales Associate
PAUL THE PAINTER
ALL TYPES OF PAINTING
Posted 01/31/13 - 08:05 AM
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