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BowhunterNJ

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  1. Awesome! Way to go! Congrats!
  2. I have safety lines on my stands even ladders. The danger is setting them up initially where I use a linemens belt. My guilty move is also the most dangerous, stepping onto the stand the first time not connected. Lineman belt gets caught low when I try to step onto the stand (up not parallel) so I always felt it was safer without it versus getting pulled downward. Smarter would be to set the stand parallel to last step.
  3. Wow, sorry to hear that! Terrible!
  4. I'll add the benefit to not using cams is you maintain the mystique of the woods you hunt. You go, you hunt and you have no idea what may show up. That's exciting in itself. Also the case in November (especially late) when bucks from anywhere could be there one day and gone the next.
  5. I like it. I think the key is shooting a buck that makes a good hunt and year for you, regardless of it's size. There's almost always a chance of bigger being out there nearby. Enjoy the process you are doing now and the results you're getting. At some point perhaps you'll want to target specific bucks, which either takes cams or glassing/scouting (if your property allows for it).
  6. Congrats nick! Well done!
  7. Congrats Jack, one hell of a buck and story! Great stuff, you had some long days on stand and it finally came together in a big way! Once in a lifetime for almost everyone. Though I'm thinking good ol Zach Harris might take down a 220" non typical in winter bow with how his season is going!
  8. Great buck! Congrats to your brother in law!
  9. Coffee saved my ass yesterday to keep me warm through that crap. Today too. Hot liquids make a huge difference. Nothing like that warm up!
  10. Way to go Nate! Congratulations!
  11. What's your clothing choice for those kind of sits? Those windy, freezing sleet and wet snow sits are brutal. Temps plummeting after you've been drenched just makes it miserable if any of that cold reaches your body.
  12. I don't have any Zach Harris caliber bucks but I'm about 50/50 for morning vs evening on bucks I have mounted. And I mostly hunt all day dark to dark.
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