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  1. yoda4x4

    Hunting with Little Ones - Help Needed

    Appreciate all the replies. Sounds like a ground blind is the way to go. As far as being antsy, this will have zero to do with my daughter being there. The few times I've sat on the ground I'm just stressed because I can't see anywhere near as much as I do in a treestand. And yeah, I'm already preparing myself for the "Daddy deer!" that's bound to be blurted out. LOL I just hope we see some deer and I know she'll be hooked from there on out. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  2. Come this hunting season, my daughter will be about 5-1/2 yrs old and I'd like to try taking her in the woods during early bow (deer) season. Up until now, I have almost zero experience hunting from the ground. I find that I tend to get very antsy when I am on the ground due to my sight being limited; I'm way more relaxed up in a treestand. I'm thinking that a ground blind would be the way to go as it would allow my daughter to be comfortable and have some freedom to move around but I'd be more on edge as a result. The other choice would be a 2 person ladder stand that would make me more comfortable but probably less so for her. Which way should I go? And if it's a ground blind, which one do you recommend? It'll be set and left so weight isn't much of a consideration. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  3. yoda4x4

    WTB : utility trailer

    That's weird. I bought one like 20 yrs ago from eBay and my brother still uses it to this day with no issues. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  4. yoda4x4

    WTB : utility trailer

    I hope this doesn't hijack this post, but why are those inexpensive folding utility trailers no longer sold? David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  5. yoda4x4

    Indian Food, How Is It?

    I've had Indian food twice. Both times it was disgusting. The comedy of it all is... I work for an Indian owned pharmaceutical company and I make no bones about the fact that I can't stand it. David
  6. yoda4x4

    Epidural Next Week !!!

    Best of luck Joe. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  7. yoda4x4

    Life Sux

    Glad to hear you're on the road to recovery. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  8. yoda4x4

    Diy Gc, my biggest project

    Man that looks awesome! David
  9. I don't know if this qualifies as a hunting purchase but I've been saving for a new Savage 110 Tactical, left handed and chambered in 308. Not sure yet what I'll top it with but my guess is that I'll need about $2k for the gun, rings, and scope. At the rate I'm saving, I don't think I'll have the money before hunting season starts though. David
  10. yoda4x4

    You May Remember Me...

    My daughter doesn't hunt since she's only 5. I'm hopeful though... The only thing that worries me about her not hunting is that she is hyper as all heck; she can't sit still. But she loves venison and has no issues seeing my kills so there's hope. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  11. yoda4x4

    You May Remember Me...

    Last year was a good but interesting and sometimes strange year. The good: I wound up shooting 5 deer (3 time I tied for most deer in a year), 2 of which were busted up bucks. And for the first time ever, I shot 2 does in a single morning with my xbow (Tenpoint Titan Xtreme). 1 of my bucks was one heavy SOB; it took me and my buddy (luknikk) to get him to the truck as he died down at the bottom of this hill. My butcher told me he was 160lbs field dressed. Because I was able to fill my freezer as fast as I did, I cut my season off a full month earlier and was able to spend my allotted hunting time with my daughter. The bad: I didn't see nearly as many deer as I have in previous seasons. And I didn't see a whole lot of rutting activity. But no matter what, I filled the freezer and am truly thankful for that... not to mention that I had a great time doing it. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk
  12. yoda4x4

    The Best One So Far

    Heck of a nice buck. David
  13. yoda4x4

    You May Remember Me...

    Definitely puppies. I happen to have a chocolate lab named Emmitt. Neither... I don't drink alcohol; guess that makes me boring. Thanks guys for the welcome. David
  14. yoda4x4

    You May Remember Me...

    Hey guys. You may remember me, I was an NJH member a long time ago but stopped using that site because of a number of despicable members that frequented it. I literally swore to myself that I would never join another NJ site. But, I've been peeking at this site for some time to see how good/bad the members were and after watching on the sidelines, I figured that since the members here seem pretty cool, I should come out of the shadows and participate. I hope I can be as helpful to you all as you can be with me. David Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk