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About maximus66

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  • Birthday 11/10/1966

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    Somerset County, New Jersey

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  1. maximus66

    Big public land buck down!

    Nothing short of Outstanding! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    9 Pter Down

    Way to go man Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. maximus66

    My little guys first harvest...

    Awesome! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. maximus66

    Illinois bowhunt on private land

    Don’t regret Tom, just ignore some. I myself would have jumped all over this if I didn’t have an upcoming trip. What most guys don’t get is you are offering a hunt on a property that has not been molested by an outfitters guys week after week and the lease you offer isn’t just some piece of land. It’s a piece you worked hard on from everything like food plots to hinge cutting etc. if you should choose to make this kind of offer next year or intentions to please pm me so i know and can allocate time/cash for it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    10/18 Check In

    Out on a new piece of property, looks pretty promising. Found a new large scrape on my way out, wasn’t there when i set the stand a couple days ago. Been trying to get this piece for bow for quite a while. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Compound Bow shooting ?

    Larry, as hammer pointed to earlier about everything being inline is going to give the best performance and accuracy. That being said the most important thing is being repeatable. If you don’t feel comfortable most likely you will make adjustments each time you draw, this is problematic because in the heat of the moment with a big buck infront of you that all goes out the window LOL You need to create a draw/hold/form that is relaxed and repeatable. Ten different guys including the best archers will give you advice on the “mechanics” but each of those mechanics may not fit your frame. One will say you need a low wrist grip, another will say you need a higher elbow position on your release arm etc. sometimes per your frame these mechanics may not be repeatable without constantly thinking about them which again is lost in the heat of the moment. As a hunter, use a a combination that is relaxed and repeatable, not necessarily text book. Look at some of the greatest golfers, they may break all of the rules as tp proper mechanics but they developed something that is repeatable. Under pressure a repeatable form allthough maybe not the perfect text book form, will be the difference between a good shot and a bad one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. maximus66

    What do you consider to be a big buck?

    And ya know if he did he would sit there touching and playing with it for a while Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What do you consider to be a big buck?

    It depends what you are after/what’s there. I will take anything 3 yrs and up 120ish or better...usually. This year i have seen a real good one twice, once from the stand. I have let two 120” deer pass so far waiting for a crack at him. Now on another property I haven’t seen anything real big so maybe a 120ish will get it. Maybe, maybe not. For meat i take does and am not bothered if i eat tags. I am way past the “ gotta get my buck” phase Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. maximus66

    What do you consider to be a big buck?

    This guy right here, going in my trophy room
  10. maximus66

    Compound Bow shooting ?

    Great attitude! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    How would you have handled this???

    Man Jack you definitely need some anger management sessions LOL You’re like a Jekel and Hide Now to the OP...Jack has given me an idea, get a pic of you boffing the guys wife and put the sd in your camera. Should be a nice surprise LMAO Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. maximus66

    A Dog's Life

    LMAO Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Compound Bow shooting ?

    Bingo, they have to be. I know because i started out shooting this way. What most don’t understand is this type of anchor is not truly inline and will cause a bit of torque on the grip. Especially once its cool and you put gloves on. The timberline no peep proved this to me long ago Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Shotgun Choice For 6 Day ?

    No really LOL Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk