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Old 24 October 2010, 20:05   #1
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When SIBs, Spikes & Blackpowder Meet...

...It Results In Meat!

The fall harvest has begun, and the little SIB has been chomping at the bit all spring & summer for this time of year to come around. The muzzle loader deer season is now underway, and the SIB has so far been instrumental in helping obtain this whitetail spike buck. Hopefully I'll get a couple more deer with the SIB before the seasons ends.







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Old 25 October 2010, 15:40   #2
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Some nice venison for the freezer there mate , good hunting and great pics.
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Some nice venison for the freezer there mate , good hunting and great pics.
Very nice!! Shame about the Orange! I've hunted in Texas ....and I know its a case of ''Better 'Orange' than dead''!!
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Very nice!! Shame about the Orange! I've hunted in Texas ....and I know its a case of ''Better 'Orange' than dead''!!
I don't think they have got that message yet in Florida, they all seem to wear camo, even in Walmart .
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I don't think they have got that message yet in Florida, they all seem to wear camo, even in Walmart .
There does seem to be a strange fixation with camo in the U.S. You can even get camo tuxedos and evening gowns. Keeping your hunting clothing as scent free as possible is far more important that camo for getting as close as possible to deer. That means washing everything you will wear in the field (right down to undies & socks in scent free laundry detergent, drying it without any 'softening sheets'. then immediately storing those clothes in an airtight bag. Ideally, those clothes should remain in that bag until you are at your hunting location before changing into them.
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There does seem to be a strange fixation with camo in the U.S. You can even get camo tuxedos and evening gowns. Keeping your hunting clothing as scent free as possible is far more important that came for getting as close as possible to deer. That means washing everything you will wear in the field (right down to undies & socks in scent free laundry detergent, drying it without any 'softening sheets'. then immediately storing those clothes in an airtight bag. Ideally, those clothes should remain in that bag until you are at your hunting location before changing into them.
You can even get camo tuxedos and evening gowns

Pity they didn't do them 21 yrs ago I would have bought one for my wedding suit
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There does seem to be a strange fixation with camo in the U.S. You can even get camo tuxedos and evening gowns. Keeping your hunting clothing as scent free as possible is far more important that camo for getting as close as possible to deer. That means washing everything you will wear in the field (right down to undies & socks in scent free laundry detergent, drying it without any 'softening sheets'. then immediately storing those clothes in an airtight bag. Ideally, those clothes should remain in that bag until you are at your hunting location before changing into them.
Hey tuber, see you haven't joined peta yet... yep, good to see some things don't change. It sure does seem like a lot of Merican's do like their camo. Don't know what it is but it must have to do with hiding in the jungle (be it urban or otherwise) carrying a gun or bow and shooting something. You know how we can be... I'm surprised you Canucks haven't capitalized on that camo craze by making camo bottles and cans of Labatt or molsons. Probably would outsell that Iphone gadget... By a bunch.
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I'm surprised you Canucks haven't capitalized on that camo craze by making camo bottles and cans of Labatt or molsons.
Doubt that idea would work, a man wants to know EXACTLY where his beer is
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Doubt that idea would work, a man wants to know EXACTLY where his beer is
I'll second that
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