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The Camp Fire / Re: house bucks
« Last post by yari on Today at 09:46:07 PM »
Yari   whats the deal with the vines or the rope. I missed something.      Yea as far as the cams go I have 6 out. I have picts of three dandy bucks and have seen more in the general area. but hunting season is a ways off.

bucks are supposed to love to rub on vertical vines vs plain branches. they rub their glands on their faces. it acts as a sign post


google 'vertical vines for bucks'. there are videos to watch. one is a property consultant that swears by them
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The Camp Fire / Re: house bucks
« Last post by notsams on Today at 08:01:59 PM »
Yari   whats the deal with the vines or the rope. I missed something.      Yea as far as the cams go I have 6 out. I have picts of three dandy bucks and have seen more in the general area. but hunting season is a ways off.
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The Camp Fire / Re: house bucks
« Last post by yari on Today at 07:58:55 PM »
No cams out yet. I am afraid if I do I will jinx my house sale. But if it does nit sell soon , I may be hunting in my backyard again, which is good and bad at this point.

I hope this place sells, hard carrying insurance, utilities etc on two homes

good luck. the housing market is still good here
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The Camp Fire / Re: Question About Scent Crusher
« Last post by MI_Bowhunter on Today at 07:31:00 PM »
I bought the small one that plugs into a car outlet.  I left it in the car for extended periods of time and it made no difference in the smell of interior of the car.

Some people swear by them but I didn't see that it did anything,

For the record I was not in the car at the time, i just left it plugged in.
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The Camp Fire / Re: house bucks
« Last post by Flintlock1776 on Today at 07:09:57 PM »
No cams out yet. I am afraid if I do I will jinx my house sale. But if it does nit sell soon , I may be hunting in my backyard again, which is good and bad at this point.

I hope this place sells, hard carrying insurance, utilities etc on two homes
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The Camp Fire / Re: house bucks
« Last post by yari on Today at 05:34:01 PM »
I finally got a cam out at my dad's place. I also brought the chainsaw and clear the shooting lanes. hopefully, i'll get a second out tomorrow and some more brushing

I tried a horizonal vine this year. I've heard good things and this would be a natural spot, right next to the minerals. I think it was wenzel's that said to use rope, but later articles said vines work much better. i'll let you know how it works

anyone else got cams out? any shooters?
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Deer Hunting / Re: Alabama changes
« Last post by OLD FLORIDA GATOR on Today at 02:44:24 PM »
glad I don't hunt in Alabama   
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The Camp Fire / Re: Question About Scent Crusher
« Last post by Deerhead on Today at 02:21:36 PM »
First off Ozone is dangerous if you breath in a confined space.  So please use caution when using ozone generators.  I have a friend who works for a major hotel chain.  They use ozone generators in hotel rooms to eliminate smoke and other odors all the time.  I bought on on Amazon for $70.  Shortly after receiving the generator my friend had a rental car that smelled "really" bad.  We put the generator in the car for about 10 minutes.  You could smell the ozone but the other odor was gone.  We left the windows down and the vehicle was so much better. 

I plan on using the generator in my camper to get rid of the musty smell.  Then air out my camper with fresh air.  I will try my hunting cloths. But like I said there is an odor to the ozone.  So not sure how the deer will react to that odor.  Since the generator is larger than Ozonics brand I will not do it for a long time.  Maybe that will reduce the smell. 
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Archery / Re: Advice in purchasing bow next year
« Last post by Deerhead on Today at 10:42:29 AM »
I have been shooting for 40 years.  You get what you pay for!  Hoyt and Mathews are two good manufactures.  You can not go wrong with either one.  My philosophy is stay with one of the major manufactures and purchase their top tier bows.  They will last longer, be more reliable, more accurately, shoot quietly, less vibration...   Over the years I have had some real winners and some real losers.  I would recommend budgeting twice as much $1500 for a bow and accessories.  Even if that means waiting until next year to make your purchase.  You will be much happier with your new bow and setup.  Whatever you choose enjoy!       
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Archery / Re: Advice in purchasing bow next year
« Last post by BoBallistic on Today at 05:51:57 AM »
Well Over 20 years ago, I was "fitted" with a PSE Mach Flite Four (Ancient by today's standards) from a small Pro Shop that was located in the woods - seriously, it was located in the middle of nowhere in South Atlanta!! All they sold is bows. Since I am also left handed (shoot Compound Bow left handed, but Crossbow shoot right handed) it took them a few weeks extra to get it in from PSE.

Both Husband and Wife helped us with new PSE Bows, it happen in the spring of that year and we were planning on heading to Colorado in the fall for a Archery Hunt (10 day hunt). They knew their stuff, we were both measured for out bows, Randy, my shooting buddy at the time, was right handed and his bow was in stock. After shooting Randy's Bow for two weeks, it was a few tweaks that the bow needed and each time we went down there they owners would bestow some really good knowledge on both of us.....I know I made three trips to the "shop" for them to tweak my new left handed PSE Bow, my overdraw system clocked out at 241 fps, fast for the times back then......the Archery Trips to Colorado was a success that year and for a couple of years after that...but still have that PSE Bow today and still practice with it shoot about 50 arrows with it in targets in the back yard, but these days as I age, the Crossbow is my weapon of choice....

I totally agree with everyone here that says that a small shop is the way to go over a big box store.....nothing like the personal touch and fit when it comes to a new Bow.....   
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