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Author Topic: primos blood light  (Read 1392 times)

Offline Snortweeze

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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #15 on: September 04, 2008, 11:03:23 AM »
THATS WHAT HUNTING BUDDIES ARE FOR, TO HELP YOU TRACK DEER. I AM A GOOD TRACKER BUT WHEN I AM TRACKING ONE I SHOT I GET IN TO BIG OF A HURRY SO I LET MY BUDDIES TRACK MY DEER AND I TRACK THEIRS. LUCKILY WERE GOOD SHOTS AND DONT DO A WHOLE LOT OF TRACKING
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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #16 on: September 05, 2008, 06:37:17 AM »
You know there is not many things that can keep me from hunting.  I have some great friends that track for me if need be.  My brother is actually training a dog to track on blood and that is going very well for him, says he will have him ready this year when I sting a big one with my bow.

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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #17 on: September 05, 2008, 07:23:13 AM »
Thats the spirit don't let nothing hold you back.Too many people in this world miss out every year to enjoy the great outdoors.

Offline bowhuntersrave

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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #18 on: September 05, 2008, 01:02:01 PM »
For what it is worth I have 2 Primos Blood hunter lights. This light is by far the best I have used, blood shows up great on dry leaves, pine needles, grass and bare dirt. As always one must make a good shot for a good blood trail. I have used the light to find 10 of twelve deer that were shot last season. 2 were very marginal shots were the blood trail stopped after 50 yards, But when all else fails we turn to the tracking dog.

I shot a deer last year that turned just as I let the arrow fly, my arrow angled in a frontal chest out through the last rib. There was not much for blood. What blood there was, was enough we used the light and found the deer.

If you now someone that has one of these lights. Ask to try it out, go to a butcher and get some blood from him, have someone else make a blood trail. When it is dark you will see for yourself how the blood looks.

I also hunt with a guy that is color blind, only sees in black and white. With the bloodhunter light he says the blood stands out a darker black to him.
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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #19 on: September 05, 2008, 03:17:59 PM »
Thanks for the input I will invest in one of these if for nothing else it will help my trackers find my deer easier.  Or maybe it will snow in Oct and stay on the ground all season or not

Offline Corley

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Re: primos blood light
« Reply #20 on: September 25, 2008, 11:09:07 PM »
I guess these lights are cheaper than blood trailing dogs.
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