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Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:23 am
One of the members of the bow hunting group I was a part of at one time, came by yesterday and invited me to rejoin the association since I went back to the compound and wanted to make the trip to trustenholder with us
I declined the offer. I don't need friends like that. I always try to promote this sport I love and all aspects of deer hunting. just because I do not wish to hunt the way someone else does or harvest any legal animal I will not beat them up for the way they hunt
I will still Cary the crossbow as a back up any way I sent him packing and he won't be in camp with me
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Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 7:23 am
Good for you
we get enough talk from anti hunters to be criticizing each other for our weapon of choice.
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 7:25 am
that's how i feel.. as long as someone hunts ethically and legally it's all good.
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:27 am
Wish there were more hunters like you.
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:30 am
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 6:00 pm
Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 6:48 pm
I agree Steve! I have had stands torn down, plots tore up, cams stolen, just because people are jealous. The way I hunt is different than most. I have passed a legal 6 pt 2x because I wasn't in the mood to shoot him, then on his 3rd attempt he wasn't so lucky. I say hunt the way you want to hunt and and enjoy the sport! Many people need to get back to their roots.
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Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 7:24 pm
I feel the same as most of you, if it's a legal deer then you have the right to take it and not feel guilty just because it does not measure up to others standards. I eat deer but have never carried for bone soup so I never try and cook them. I will be 65 in a couple of months so I figure I don't have that many years left to enjoy the sport that I love, so I will harvest any legal deer I want to and not feel guilty about it. With some of the health issues I have been having in the past few months I might not be able to hunt as much I want to but I do plan on enjoying it while I can and every chance I get.
Good luck to all of you and get out and enjoy what God created for us.
Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2015 8:41 am
I have some close friends that dog hunt and I used to be a member of a club with them but after I retired from racing and was able to bowhunt again my perspective on deer hunting changed.. I wont criticize their method and they don't criticize my choice of hunting.. I believe all hunters need to stick together regardless of how an animal is taken...My methods of hunting have changed dramatically over the years,,, when I was younger I lived the brown and down life, now I am really selective on the bucks I take as well as does.. plus having a granddaughter that loves to hunt and that has changed some of my set ups so 2 of us can sit together.... good luck yawl
Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:33 am
Like Bigsteve, Jv and many others. I grew up in a time when there were few deer in Mississippi. There wasn't even a season in Hinds, County or south of there. On average, I would go ten years at a time without harvesting a deer. Not until in my fifties did I began taking one or two, a year. But I have enjoyed every day I have hunted. In fact all those lean years seemed to be the most enjoyable in my hunting experiences. Just do it the way you enjoy and forget about the rest.
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