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Summit is the way to go. I like mine. Look at Craig's List.
[IMG]That little honey bear would have a hard time with this feeder. This is from Hang 'Em High feeders.
I had a Swhacker do the same on me last year where only one blade deployed.
First blood...now you need to stick a buck.
It works well, especially late season. Make sure you don't have cattle in the area because alfalfa is like cheesecake to them.
Welcome aboard! I used to live in Glendale.
Did you feed him some Jack Links?
I have heard good things about Low Gap Outfitters. I too like the benefits of a guided hunt as many here do. My job takes a lot of time and then I...
LOL...Wally World for cougar meet and greet.
Permethrin is def the way to go.
I have hunted Texas, North Dakota, and Kentucky for whitetail and can say that Kentucky is the hardest hunting bar none. I do think the blue grass...
It's going to be a mixed bag depending upon where you are. It wasn't cold enough at the start of the activity for a generalized patterned behavior...
I just switched to Rage Chisel Tips for this reason. I shot a doe with a two blade a few weeks back and one blade did not deploy. This was a first.
You preparing to call in a longhorn spike or a button buck?
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"speed and precision"
I've got the Viper and love it. It weighs something dumb like 8 pounds and packs out easy. Can I buy yours for $130?
Tapatalk is the only way to go.
They like alfalfa hay and cotton seed hull.
Here's another one. You could probably build one out if wood if you wanted to. I've seen one similar at Drake's feed store in Morgantown.