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Another BH tuning question #archery

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I have paper tuned to a nice tear with a fletched arrow. CS set at 13/16" and I yoke tuned to get the paper tear good. At 40 yards, my BHs are spot on, but FPs are hitting 3-4" left. Do I do more yoke tuning or would moving the rest bring POI together at this point?
Bow is an Xpedition Xcentric 7 at 67lbs, 28.5" draw and QAD HDX rest. 433gr arrows and Exodus BHs. Thanks


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Another TV Show Caught Poaching #archery

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"We do things most wont to experience something most never will" aint that the truth.

https://wgfd.wyo.gov/Regional-Office…-in-the-Sticks

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CASPER – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently closed a poaching case in Converse County Circuit Court. On March 13, 2017, Ricky J. Mills, 37, and Jimmy G. Duncan, 25 pled no contest to numerous wildlife violations totaling over $ 30,000 in fines. Mills and Duncan are from Bedford, Kentucky.

The case started with a tip from a concerned Wyoming citizen who watched the two defendants on a hunting show called "Hunting in the Sticks" that aired on national television. In the episode "Western Redemption," Mills and Duncan are seen harvesting two bull elk in Wyoming. The concerned citizen noticed that the area they claimed to have killed their elk, did not match the area of their licenses.

An investigator from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Investigative Unit and Douglas Game Warden Rod Lebert opened the case and began an exhaustive search for the kill sites north of Douglas in the Cow Creek Buttes and Miller Hills areas. When the first kill site was located, they collected evidence and a solid case was built against the poachers.

"This case could not have been made without the assistance of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources agents," said Mike Ehlebracht, investigative supervisor for the Wyoming Game and Fish. "Through search warrants and interviews we were able to make a case and both men confessed."

At the conclusion of the investigation, it was determined that in 2014 while deer hunting in Deer Hunt Area 10 in northern Converse County, Mills and Duncan each killed a mature bull elk on private property. Both men also had elk licenses that same year, but the licenses were valid for Elk Hunt Area 51, which is in extreme northwest Wyoming bordering Yellowstone National Park, not for Elk Hunt Area 113 where they shot the elk. Elk Hunt Area 113 is a highly coveted hunt area with very few licenses. In this hunt area, bulls are only allowed to be harvested every other year.

It was also discovered that the two defendants attempted to do the same thing in 2013. Other evidence showed that Duncan harvested an antelope buck in September 2013 without a license. The two were also charged with waste of big game animals in connection with the two illegally harvested elk, along with a small game violation.

Ricky Mills was sentenced to pay $ 7,460 in fines, $ 6,000 in restitution for the bull elk he killed, $ 240 in court costs and lost his hunting privileges for 15 years. Mills will be entered into the Wildlife Violator Compact which will prevent him from hunting and trapping in 43 participating states.

Jimmy Duncan was sentenced to pay $ 7,500 in fines, $ 6,000 in restitution for the bull elk he killed, $ 4,000 in restitution for the antelope in 2013 and $ 240 in court costs. He was also suspended for 15 years from hunting and trapping and will be entered into the Wildlife Violator Compact. The elk mounts from both Duncan and Mills were forfeited to the Game and Fish.

"I believe the two defendants were driven to get kill shot footage for the television show and that resulted in their making bad decisions," added Ehlebracht.


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Another public land, Georgia, 9 point!

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Saturday morning found me in the woods with bucks running around. Early rut? Or something else? Normally don’t see this activity until just after Christmas! I was able to grunt in an 8 point. He stopped at 40 yards, i settled the pin and squeezed the trigger. The trigger falls back, but the jaws don’t open. Stuck at full draw with a disengaged trigger. Ending that day on a sour note. Told myself to come try again tomorrow.

Sunday morning rolls around and i reluctantly roll out of bed. I make the 2 or so mile drive to the park up the road. I get out of the truck and get my gear together and start my 1.1 mile trek to that spot. I get 200 yards from there and i see a boat. I finally spot the guy in the woods from afar. He is probably in the tree i was leaned against the day before!

So, i make a sharp right turn and go in the woods. Bump a deer so i look for a place to set up. Found a nice pine tree with plenty of cover around it. I set up and start grunting. I hear a deer immediately, i look up the ridge and spot a small buck paralleling me. No clue if he was popping out for the call or what.

Flash forward to around 9:50, my back is aching and i’m ready to head home. I decide to do one more calling sequence. I hear some rustling ahead of me on top of the hill. I look up and see a nice body. Through my binoculars up and immediately knew he was a shooter. He was coming dead at me. Started to veer to my left. (Perfect for how i set up) he is on a mission and come by at 20 yards. After grunting twice and him not stopping, i let him have it anyways.

He trots 5 yards and stops and stares right at me for 10 to 15 seconds. Turns to his right (away from me) and makes it another 5 yards before crashing.

I pull him out of the woods down to the lake shore. I grab my knife and it sounded like foot steps behind me on the other side of the cover. 50 yards. I look around and a doe pops out. I watch he feed around for 3 minutes. Then i swear i hear grunting behind her. Then out blows this tall tight 2 year old 8 point! He looks dead at me and runs back in! I have it on video. Will find some way to upload it.

Well, now remember, i’m over a mile from the truck… i didn’t think ahead of time. I just killed the biggest bodied deer of my life. Luckily, in getting setup earlier, i made my way closer to that guy somehow. He said i was so close, he heard the arrow hit the deer!

Great guy, gave me a boat ride with my deer all the back to the truck! Chad Powell, if you read this, you have no idea how much i appreciate the help!

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Shot him at that black log just to the right of my bow.
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Sorry for any misspells, or typos!

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Yet Another Great Laugh from an Online Sale

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I REALLY had to look at this one twice! And surprising as it is – this on Amazon?! WTH?!!!!!! Here’s the link: Scott Exxus Release – Amazon

Just in case they pull the ad…
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Tree limb quiver or another removable quiver?

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Looking for a new quiver. I remove when hunting, so not interested in tight spot quivers. What are the pluses/minuses to the tree limb, or is there another removable you can recommend, and why?

Thanks!


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Another Day Gone By and my Bowtech

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Boss has not "exploded."


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Another U.S. Softball Foe Comes Up Empty-Handed

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Jennie Finch pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts, and Lisa Fernandez went 3 for 4 with a home run as the United States posted its fifth straight shutout, beating Canada by 7-0 in five innings yesterday to clinch a spot in the Olympic softball semifinals this weekend. Crystl Bustos also homered for the United States.
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How about another how’s my form thread?

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Critique away.
Might not change anything but I had to do this. :wink:
Fingers are loosely curled to the right of grip.

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