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Biggest buck on trail am pics #archery

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Post the biggest buck you ever have gotten pics of here…
There has to be some giants.
Here is mine.


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Moving in on The Hunting Public #archery

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I have loved watching THP. They seem to be a bunch of guys that love deer hunting and represent the normal hunter trying to get it done on public land…and killing some good deer. Best of all, not pimping out useless products is a huge bonus.

Anyway, I have taken a few trips scouting some public land in Iowa and came across a sweet spot that had a bunch of sign and holding some big bucks. I will likely draw next year so I am pretty jacked up. So I am watching a episode of THP and notice that they are hunting the exact same spot that I had scouted in the spring. 100% sure. So, I know its public land and I have every right to hunt it, but it feels weird moving in on those guys. Would you guys feel bad about that like kind of do?


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Spartan AT&T pricing #archery

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Have a spypoint now and looking to try a spartan gocam lte for the next camera.

How is the monthly at&t pricing on them? Can you add a line to an existing att account? do they have an unlimited photo plan? Can multiple cameras sharre a data plan or is it separate for each one?

We have a lot of cattle on our property so we go through pictures quite a bit. Right now our spypoint is $ 25 per month for unlimited photos and we did just over 9000 pictures in november.


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Bow press…convert my old one or make a new one? #archery

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I built a bow press (like pictured) many years ago and now it is useless with the new bows. I’m trying to decide if it’s worth fitting it with fingers or just scrap it and build a new screw style press.

What did you all do with your old press’s?

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Alaska moose poacher fined $100,000 and 270 days Jail #archery

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska man who poached three moose and left most of the meat to rot has been sentenced to nine months in jail and fined more than $ 100,000.

Rusty Counts, 39, of Anchor Point, shot the moose near his community over two weeks in September. He pleaded guilty Nov. 6 to 21 misdemeanor wildlife counts and violations, including wanton waste, exceeding bag limits and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Hunting regulations near the Kenai Peninsula community require moose to have antlers measuring 50-inches (127-centimeters) wide to be harvested. None of the three moose had the required spread, said Aaron Peterson, an assistant attorney general who prosecuted the case.

"The working theory is that he realized they were sublegal and decided not to stick around to salvage the meat," Peterson said Monday. He called the case one of the most egregious poaching events ever seen by Alaska state wildlife troopers.

Alaska officials take seriously the harvesting of moose and salvaging of meat, Alaska Department of Fish and Game spokesman Ken Marsh said.

A bull moose can weigh up to 1,600 pounds (725 kilograms) and feed a family for months with meat free of chemicals and hormones. A successful hunt is also a source of pride, Marsh said.

"It’s a really important part of our culture and tradition, and people take that seriously," he said.

The case began Sept. 2 with a tip to wildlife troopers that a sublegal moose with antlers of about 45 inches (114 centimeters) was shot and abandoned. Counts was the suspected shooter, witnesses said.

A second tip came in Sept. 14. A teacher reported a second dead moose shot the day before. The moose had an antler spread of just 25 inches, (63.5 centimeters), half the legal requirement. The teacher recognized one of the hunters, a former student, with an adult.

Troopers interviewed the boy, who is Counts’ nephew. He confirmed that his uncle had shot the two moose plus a third with a 26-inch (66-centimeter) antler spread on Sept. 7 when he was not with his uncle. Both hunters left their rifles in the woods Sept. 13 to avoid being caught, the boy said.

Troopers interviewed Counts, and he admitted shooting the three moose.

Jeff Selinger, a department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist in Soldotna, said the 50-inch antler requirement extends the hunting season and protects younger mature moose, ensuring that they will be around for future breeding.

Hunters can educate themselves on determining a legal moose by reading regulations and watching department videos. If there’s doubt, Sellinger recommends passing up the shot.

"You’re going to pass up some legal moose doing that, but you’re not going to shoot a sublegal moose," he said.

Peterson backed the hefty penalties for Counts as a deterrent to others. If Counts had salvaged meat from the first moose, he likely would have been penalized for a single hunting violation.

"That meat goes to shelters, food banks. It goes to people who need it," Peterson said. "Instead, we have three bull moose that fully go to waste."

Counts was fined $ 97,650 and ordered to pay $ 3,000 in restitution. He forfeited his rifle and an all-terrain vehicle and was sentenced to 270 days in jail.

"If you do the right thing in the field, this kind of thing doesn’t happen. But if you poach and leave moose, these are the appropriate sanctions, in the state’s view," Peterson said


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HOYT Compound Setup #archery

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Hi People, I have just made the transition from recurve to compound. Well i say transition but the truth is i will shoot both.

Im learning lots about Compound setup and have a question that i’m unable to answer from looking online.

My new compound is the HOYT Prevail 37X if this is relevant.
I understand that all compounds have ‘Cam lean’ due to their design so with this in mind do you have what in the recurve world is known as ‘Center Shot’ from the center of the riser?

Assuming the string / cables on my bow are set correctly, and the cams and associated fixing are all working correctly should the string sit in the center of the riser?

I understand that cables and string, cable yolks, cam spacers etc… can be adjusted but is the aim of adjustment to get ‘Center Shot’?

Please be gentle with your replies…

Thank you.


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The life of lions #archery

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This was a pretty cool video I found. It’s a bit long but very interesting.

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what bothers you the worst? #archery

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having a squirrel start barking at you and won’t quit……or…look a bluejay in the eye and have him and his 12 buddys tell the whole woods where your hiding?:confused:


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