How Do you get blood off of your Arrow Wraps?




BOWUNTR

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Right on. Congrats. Give us some more. Ed F
 

SDHNTR

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You jam the arrow up...

You are scoring big time lame points here with the fabricated suspense.
 

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Very nice. Well done son. Let's see some more pics.
 

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My apologies for the delay...Grain markets and Mondays....

OK back to the subject at hand...



Long story short, we doubled up on a couple of toms, Sunday.

We were off the hill by 8:30, and both birds died within 10 feet of one another. My first arrow was at mid ships, but his head was still up so I gave him a Wac'em upside the noggin so we could finish calling Cal's bird in.

 

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Sweet. Way to go John. Your hunting partner has good taste in bows.
 

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Congrats!

BTW...some peroxide should take care of the blood on you arrows!
 

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Good work..Those little fellas are in trouble in a few weeks in the state to the north of ya:)
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (SDHNTR @ Mar 31 2008, 08:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Sweet. Way to go John. Your hunting partner has good taste in bows.[/b]
I thought you were going to compliment our taste in camo....

On the bow brands, well, I don't discrimiNATE, That particular company is going to have to change the grip to suit my preferences. But Cal Shoots it well.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (2rocky @ Apr 1 2008, 04:02 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (SDHNTR @ Mar 31 2008, 08:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Sweet. Way to go John. Your hunting partner has good taste in bows.[/b]
I thought you were going to compliment our taste in camo....

On the bow brands, well, I don't discrimiNATE, That particular company is going to have to change the grip to suit my preferences. But Cal Shoots it well.
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Awesome job John I just happened to notice that your bird is Bigger it looks like your shooting a Hoyt. All kidding aside Great job. Blake
 

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Darn nice camo, just not too sure about the dude it's wrapped around. I agree with you about the grip. Tearing that thing off was one of the first things I did.
 

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Congrats boss, you are starting this season off right.

A Wac'em in the noggin is good medicine for the bobbing head syndrome, good shot.

There is a lot of that particular camo on this board, but have yet to see it modeled by anyone resembling good looking, maybe I have a sponsorhip model already set, cause I is easy on the eyes.

I am still trying to determine if I will be runnin with ya in June, be good to see if they make running clothes in Mothwing by that time.
 

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Dang, I thought I dropped a good one, but only Rancho has the intelligence to appreciate good humor.

Rancho, thanks for appreciating good solid humor, though I reckon the reason more didn't bask in my glory is that the truth hurts.

Oh well, I always have my kids I can hunt with, at least they know a good joke when they hear it.
 

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Well I reserved a solo room for Sat and Sun Night... If OT and SD's spouses still have you on the Bad influence list, I might have a piece of floor for you...

Leave the Banana hammock at home please....
 

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No hammock for me, I is going commando, that way I am able to grab refreshment without breaking up my arm movement, you know ya got to keep the stride solid or it messes everything up.

If I do it I will be toting the whole family, so I would recommend you renig that offer, otherwise you may be babysitting.
 

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