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#1 Oct-28-16 12:43PM

Curly
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Mar-15-10
Posts: 4963

Getting ready for Muzzleloader

My hunting buddy of the past 20 years retired and moved to Roanoke this summer.  Starting the new season without him is just a little depressing sad .  Hung a stand this morning with a  little help from my wife.  Season starts next Saturday....
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Hell or High Water...........I'm Fishin!!   big_smile

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#2 Oct-28-16 8:46PM

Osprey
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
Posts: 1063
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Re: Getting ready for Muzzleloader

Must be a really busy section of woods if you have to sit there a whole week before the season opens.


20' Key West..16' C-Hawk...Hobie Pro Angler...Hobie Outback

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#3 Nov-02-16 4:43AM

AndrewDo124
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Alexandria
Registered: May-27-08
Posts: 963

Re: Getting ready for Muzzleloader

lol @ osprey

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#4 Nov-08-16 11:09AM

backtofuturetoyota
Northern Snakehead
From: Stafford
Registered: Jan-12-12
Posts: 406

Re: Getting ready for Muzzleloader

I'm back from my travels Curly.  I just finished putting up two more ladder stands with my nephews too.  Thank goodness for chainsaws!  Anyway, let me know if you need any assistance or company.  I've been out bow hunting 4 times already and although they were all a little too far for me to shoot.....I loved just being outdoors watching the sunrise...or sunset!

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