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“Light and variable”

Cost me a shot at a stud this morning. Damit.


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Had variable winds like crazy last weekend. Killer. Movement is picking up though.

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I thought it was “gut shot”

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Originally Posted by Rickshaw
I thought it was “gut shot”

I thought it was gonna be "lost one."



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“gut shot”

"lost one."

Those are pretty damn Bad too.

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"Back Out" ?

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Originally Posted by Rickshaw
I thought it was “gut shot”

I am with these two.

Light and variable does not really bother me. If conditions are not right, I stay home.


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Light and variable
1...........2...........3..

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Originally Posted by Jcubed
Light and variable
1...........2...........3..
😝 light (&) variable.

Better? Dam grammar Nazis.

And I agree, gut shot is definitely worse.


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Originally Posted by CRS
Originally Posted by Rickshaw
I thought it was “gut shot”

I am with these two.

Light and variable does not really bother me. If conditions are not right, I stay home.
I’m out of state on rutcation. It’s also the best week for buck movement. Staying home isn’t an option in my mind. It sure make choosing stand location difficult though.


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Target panic

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Originally Posted by colorado bob
"Back Out" ?

I swear every bow hunting show I see now they "back out", no matter how good the shot.

Really hate it when they do it 80-90 degree weather, "lets wait til morning". Shows you antlers are more important than meat.

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Originally Posted by colorado bob
"Back Out" ?

I swear every bow hunting show I see now they "back out", no matter how good the shot.

Really hate it when they do it 80-90 degree weather, "lets wait til morning". Shows you antlers are more important than meat.


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Target panic

Those are bad words two.

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Target panic

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Originally Posted by Rickshaw
I thought it was “gut shot”


Thought the same. I've been very fortunate and very very lucky that I haven't personally experienced those words.

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"Gut Shot" is really bad, but my nemesis lately has been "Spine Shot". I think 3 out the 4 last deer were high shoulder shots and the damn thing wouldn't die. One of them was with a muzzle loader. Been driving me crazy.


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