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    Kayaks

    We always had one two person canoe and one kayak when we were kids, that way one kid could take a break when tired. Can’t really go wrong if sticking to slower water. Canoe is handier for deer hunting.
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    2020 sheds

    I think that last sentence needs a side by side picture ;) ... or a few pictures
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    11 arrows fired, 1 elk and 2 deer killed. Working towards a higher efficacy rate next season. Happy with my hunting abilities but I left a lot to be desired with the killing part. Sorry I took so long to write things down. Life’s keepin me real busy.
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 7, 5th day of season, our last day: I forgot to mention that the night before we’d seen a huge buck at last light on the steep hillside across the valley to our southeast. He had four does with him. Pictures didn’t work do you low light. We decided to go look into the basin to our...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 6, 4th day of season: We went through the same motions as the previous morning and got there slightly earlier. We started out at the same glassing point. Mitchell set up to look where we’d seen deer the day before, I hiked back a bit to look directly beneath us for closer deer. Almost...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Those spiky things are no joke. Walked outside this morning and my tire is flat again from a slow leak from down there.
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 5, 3rd day of season: We woke up two hours before dawn, threw down some oatmeal and caffeine and began the hike in. We brought our full pack frames but left our camping stuff at the trucks in case we were unable to locate deer. The two miles in was far more challenging than we...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 4, Second day of season: We woke up before light and cooked oatmeal in our tents, getting dressed and up on the knob just as it got light enough for binoculars. We looked around the basin to our north and realized the trees were fairly thick, not ideal for glassing or stalking. We...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 3, opening day: We got up before first light to glass. There were deer tracks all over the knob so we had high hopes. We set up to look at the south facing slope to our north. I left Mitchell there with his binos and spotting scope and went off to look in various different directions to...
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    Cotty's trail cam pics

    Friggin stud. Kinda nice to force you to see what he looks like next year hopefully [emoji23]
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Day 1: We drove through the night and arrived in AZ around 6 am. We parked at Walmart and slept for an hour before walking in and stocking up on nuts, fruit, jerky and water. We headed over to the game and fish office and grabbed out tags, then headed towards the area we’d picked out in...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    No I think I’ll be looking for a new one :/ Driving towards Arizona right now
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Got a bit busy and didn’t keep up on hunt notes. Flying back to Portland with 50 pounds of venison and driving down to AZ in the morning. Had a few close calls and a clean miss on a doe in the last few days in Georgia. That makes six missed opportunities on deer this year. I think I’ll be...
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    Formerly “teen”bowhunter’s 2019 season

    Morning 6: Went back to the same place alone and stood next to a different tree. About 30 minutes after first light I heard a deer walking in. A small lone doe popped out at 30 yards, perfectly broadside and level with me. I slowly drew back with my arrow squeaking on the rest. Somehow she...