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What would it be?????
Last Post 08 Sep 2008 09:39 PM by Archer. 3 Replies.
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06 Sep 2008 01:53 PM

     If you could look in your bag a tricks and pull out the one item that has made a  big difference in your success.  Pull it out and promote it.....what would it be? Guess another way to put it, if you could be a product "staffer" and live the product, what would it be.   Guns, boats, clothes, scents, trucks, it just has to "be you" in the picture"

    Guess for me, the thing that has made the most difference in my success is my ability to get "in where the ducks are" Being able to do that one thing has,on the average, put more birds in my hand at the end of the day.  The boat that has made that possible is my  Otter Stealth 1200. I've modified it to a point that it's a duck killing monster. Being in the skinny water and being invisible to the ducks made all the difference to this waterfowler!

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    08 Sep 2008 06:17 AM

    Because of my late start in hunting, I would have to say that my secret is sporting clays.  I'm a bad shot and the more rounds I can put through a gun in practice, the better hunter I am.  Simple, I know, but for now that's my secret.

     

     

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    08 Sep 2008 08:22 AM
    Wow, good question. I think for me it's time in the field. The longer you spend out there the more tricks you pick up. A lot of times the difference between a successful hunt and a unsuccessful hunt is the small details. The longer you spend hunting (especially in the same areas) the more you get to know what the animals are going to do. You can also pick up some great tricks hunting with other people.
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    08 Sep 2008 09:39 PM

    I need to take as many shots with my recurve as possible. I get rusty extremely fast shooting recurve, my compunds seems easy compared to the recurve.

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