Saddle Hunter Podcast Episode 2!

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  1. Ontariofarmer

    Ontariofarmer Well-Known Member

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    yup We can learn from Jared and have already
     
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    I really appreciate that. Thanks!
     
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    Did flinginairos ever send a pic of his right side shooting technique? I was trying to get my bridge over my left shoulder today while hanging and couldn't quite wrap my head around the concept. Mind you, I have a really small head!
     
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    Not yet. Haven't been in my saddle in a few weeks. I will get a pic soon for you guys


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    @flinginairos - please send me pics of all the deer, and your shooting pic. I want to put them in the original post.
     
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    You mean the pic shooting from the saddle? Here's the three bucks together
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    Good podcast guys - some good stories there.
    Keep em coming.
     
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    I caught up on all the podcasts today at work. Great stuff!!! More please!!!


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    New one dropping tomorrow!

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    That’s awesome!!! Work will not be nearly as boring tomorrow!!!


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    Well... we hope not... :tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy:
     
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    I finally had a chance to listen to this one yesterday. Great job.

    And @redsquirrel, I also went through a pink arrow phase before lighted nocks.

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    Lol! Nice! I've stuck with them. It still helps me visualize them in the air and to find them on the ground. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
     
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    I dropped them as I had a few instances of other hunters seeing me hunting overlooked spots close to the road/parking lot....and those spots were no longer overlooked. Pink is the most obtuse color in the woods.

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    That's why it works so good for finding your arrow! :D I carry my bow in using a bow sling. When I hang up my quiver I stick the fletching end of the arrows in the sling to cover them up.
     

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