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Eastern Woods Outdoors YouTube Channel

Nutterbuster

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Some of y'all know that I started working @DanO's chat back in January. Well, this summer I'm going to be helping to flesh out the EWO YouTube channel since it's too dang hot to do much of anything outdoorsy. Link to the EWO Channel below and in my sig.


What do y'all want to see? What do you want to know? What needs to exist? What do you like/dislike about other saddle hunting channels?

Going to start cranking them out soon. Very soon...
 
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dalton916

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You’ll sell more of the fringe items if folks too ashamed to ask what the heck something does or is used for doesn’t have to scratch his head instead of asking sooooo.......

I’d suggest a quick video for everything you sell.

I’d also suggest letting the purty girl make the videos and not your ugly mug.....
 

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I'd like to see a comparison of sewn eyes, spliced eyes, knotted from a strength perspective.

I'd also like to see some conversations about strength comparison of different prusik hitches. For example, Sterling did a good one:


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It's easy. Our knotted ropes are the strongest we sell...because we don't sew or splice. :)

For real though, that's a good suggestion. Thanks!
 

paul.daniel.stanley

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It's easy. Our knotted ropes are the strongest we sell...because we don't sew or splice. :)

For real though, that's a good suggestion. Thanks!
LOL. Well, technically, you guys do sell sewn eye predator tethers! :)

I do think a lot of us, especially those newer to saddle hunting, have a lot of interest in the strength of ropes and other gear and the positives and negatives of weight vs strength, dyneema vs trad sheathed rope, etc.




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