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First hunt in a saddle

Texar

Active Member
SH Member
Joined
Jun 22, 2020
Messages
106
That deer is huge..... I'm used to our "German Shepard" sized deer down here...lol
 

diuilin

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SH Member
Joined
Jul 6, 2020
Messages
62
Congratulations. I also had my first saddle hunt today. I was so pleased with myself just getting up into the tree with one stick, that I was going to call it a success even if I didn't see any deer. Just before dark, an 8-point walked in, and now he's hanging in my garage. I think I could get to like this saddle hunting! And the guys on this forum are great. You probably found the same thing,.
 

Rigman

New Member
Joined
Oct 24, 2020
Messages
36
Location
Wisconsin
Congratulations. I also had my first saddle hunt today. I was so pleased with myself just getting up into the tree with one stick, that I was going to call it a success even if I didn't see any deer. Just before dark, an 8-point walked in, and now he's hanging in my garage. I think I could get to like this saddle hunting! And the guys on this forum are great. You probably found the same thing,.
Congrats on your buck. I was nervous the first time setting everything up but it does get easier the more you practice. Everyone on this forum are helpful.
 

gameflogger

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Joined
Dec 2, 2014
Messages
1,258
Location
Texas
Congrats on the first saddle deer guys!! It does get easier with practice and you will be more comfortable when you learn to trust your gear. Just never get complacent.
 
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