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So.... we have had numerous hog hunts. I have been to several already and I had fun on each and every hunt. Going to Ga here in a day or so.
We have a bear hunt scheduled and are even talking ( maybe) about a moose hunt in the future. How cool is that. We have several shoots scheduled, and we have all of our state organization shoots that are scheduled. How about some semi organized bow fish hunts ? These can be as simple as just informing us of an area and a date such that local members ( or travelers) can get together for the day, maybe have a picnic lunch and the associated BSing that comes with folks getting together for any occasion, and trying to get close enough to some fish to shoot. No prizes, no glory, just getting together and having fun. This one should be cheap, easy, and almost always fun. Pictures and stories are required of course. Man...... how about let's talk to the makers of that Survivor series and get some of us on an island with our bows n arrows ! Yeeeeha ! ChuckC __________________ ChuckC Charter Member Traditional Archery Society I did too ! Madison, Wisconsin. Public land hunter
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Man...... how about let's talk to the makers of that Survivor series and get some of us on an island with our bows n arrows ! Yeeeeha !
Survivor would put us on some island were we can't hunt anything. the Alone guys would at least put us on Vancouver Island where we could kill something. on the bowfishing, I think an area around a generating plant or irrigation discharge would work for a group hunt on land if there was a fair amount of fish and shooters. getting enough boats and guys at a lake may be a bigger undertaking. __________________ Jackson, TN Charter Member Traditional Archery Society Public Land Hunter
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Utah lake. Is an Awsome place for such an occasion. Plenty of junk carp to scewer there.
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land between the lakes is good in the spring and when the water is high for wading the creek mouths for carp , gar and other rough fish the problem is setting up for the high water??
otherwise as Eddie mentioned above you need boats and stable boats at that a 10ft john boat is a poor shooting platform indeed all the same count me in day or weekend I am game gm. __________________ Club Member - Traditional Archery Society