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Just reread my post on the "New Jersey thread" about TAS hunts and had a good laugh this morning.  Here's my distinguished record on TAS hunts:

2016 TAS Hog Hunt (Central OK):  Saw a pig. Walked through the mud. Went stumping with chuckc

2017 TAS Hog Hunt (Lincoln Ranch,TX):  Almost shot at a piglet. Got stuck in the mud. Went stumping with chuckc.

2017 TAS Deer Hunt (Jet Archery lease, WV):  Missed shots at 2 different does. Got stuck in the mud. Went stumping with chuckc.

2018 TAS Hog Hunt (Fowler Ranch, TX):  Missed a shot a pig. Almost shot at a Blackbuck. Went stumping with chuckc.

Am thinking in 2019 I skip the whole hunting thing and just go stumping with chuckc.  I can use the money I save by not hunting to pay for all of the arrows I am going to break while doing "stupid shots". And the best thing about "hunting" with Chuck and Mike is that you always eat well. 

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I was going to suggest the very same thing.  Frank
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One thing to note. If it weren’t for the group hunts, you would have never met ChuckC 😉

We’ve organized over 15 group hunts over the past 5 years. Some of those hunts I’ve attended, and some I wish I had after I’ve heard the stories. I’ve enjoyed meeting everyone the guys and gals that I’ve had the opportunity to hunted with.

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Maybe we shouldn't broadcast "the stumping" thing, or the state's will come up with a "Stump License"as they always need more money! 
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Now, that is funny!
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Maybe we shouldn't broadcast "the stumping" thing, or the state's will come up with a "Stump License"as they always need more money! 


I can't imagine what the price would be for the Pope & Young "stump" bales I was shooting at in the longbow picture.  Would probably have to enter a lottery every year to get a tag.

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In Wyoming it wont cost you Sh...!

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To shoot Sh..
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You know something..... I would buy a stump license.   In Wisconsin, it is not totally clear whether I can do that on public property or not.  I walk my dog a lot ( a pointer breed who needs large areas to exercise in) and very very often I am carrying my bow and a quiver of arrows.  Every year I ask a DNR "rep" whether it is actually, honest to God legal or not and have not yet got a real answer.  I suspect the answer is "don't piss someone off to generate a complaint, and have a good day sir".

Coyotes are open year round in the state.... my fall back is we are coyote hunting, but, if you know me, you know I don't like to operate like that.  Heck, I have never been issued a speeding ticket (yet).

A stump license would be permission to get out there.   Best part about stump shooting or roving with arrows.  The woods would likely not be crowded.  At 350 fps ( compound) arrows don't fare well when they hit hard stuff or grass.

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Kent.....hush up about Jack's photo above..... I wasn't near that place.

and and....  Bob, did you notice your bow string in the first pic ?

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I was going to comment how much more poised he is shooting the recurve...rock solid bow arm, you could draw a line from bow hand to elbow, burning a hole in the target.
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and....  Bob, did you notice your bow string in the first pic ?


This was the photo 2Bucks took that has the arrow in flight right after it left the bow.  You can barely see it at the top of the 2 left bales.

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I was going to comment how much more poised he is shooting the recurve...rock solid bow arm, you could draw a line from bow hand to elbow, burning a hole in the target.


And that is despite Chuck whispering in my ear "full draw, hold your anchor, don't miss, man there are a lot of rocks at the base of the target..."

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Great thread and very accurate...and, Chuck, do you think I'm not keen enough to know that you wouldn't necessarily have to be "close" to be responsible? LOL As I recall, Ed was answering questions from the Canadian EPA for six months after your hunt in Maine! 😂
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