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4X4DEMON
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To the good ole days






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007mag
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Member since Dec 2011
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The good ole days, when aging a deer meant letting it hang a couple days before cutting and wrapping it.





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SmackoverHawg
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Member since Oct 2011
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That's what I want is an oldstyle deer camp. We hunt here locally now so everyone just goes home. We do have a duck camp, but for some reason it's just not the same. Gonna put a walk in freezer in too to hand and age the deer like you 'spose to.





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pdubya76
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Uncle PO Sted's place
Member since Mar 2012
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and when all you needed was a little Honda 110 3 wheeler and a 30-30...We didnt do food plots or box stands.You found a stump or blown down tree to get in/on.We didnt worry about having the latest camo or app....Damn yall are getting me all teary eyed.Thinking about dad now.





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SmackoverHawg
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I miss the check stations. We had a old grocery store/restaurant we'd go to and check our deer and brag/check out others'. Then get a good home cooked breakfast and coffee.





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Ole Geauxt
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KnowLa.
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letting it hang a couple days
we'd have em hangin in the screen porch, sometimes for almost a week... The meat would seal off on top turning almost black, age and seem to turn more nice and grainy.. We pretty much did that when it turned warm as well. Main thing was to keep it dry and not allow the blow flies on it..






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tigrbaseball
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Milton
Member since Mar 2012
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Its nights like tonight that i will remember for my whole life my dad and pow pow are amazing men and have sculpted me to be a great father and husband i just hope i can be half the man that they are.Sorry for getting a little emotional i just know i wont have many more nights like tonight and it sucks.





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MillerMan
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West U, Houston, TX
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My dad and I a few years back at the ranch by the fire. When he is gone no doubt majority of my memories with him will be from down there






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TurnipWagon
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Member since Jan 2013
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Favorite gun in the safe, JC Higgins 30-30 from Sears and Roebuck. Passed down from my grandfather





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pdubya76
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Uncle PO Sted's place
Member since Mar 2012
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I have my dads OLD Model 94 30/30.He had it redone for my son about 2 yrs before he died.I will never part with it.





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Rayvegas1484
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Zebedee
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I would give anything to go back ten years to our place in Mississippi . Nothing like sneaking beers for myself and friends .Getting drunk and trying to hide it from all the dads and paw paws while hearing them tell stories . Nothing like it





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beulahland
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Little D'arbonne
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God Bless you and your family. I wish I were with some of them that have gone before me. So that they could know me as an adult and know my son.
It is a rare thing that you have.






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bonescanner
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Member since Oct 2011
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Best thread all day. Havent had a good club since my Dad passed 14 years ago. It just wasnt the same without him there. Now my son is getting interested and be damned if I cant find a good club to join again.


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DuckManiak
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Ponchatoula
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Love hunting with my pops and brothers. We are going on a weekend duck hunt next week. Have been doing it for as long as I can remember. We all have different leases, but always make time for at least a hunt a year all together.





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Redfish2010
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America
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That's the good stuff. This morning in the blind we talked about what the hell men who don't hunt do with their lives





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tigrbaseball
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Milton
Member since Mar 2012
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I couldnt imagine not hunting my days would be so boring





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MotorBoater
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at my house
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Damn you guys are making me jealous I lost both pow paws within year, damn I miss em!





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Carson123987
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there are very few things that are better than hunting. so exhilarating.

cant wait to have kids to bring them






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Redfish2010
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America
Member since Jul 2007
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Bumping this thread after finally reading through it. Like many, my grandpa(w) taught me most of the basics when growing up. He's a little too old to care and my dad likes to fish on occasion but doesn't have a huge interest in hunting. He loves catching specks so we often bold over that but next year I plan on bringing him to the duck blind for the first time. Looking forward to introducing him to what I hope will become his new favorite pass time.





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Hammertime
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apples
Member since Jan 2012
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One thing I have noticed is the height they put their lock-ons at. If you climb a tree to get in an old one, you are gonna be 30ft minimum. I have been in a couple that were 50+ft. I guess they didn't have to worry about bow shots.

My thing dad said one season when bow hunting was getting bigger was, "frick a bow. What kind of idiot wants to shoot a deer with an arrow? "

I also enjoy the fact that they all went out there with regular old clothes. No fancy Under Armor scent blocker $500 camo needed, just a shirt and never-washed jeans






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