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2009-2010 Bowhunting Contest This is it. Will the Dark Horses be over thrown? Good Luck to all This Season.

Official Team The Equine Exterminators Thread (7)

Old 08-19-2009, 03:37 PM
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Official Team 7

342 Buckmaster519
19 hunting junkie
230 kshunterchic
249 pheasantfanatic
211 Chyeguy1

142 Ufunny2
169 firekilla85
62 loudrummer69
212 jmccoy_77
343 teedub31



Team 7. Lets check-in and get a feel for this team. Who are you. Where you hunting. What is you rig. And most importantly do you have a contender targeted.

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Old 08-19-2009, 03:46 PM
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Well, I'll start.

My name is Travis. I hunt east central Indiana. Been hunting whitetails for 25 years, but only 4 seasons with archery equipment (3 in my teens and picked it up again last year). Harvested a 125 inch buck with my ancient Martin Lynx last year. Upgraded to a Hoyt PowerHawk as a Christmas present to my self.

My rig is:
Hoyt Power Hawk
28" draw
68#
TrophyTaker Fallaway rest
TruGlo Sites
TruGlo Release
Beeman Arrows
Rage 3Blade BHs

Good news is that I have seen 1 booner and 2 120 class bucks within 100 yards of my stands. Excitement is high.

Who's next???
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Old 08-20-2009, 10:44 AM
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Hello guys! My name is Mark and I hunt NW MO. I've been bowhunting for 8 years. I hunt on two farms and both have many bucks 140+ running around. I have been shutout two years in a row in terms of shooting a mature buck. I won't shoot anything less than 140 so I'm an all or nothing type of hunter. I'm excited to be on this team and get to know all of you!
My rig:
Bowtech Guardian
31" draw length
71.5 lb draw weight
Ripcord Fall away
HHA Optic sights
Blackhawk Vapor arrows
Rage 2 blade 100 grain
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Old 08-20-2009, 11:50 AM
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Checking in....Name is Mark also! I live, hunt and work in the expensive commonwealth of Virginia. I have access approx 2500 private acres to hunt on and am very excited about this season. On of the parcels is 1800 acres and is in the fifth year of QDM practice. Last year I let several bucks walk, since our main focus was to take out 50 does per year. I have seen some bruisers on the property, but not within bow range. Yup...I think it's gonna be a good one... I shoot a Mathews Switchback XT, Epic St 400's, Schaffer dropaway rest, slicktricks and Montec's, G5 sight and peep. Just had the string and cable replaced and she is shooting sweet!
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Old 08-20-2009, 05:14 PM
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Do you guys think it is possible that the three of us can each get a potential world record 300 inch buck to put our meager team into contention.

Here's hoping the other seven guys stop by.
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Old 08-21-2009, 03:35 PM
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Hello everyone been bow hunting alot of years.My name is Craig and i live in northwest Indiana, hunt here also.I have an urban spot which allows me to start hunting on the 15th of sept. Good luck to all.My setup is this.

Mathews Switchback xt
Carbon Express maxi hunter 350's
hd11 convert. rest
Rage broadheads,or thunderheads
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Old 08-23-2009, 11:05 AM
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Sorry guys, I didn't realize that teams had been drawn. Anyway, I'm here and I'll be hunting in North Central Kansas when I'm able to...between having a broken knee, being on crutches, and college, I may not be able to hunt very much this year, but I'll try to do my part for the team!!

My setup will be:

'08 Bowtech 82nd, 63#, 428gr. arrow, shooting 278fps
Easton arrows
G5 Tekan broadheads

Hope to put one down!!! I'll be hunting from the ground this year, due to the broken knee, but hopefully still have the chance at a decent deer. Haven't had much time to scout either, due to work and injury, but I'm still gonna hunt, even if I have no idea whats out there...that's half the fun!!!!
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Old 08-24-2009, 09:55 AM
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I sent PMs to the MIAs. A few have not be on the site for a few weeks. Others were on in the last few days. There is no member under the name jimmcoy_71.

Best of luck to youguys that get the first crack. I am still waiting for October.
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Old 08-24-2009, 11:20 PM
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Hi guys im checkin in. My name is Colten I will be Hunting Texas, Oklahoma, and Iowa. I have harvested a few does but my luck might pick up this year. Lets Kick some Dark Horse butt Lets ride them into the finish line us being the champs. Proud to be aboard. I am 18.
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Old 08-25-2009, 10:13 AM
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[quote=teedub31;3417938]There is no member under the name jimmcoy_71.

jmccoy_77 was number 212 on the signup list. I pm'd him.
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