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huskywings66

tips of the "master hunter"

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since tinks #69 and jagermeister both smell aboot the same....... i was figuring that since jag is cheaper per unit i could maybe just put some of that on my scent bombs. and if i don't get any deer i might get a curious hunter to make a fool of himself at least!

(THIS IS A JOKE)

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huskywings66,Welcome to FM and the Archery forum.Also the hunting forum. grin.gifgrin.gif

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Yep. Like HL says.. welcome to the pages...

uhh harv this is the Hunting forum.. not the archery.. LMAO

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Better yet, just drink a large amount of Jag late the night before posting and mark a couple of spots on the way to the stand the next morning. You may have stepped onto the mother of all scent lures! I just hope I don't step on it after you've "placed" it.

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hey guys actually i'm not a newbie on the site my old name was lilbro (bobb-o's little brother) i just decided to get a new name. and yeah the drinking it the night before is not a bad idea, cuz then i at least get my moneys worth cuz jag is not cheap

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Better yet, maybe you should look into "Tinks Bombs" in the morning; (1) shot Tinks #69 suspended in a glass of Red Bull. Better kick than coffee, and a cover scent to boot as soon as you start to sweat it out!

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maybe this should be a private post thing i can already see outdoor life running a cover story on the tinks bombs. then cover scent bombs with jag. i bet the deer won't see it coming!!hahaha

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i'm gonna put my tinks #69 in one of those little airplane jag bottle just to screw with peoples heads when they see pour it on there. hahaha

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That sounds like stuff we used to do in the dorms in college, I wont go into detail but guys sitting around drinking beer get some weird ideas

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Or... Take the Tinks bottle, wash it VERY good, and fill 'er up w/ some kinda clear yellow schnapps, take it to the bar or party and have a pull or 2 in front of the locals. Should bring a few good comments. And the response "Well, and you have a better way to use it?"

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Ya,I made my first mistake Dietz.Today I am the forum dope.

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hey bigwade, thats how i am coming up with these ideas! i am a freshman at SCSU

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oh yes, I kind of remember those days, most of it is a haze

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the good old days with a "wodka" bottle in the last class of the day everday

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did something change? it could have been the 3rd day and we always had something like that..well I guess if I would have went to class anyway

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i usually only have one or two classes a day tho, so i start at aboot 2 with the "water bottle"

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