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harvey lee

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

This was my first fall as a moderator on the Archery forum.I would just like to thank all members for some very good info for all concerns for archery hunting.

You all gave a wealth of information that was good from the beginner to the very skilled.

I hope you all shot the deer of your dreams and if not,there is always more time this year. cool.gif

It was a real joy talking with you and learning so much.I really look forward to working with all of you. smile.gif

And a BIG THANK-YOU to all who did a article for the Archery Tip Of The Week. cool.gif

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shae1986    0
shae1986

Harvey

I know I speak for a lot of people when i say thanks back.

But also remember, its not over, we still got over month of the best bow hunting to come.

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BiffleFan

Harvey, You remind me of alot of the friends my Dad had when I was first starting to hunt and fish. I hope I can be as respected as you are when I get there.

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Deitz Dittrich    4
Deitz Dittrich

harv- thank you for all the work you do here on FM, not just in the archery forum, but the whole darn thing!

But as stated... I'm not done crawling in a tree yet! tongue.gif

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chucker34

Thank you Harvey Lee! I learn a lot on these boards from wise old hunters like you and Deitz. LOL. Well, at least half of that's true. LOL. JK. Great job and keep up the good work!

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stmichael    0
stmichael

Harvey Lee,

Like that has been said. you have a wealth of information to offer and you really seem like a nice guy and willing to share your knowledge. (much like the majority of the members here) It just goes to show that if you have the right people in place, you will get the vast majority of the same to follow.

Keep leading fellow FM'er...keep leading.

I am going to be getting more serious here in the future about bow hunting and I know I will have a more questions than answers upon starting up.

What a great site!!

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eagle_3464    2
eagle_3464

Harv, you have done a great job. Thanks to you and all others who are willing to share your knowledge.

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snapcrackpop

Your a top notck guy.

Thank you for making me look good for my kids. (fishing tips)

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Thanks to all for the kind words.I really do enjoy working with all of you. smile.gif

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Scoot    13
Scoot

HL, like was said above by many, the thanks goes right back to you. You put a lot of time and effort in here and it's appreciated by all. The same can be said for DD. You fellas do a great job in here!!!

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doser    0
doser

I for one still think your a horses ace!!! grin.gif J/K..... We should hook up sometimes this winter and do some ice fishing when I get off for the holidays. I'll bring the blackberry........

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Doser

We can hook up when the fish are going.Wont be long.That early ice is GOOD. smile.gif

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ScottND

Sure Harvey Lee...thanks a lot I think confused.gif, I came in here and started reading and getting all excited again for the first time since I quit bow hunting 20 years ago. Sunday I found myself walking out of one of the local shops $1200 poorer but fully loaded with bow, arrows, case, scents, no scents, tree stands, ground blind, calls, blocks, plot books and now lookin for a place to go. Can't believe I can get such a nice grouping right on the money with this new equipment grin.gif It never used to be that easy. It's getting tougher to get a good nights sleep waiting for that 4 letter word (work) to ge over so I can get out again.....THANKS! wink.gif

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