Season 08 Episode 14

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The Stealth Cam pictures are coming in as our team shows us the whitetail bucks they are chasing this fall. Join Tyler Rector, Tim Ainsworth, and Troy Spolum show us some monster Illinois bucks; John Herrmann and Neal McCullough give us a look at some Minnesota and Wisconsin brutes; Josh Sturgill shows us some great Kentucky whitetails.

As always the best real world bowhunting video action is right here on Bowhunt or Die!

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  1. Tagen D Higgins says:

    How can a person apply to be a memeber of bowhunt or die?

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      • Paul Blackburn says:

        Hello Justin. I would like to write some short stories about my years of bow hunting for Bow Hunt Or Die. I think your watchers and readers would like to read about the day this buck was heading in to fight me.

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  2. Philip Laperriere says:

    Todd, Justin,

    I am a noob to the sport of bowhunting. I did harvest my first deer with a bow two years ago on public land and got hooked. This last weekend I was out during the opener of Maine’s expanded archery season and had a great sit till the last seconds of legal hunting. Two fawns and a doe came into my stand in early afternoon and I had a great show while one of the fawns ran completely around the stand. The doe never presented a good shot but it was a thrill to see them in the area unaware of my presence. At last light I heard an animal approaching from down wind. He busted me. With a snort and two three puff blows he backed out. How long should I stay out of the area to let it cool off?
    Thanks in advance for any advice your willing to share. I hope to share a picture of some success this year. I really appreciate the show and the staff for the all the effort you all put in to provide such an informative series each year.

    Respectfully,
    Philip Laperriere

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    • Hey Philip – it’s hard to say to be honest. If you’re hunting big woods public land and have other spots to go I would certainly consider waiting at least a few days or a week before going back. Depending on how good that spot is, or will be this fall, you may even want to wait until we get closer to the rut. No point in burning out your best spots this early in the year.

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  3. Paul Blackburn says:

    My favorite places to hunt are in the in city limits or it’s edge. As a small boy, I grew up hunting these wild places, with my B.B gun and then my bow. I guess I haven’t grew up yet; I still hunt them, and I am sixty-seven years old at this time. I was talking to a lady yesterday, and she lives deep inside the city. She told me she lives one block below the police station and there are deer in her back yard. She also said there are too many, and the city needs to have a inside the city hunt. I would like nothing more. All over our city, there are does, and big bucks. Bucks like you would go to Kansas to hunt. Bow hunters are not killing these big bucks, autos are. I was talking to a guy in Walmart; little did I know that he had a baby by my wife’s cousin. We hit it off, and he said let me show you a picture of a buck that my friend picked up off the road that had been hit by a car. This buck had to score close to 200 points or more! The rack was perfectly symmetrical. I hope some good citizens will let me hunt their property. Most of it is as wild as any Wisconsin wood lot. No one is hunting them , except a few brave souls that will venture inside them to hunt. These vacant wood lots are just not meant for the biker, and the jogger to enjoy. There is other ways to enjoy these wood lots and that’s to bow hunt them. Every one reading this article that would like to hunt in the city limits but are not allowed to because of the city council; needs to get as many bow hunters together go before their city council, and ask them, to allow them to bow hunt these deer, inside the city limits, – as a way to control their populations. that just may be the way to get you inside the city limits to hunt these backyard bucks. You would be doing something that needs to be done, control the deer population. Your plain is to control the population. By safely bow hunting these deer. If the game warden or any one else brings up the point about the bow hunters having to pass a test to hunt. Just tell them to kiss it. In the past in every city limit hunt that concerned bow hunters; they had to pass a test. Like bow hunters are bad hunters and the worst shots in the hunting nation. Nothing is further from the truth. Our very own hunters put bad shad on us in that fashion. They do more harm than good by suggesting bow hunters must pass a test to hunt; – %#$$%#! I am willing to talk to anyone that is interested in being able to hunt city limit.

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