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    What do people bow hunt after deer season? (noobie + new member)

    Hey Y'all: I'm new here. Didn't get a deer this year. Saw more coyotes than deer.
    Username: Stikbow
    County: Butler
    Years Bowhunting: 3
    Public or Private Land: Private
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    Type of bow: Samick Sage 62" #45 T/D Recurve, Hoyt Game Master T/D Recurve #50, Shakespeare Recurve #45
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    3D Shooter (Y/N): N
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    Predator Hunter (Y/N): Y
    Turkey Hunter (Y/N): N
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    Senior Member Whitetail Freak's Avatar
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    Groundhog's , i'am gonna try frog hunting this year with my buddy with our bows but ya mush have a fishing lic for frog hunting

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    Senior Member Big_Holla's Avatar
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    S.E.Michigan to live & S.E. Ohio to dream
    Welcome to the forum Stikbow!!
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    Senior Member mrbb's Avatar
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    northeast PA
    well yrs back I hunted everything I could, from frogs to fish to coyotes, and crows, as they could be huntd all yr and crows can be fun calling them in, like coyotes, only there a lot easier LOL
    but now a days to be honest after deer season, the bow sits mostly till a few months before season when I start shooting/practice again, but I think that has a lot to do with I shoot a X bow now, due to back problems
    the Bow was more something I liked to practice with all yr, so looked for reasons to go out with it
    Now I just use guns with things I used the bow for some!
    I would think the more common deal in off season would 3 D shoots and weekend contests and such
    there fun too, and worth doing to keep your skills going in the right direction
    also can look for local clubs to both shoot and meet new folks!

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