If things in there were actually a bargain they might’ve moved more stuff. I’ve picked up a couple things there but not more than 5-10% of the times I’ve visited it.
The pricing coupled with the “as is” , no returns policy kept me a bit gun shy of making it a viable source of gear.
At least you’re settling for three strikes and you’re out!
Tough start but at least you know now and have a chance to rebound in some way. Hopefully you can at least get that late season hunt on the “old” property. Always tough when the permission starts fading after working and and getting to know a good property.
As stated for the above reasons....I totally agree. I can tell you this much, I also hunt late into the season if I am not tagged out, and I loosen my sling more so my thick gloves will slide through it and I can grip my bow. I have always shot with one, so i can't speak to shooting without one. I get a piece of mind having it that I can relax my grip and now worry about the bow "jumping" out of my hand,
Antsy? That would be an understatement. I got out bow hunting 1 time last year due to the job I was working at the time. That job is history and am now working a job that will allow me to hunt as much as I used to. Last month has been pretty much a disaster.......the land that we hunt on, first when we went in to kill the areas for the food plot, the guy running the sprayer decided it would be a good idea to put Roundup on the clover plot I put in last year. It was thick and awesome and I could tell the deer were just hammering it. Mostly does and fawns, couple small bucks, but hey, when the does need a man, he usually shows up. Needless to say, I was a little upset when this happened. Almost lost it when the guy got done spraying the plot and then drove over to me and said "I killed that plot, we should plant a clover or chicory plot there". Just shook my head and walked away. Strike one......then about 2 weeks ago the owner of the property informed us that we would no longer be able to bow hunt on his land. Only muzzleloader, and that's only if they are completely tagged out by then. STRIKE TWO........so I just planted over 200 dollars worth of seed in food plots that I may never even get to hunt over. STRIKE THREE!!!! So now I am in scramble mode to try and find some private land to hunt or start getting out to scout public land in hopes to find a good spot. All i can do is make the best out of it and hopefully things work out the best. Either way.....I'm going to up a tree somewhere and totally loving the experience of sitting in the woods with mother nature, with a huge smile on my face!!!!