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Post by Wolfshead on Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:12 pm

My name is Doug Clarke
I am from Central NY
I am new to bowhunting and hunting in general for that matter.
I was always in the woods near my home as a boy and very often being "grounded" for getting home late for dinner.
Loved the woods and I felt the most comfortable there.
Then sports in High School, College and coaching put everything on the backburner until now.
Just did not have time, especially in the fall, to become a hunter.
Now I do.
Plan to be strickly a traditional bowhunter and to hunt public land.
I found this site by accident and decided to check it out and I am very glad I did.
I have learned quite a bit already.
Thanks for letting me be a part of it, please be patient with me as I will have many questions i am sure, and thanks for such a great site
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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by vortex1 on Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:46 pm

welcome Smile
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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by Waiting4Fall on Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:26 pm

Wolfshead wrote:My name is Doug Clarke
I am from Central NY
I am new to bowhunting and hunting in general for that matter.
I was always in the woods near my home as a boy and very often being "grounded" for getting home late for dinner.
Loved the woods and I felt the most comfortable there.
Then sports in High School, College and coaching put everything on the backburner until now.
Just did not have time, especially in the fall, to become a hunter.
Now I do.
Plan to be strickly a traditional bowhunter and to hunt public land.
I found this site by accident and decided to check it out and I am very glad I did.
I have learned quite a bit already.
Thanks for letting me be a part of it, please be patient with me as I will have many questions i am sure, and thanks for such a great site

First of all welcome, new friend Smile. Now I get to tell you the same thing I tell other "Greenhorns" who have joined us. I built this forum with guys like you in mind. I'm very glad you are here, and the fact that you have learned from your time here, brings me tremendous satisfaction!

Brother, when I tell you WE are here for YOU, you can take it to the bank! This is more than a forum, it's a public land bowhuntin family! This place is filled with great folks, all of which are willing to be a help to you.

Don't you hesitate for a second to ask your questions here. Enjoy our forum and spread the word to others that we are here! All the best- Dave

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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by SCBROWTINE on Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:15 pm

Welcome!
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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by Wolfshead on Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:31 am

Thanks Vortex1, Scbrowtine, and Dave
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I believe I share a similar philosophy as do you. And probably many who are already here for that matter.
I love the challenge that traditional bowhunting presents. I also crave the closeness that it brings you to nature and the outdoors and the four leggeds and winged ones that we pursue. It evens out to skill vs skill, takes one back in time to for lack of a better word "Traditional" ways.
"The Old Lakota was wise. He knew that a man's heart away from nature becomes hard." Standing Bear, Oglala
Thanks again
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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by Waiting4Fall on Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:36 am

Man, that's good stuff!

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Re: Another "new" New Yorker

Post by SlowBow on Thu Aug 30, 2012 4:05 pm

STOP NOW!!! DON"T DO IT!!!

Bowhunting wil ruin your life. Before too long,you will be addicted, it will be all you are interested in doing!!! Very Happy

Seriously though, welcome. Look forwards to helping as best as possible with any questions you may have. Fire away.
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