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(08-28-2017 10:24 AM)JohnGalt007 Wrote:  In Idaho we have Pine , Cedar varieties. I also live in Estonia part of the Year and we have some nice oaks here. I think for my first bow that I make I will use a wood blank.

Dr Ashby did a study on selfbows and Arrow lethality that I think you would really enjoy reading. I will see If I can find it. Putting a lethal combo togethor with a home-made self bow is a bit more difficult than a compound.

I answered you on my thread.
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Nope this will be my first time killing and eating an animal on land. I grew up deep sea fishing never hunted. I'm going bird hunting next month to get my feet wet.
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(08-28-2017 10:19 AM)sterling_archer Wrote:  John Galt, if you really change your compound with your made self bow, expect some changes in your hunt. Never hunted with bow, obviously, but I talked a lot with self bow archers and they all really like the change. Apparently you must get closer, arrows need to be selected differently (as you probably know), you cannot hold full draw like with compound because the bow will develop compression marks, etc. etc.

The biggest problem is that you can't leave your bow strung for hours at a time with a self made bow, assuming it's not some elaborate laminated recurve.

Arrows must be weighted, sure, but this is easily done outside of the field.

I don't know what the "closer" has to do with anything unless they're sitting in a tree stand.

The Natives didn't mess around with much beyond a 40 or 50 lb draw because they learned how to stalk.

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I've been spear fishing my whole life. I just hit an ulua aka giant travelly last week. Thing was huge. Great on the grill. Thats not me, but it gives you an idea of how big the good ones are:
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Mainly I just swim for lobsters now. Its best to go at night, but you gotta know what's what because its dangerous. I have tons of lobsters right in front of my house. There's a season, which I don't care about. The way I see it, its my beach and intake care of it. I've had agents standing right there when income out and just say "is that your house" and let me go on my way.

If I have a party, I catch a bunch over a few days and put them in a kiddie pool with an air pump. They're sturdy little fuckers. I'll dump in two or three bottles of chili pepper water and let in seep into their system for a few days. That's the best way.





There was a surge a few years ago of good looking girls getting into freedive and fishing. It was led by Kimi Werner.[Image: 30E6F69200000578-0-image-m-27_1454666441220.jpg]

I think it was more for their instagrams, but a lot were doing it. I had tons of sluts want to come up and go with me. I'm bald the trend is over. Most were just whiners.

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If you are old fashion like me here's a good idea:

Look on this website and get the free subscription to this magazine: http://freesurfmagazine.com

Then when you get it, pull out the card for the free subscription to this magazine: https://www.hawaiiskindiver.com

Good magazines to get.

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talk about coincidence. Found out tonight that one of my good friends' girlfriend is a long time archer/bow hunter. It's a sort of family trade between her and her parents and siblings. She's going to show me the ropes.
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This is a pic of an Amberjack of about 50lbs I speared while freediving the pacific coast of Colombia near Bahia Solano
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I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

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(08-30-2017 07:55 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

I do most of my hunting spot and stalk out west, but I also hunt whitetails from stands. i bring a book that requires deep thaught. I like to read philosophy in the tree stand . This year Ive got Seneca in my pack. Turn the pages slowly and between each page look around.
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(08-30-2017 07:55 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

I do most of my hunting spot and stalk out west, but I also hunt whitetails from stands. i bring a book that requires deep thaught. I like to read philosophy in the tree stand . This year Ive got Seneca in my pack. Turn the pages slowly and between each page look around.

Lacking the concentration for this is why most of my shooting is vermin using thermal and night vision equipment from the comfort of a heated truck cab with a flask of coffee... Angel

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I'm going lobster hunting right now. I want 40 by my labor day party.

Four tools: big ass spotlight, long rod with fork end that's technically for locksmiths to open cars, heavy duty mesh bag, really good mask.

Its half moon and cloudy, but warm.

I spread a bunch of bacon bits out in my lucky spot earlier today. Then you get mason jars and put some crisco in them, about an ice cream scoop. Bury them lid side down near rocks. Let the lobsters dig in there.

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Headed to Budapest today to Hunt Red Stag, Mouflon Sheep , ROe Deer. Bringing my Hoyt Compound . Its the middle of the Red Stag hunting breeding right now and the bulls are "roaring". Ill be hunting with a small group of peer aged european men that will also be coming to idaho this fall to hunt ELk with me. Im sure we will make it out in Budapest for some hunting 2 legged split tails....

Ill post back with the results of the hunt.
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(09-01-2017 03:27 AM)Kona Wrote:  I'm going lobster hunting right now. I want 40 by my labor day party.

Four tools: big ass spotlight, long rod with fork end that's technically for locksmiths to open cars, heavy duty mesh bag, really good mask.

Its half moon and cloudy, but warm.

I spread a bunch of bacon bits out in my lucky spot earlier today. Then you get mason jars and put some crisco in them, about an ice cream scoop. Bury them lid side down near rocks. Let the lobsters dig in there.

Aloha!

How did you make out on the bugs? Have you had succsess with spearing large pelagics in Hawaii? Ive heard the diving is very deep there. A buddy of mine told me that you have to hit 100ft to spear the big fish..
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How can you just go to the country and hunt? Aren't there some permits, needing to be member of hunting clubs or such? You are just a tourist.
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(09-06-2017 08:04 AM)sterling_archer Wrote:  How can you just go to the country and hunt? Aren't there some permits, needing to be member of hunting clubs or such? You are just a tourist.

Hi Sterling Archer,

Very good question. I will be bringing my IBEP (INternational BOwhunters Education Permit) , in addition to my Idaho Hunting licence from the USA which hungary will recognize and issue me a local licence. I have networked with Landowners in Hungary and exchanged for them to come hunting with me for allowing me to hunt on their lands. I will have a tag/licence for 1 Stag, 1 Mouflon Sheep, 1 Roe Deer , 1 wild boar. I will be there for 6 full days of hunting.

Usually it would be very expensive to hunt these animals but since I have bartered hunting in the USA the cost for me is only airfare etc..

I have also hunted in Latvia, Estonia and Finland with similar scenarios.
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Didn't know that exists, very interesting. And the fact that Hungary will recognize it is even more astonishing.
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(09-06-2017 07:58 AM)JohnGalt007 Wrote:  
(09-01-2017 03:27 AM)Kona Wrote:  I'm going lobster hunting right now. I want 40 by my labor day party.

Four tools: big ass spotlight, long rod with fork end that's technically for locksmiths to open cars, heavy duty mesh bag, really good mask.

Its half moon and cloudy, but warm.

I spread a bunch of bacon bits out in my lucky spot earlier today. Then you get mason jars and put some crisco in them, about an ice cream scoop. Bury them lid side down near rocks. Let the lobsters dig in there.

Aloha!

How did you make out on the bugs? Have you had succsess with spearing large pelagics in Hawaii? Ive heard the diving is very deep there. A buddy of mine told me that you have to hit 100ft to spear the big fish..

We pulled 46 by Sunday, and left tons out there. As the wave pick up north facing they start to head back out to deeper and calmer areas.

I don't dive for anything to big or too fast anymore. I had a horrible incident with a yellowfin. I had to get it back to shore through tiger shark turf, and I though I was dead. Now I just stick to reefing it.

Aloha!
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(09-06-2017 08:30 AM)JohnGalt007 Wrote:  
(09-06-2017 08:04 AM)sterling_archer Wrote:  How can you just go to the country and hunt? Aren't there some permits, needing to be member of hunting clubs or such? You are just a tourist.

Hi Sterling Archer,

Very good question. I will be bringing my IBEP (INternational BOwhunters Education Permit) , in addition to my Idaho Hunting licence from the USA which hungary will recognize and issue me a local licence. I have networked with Landowners in Hungary and exchanged for them to come hunting with me for allowing me to hunt on their lands. I will have a tag/licence for 1 Stag, 1 Mouflon Sheep, 1 Roe Deer , 1 wild boar. I will be there for 6 full days of hunting.

Usually it would be very expensive to hunt these animals but since I have bartered hunting in the USA the cost for me is only airfare etc..

I have also hunted in Latvia, Estonia and Finland with similar scenarios.

Not bad. I've always wondered how international hunts workout. Also, it's incredibly expensive to get tags for big game as a non-resident in most states here in the US, I can only imagine the price for non-resident hunting in other countries.

For example, if a non-resident of Colorado wants to get a Moose tag for Colorado, it will cost them over $2k, whereas it's only $250 for a resident.
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There was a huge affair couple of years ago when our prominent politician was discovered to have in his basement animals from Africa. He payed thousands of dollars to hunt in Africa, while he was proponent of "saving money" in public life. He shot elephant, crocodile, two lions and hippos, at least so we have been told. There are of course untold numbers of smaller animals, but still... wow.
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(09-07-2017 10:59 AM)General Stalin Wrote:  
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(09-06-2017 08:04 AM)sterling_archer Wrote:  How can you just go to the country and hunt? Aren't there some permits, needing to be member of hunting clubs or such? You are just a tourist.

Hi Sterling Archer,

Very good question. I will be bringing my IBEP (INternational BOwhunters Education Permit) , in addition to my Idaho Hunting licence from the USA which hungary will recognize and issue me a local licence. I have networked with Landowners in Hungary and exchanged for them to come hunting with me for allowing me to hunt on their lands. I will have a tag/licence for 1 Stag, 1 Mouflon Sheep, 1 Roe Deer , 1 wild boar. I will be there for 6 full days of hunting.

Usually it would be very expensive to hunt these animals but since I have bartered hunting in the USA the cost for me is only airfare etc..

I have also hunted in Latvia, Estonia and Finland with similar scenarios.

Not bad. I've always wondered how international hunts workout. Also, it's incredibly expensive to get tags for big game as a non-resident in most states here in the US, I can only imagine the price for non-resident hunting in other countries.

For example, if a non-resident of Colorado wants to get a Moose tag for Colorado, it will cost them over $2k, whereas it's only $250 for a resident.

What you say is true to some extent, Especially for species like moose. You can do out of state Whitetail hunts for more reasonable sums . FOr examply I am hunting Deer in Northern Missouri this year and licence costs are only 220. For example non resident licence and tag costs for an Elk in Idaho run about 650 total and that doesnt guarantee you will be succsessfull.

I Europe the licence costs have been negligible in my experience. I paid like 35 in the baltics and finland , My host paid the licence cost in Hungary so im not sure how much it cost but probably similar. I Europe the expensive part is gaining access.

So far this year I have taken 3 Russian Boar, 1 ROe Deer in Europe and a Black Bear in Idaho. All of my European hunting is via bartering for hunting opportuntiy in the USA. I will have 4 guests from Europe in my elk camp this year.
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(09-06-2017 01:22 PM)Kona Wrote:  
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(09-01-2017 03:27 AM)Kona Wrote:  I'm going lobster hunting right now. I want 40 by my labor day party.

Four tools: big ass spotlight, long rod with fork end that's technically for locksmiths to open cars, heavy duty mesh bag, really good mask.

Its half moon and cloudy, but warm.

I spread a bunch of bacon bits out in my lucky spot earlier today. Then you get mason jars and put some crisco in them, about an ice cream scoop. Bury them lid side down near rocks. Let the lobsters dig in there.

Aloha!

How did you make out on the bugs? Have you had succsess with spearing large pelagics in Hawaii? Ive heard the diving is very deep there. A buddy of mine told me that you have to hit 100ft to spear the big fish..

We pulled 46 by Sunday, and left tons out there. As the wave pick up north facing they start to head back out to deeper and calmer areas.

I don't dive for anything to big or too fast anymore. I had a horrible incident with a yellowfin. I had to get it back to shore through tiger shark turf, and I though I was dead. Now I just stick to reefing it.

Aloha!

Ive often speared cobia off the back of bull sharks on East coast FL. Huge adrenaline rush! Ive never dove with Tigers but Ive heard they are the worst
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(09-06-2017 08:37 AM)sterling_archer Wrote:  Didn't know that exists, very interesting. And the fact that Hungary will recognize it is even more astonishing.

it is possible in almost every country in Europe that allows bowhunting as far as I know. Also a European can go to the USA and Hunt on Public land by only paying for LIcence and Tag fees.

New Zealand is a place thats on my bucket list for hunting / SPearfishing and you can hunt on public land down there for free basicly even as tourist.
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(08-30-2017 07:55 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

DO you hunt private or Public land? What part of country? FOr Whitetails best time to be in the woods is first 3 weeks of November. Focus on terrain funnelsto catch roaming bucks looking for tail. Have multiple stand locations to hunt various wind directions. Scent control and management is most important on whitetails.
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(08-30-2017 07:55 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

DO you hunt private or Public land? What part of country? FOr Whitetails best time to be in the woods is first 3 weeks of November. Focus on terrain funnelsto catch roaming bucks looking for tail. Have multiple stand locations to hunt various wind directions. Scent control and management is most important on whitetails.

Northern Virginia. I joined a private hunting club last year, and I have access to military bases.

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(09-08-2017 03:25 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  
(09-08-2017 07:57 AM)JohnGalt007 Wrote:  
(08-30-2017 07:55 PM)MOVSM Wrote:  I'm here seething with jealousy. I've been going hunting for several years now, but I'm yet to see anything bigger than a squirrel while in a stand.
This year I geared up for a bow hunt, since the season is longer and hopefully I'll identify my mistakes.
All you hunting gurus--do you have any tips? How do you keep still for so many hours?

DO you hunt private or Public land? What part of country? FOr Whitetails best time to be in the woods is first 3 weeks of November. Focus on terrain funnelsto catch roaming bucks looking for tail. Have multiple stand locations to hunt various wind directions. Scent control and management is most important on whitetails.

Northern Virginia. I joined a private hunting club last year, and I have access to military bases.

I don't eat a lot of hairy animals, and never really have. However, I used to go bow hunting with friends on the eastern shore of Virginia. There's a big private farm called Bayview farm, or something similar. They used to charge maybe twenty bucks, and the bridge toll was 10 each way.

That place had deer's galore. Big ones. I'd just sit and watch them. Google it.

Aloha!
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