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#196669 - 12/17/18 10:47 PM Re: Cheap hunting vehicles? [Re: Snyd]
wildcatter
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 Originally Posted By: Snyd
A good pair of boots and a backpack.


This is what I was thinking. When I was collage age, (never had time fer collage, to busy shooting and hunting with my handguns) but I would have never dreamed of taking up another sport such as offloading when it was time to hunt!

It was boots on the ground except a couple times we road horseback to base camp, but them horses were rested fer the ride out, and daily hunting and scouting from there was on foot.

Sad that today what I see hunting becoming, wish I had been born 50 years earlier!

My advice would be, fer well under 500 bills a good set of Danners, and an descent pack, then start enjoying the hunt while your young enough you can, then thank me when get older, the memories will be much more rewarding! JMHO


Edited by wildcatter (12/17/18 10:51 PM)

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#196672 - 12/18/18 05:05 AM Re: Cheap hunting vehicles? [Re: wildcatter]
Randy M
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Yep agree. Unless I have a specific need for a vehicle at my lease, I hike in and out to my blind every hunt. The walk is one of my favorite times in the woods.
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#196673 - 12/18/18 09:04 AM Re: Cheap hunting vehicles? [Re: Randy M]
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 Originally Posted By: Randy M
Yep agree. Unless I have a specific need for a vehicle at my lease, I hike in and out to my blind every hunt. The walk is one of my favorite times in the woods.



Heck yeah!

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#196676 - 12/18/18 01:30 PM Re: Cheap hunting vehicles? [Re: tradmark]
Randy M
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 Originally Posted By: tradmark
 Originally Posted By: Randy M
Yep agree. Unless I have a specific need for a vehicle at my lease, I hike in and out to my blind every hunt. The walk is one of my favorite times in the woods.



Heck yeah!


My lease mates think I'm nuts. Their idea is a buggy with speakers and a Bluetooth system for their music. I'm not knocking them, just pointing out how different hunters are. Different strokes...
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