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Preseason bow prep checklist -
posted 1 month ago
Good article, thanks for writing!
I take close up pictures of my sight and rest and everything else showing how everything lines up on the tic marks. Leave them on my phone and i can always get back to a baseline. If I change something I can just delete the old pictures and take new ones and not have a bunch of silver marks on my housings. Marking does work good on limb bolts (surprised that manufacturers don't provide some sort of index for those).
Brady Miller's 2018 early season backcountry hunting gear list -
posted 2 months ago
Thanks, good article. I also added a column to mine that i use similar to your "p" designation. You can utilize different letters in there (I use "t" for items i leave in the truck) and then sort the list different ways for different purposes.
I get the stoveless and have studied up on that before. I am curious about how you keep the blender bottle (relatively) clean?
APPLICATION STRATEGY 2018: Colorado Elk and Antelope -
posted 1 year ago
If you put in for points as your first choice (E-P-999-99-P), then can you still list an actual unit to draw for a second choice? Do they even consider that second?
APPLICATION STRATEGY 2018: New Mexico Elk -
posted 1 year ago
Thanks! Super helpful and fast. As they say, therein lies the dilemma :-)
I have tried to find this other places but am having no luck. How does the draw work for a non-resident as part of a group application? If I put in with a friend, do we both get random sequence numbers? The same number? Any idea the impact on odds?