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Author Topic: Getting excited for 2019 Spring turkey season-Bowhunting  (Read 590 times)

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Re: Getting excited for 2019 Spring turkey season-Bowhunting
« Reply #45 on: December 08, 2018, 09:00:02 PM »
nice,how do you like your tactacam?i may purchase one this winter to try out.
Tactacam is a fun camera to use. I like the app so you can dial in your setup easily. For ground blinds the camera needs to be mounted near the rest.

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how do you like your carbon element?is it a 2012 or 2013?
It's easy to shoot but the cams/draw cycle is terrible. I shoot 50lb draw so it's very manageable. I bought it when they first cam out,don't remember the year. But I shoot it lights out so I'm good to go.

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Re: Getting excited for 2019 Spring turkey season-Bowhunting
« Reply #46 on: December 08, 2018, 09:55:45 PM »
nice,how do you like your tactacam?i may purchase one this winter to try out.
Tactacam is a fun camera to use. I like the app so you can dial in your setup easily. For ground blinds the camera needs to be mounted near the rest.

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how do you like your carbon element?is it a 2012 or 2013?
It's easy to shoot but the cams/draw cycle is terrible. I shoot 50lb draw so it's very manageable. I bought it when they first cam out,don't remember the year. But I shoot it lights out so I'm good to go.

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I am working on one,a 2012 right now.The guy I am dealing with has been somebody who I buy a bow from every few years as he is a fellow lefty,I almost bought it last summer but he decided to keep it for a backup but we have been chatting the last few weeks and I may have convinced him to part with it.I want it for late season up here when it's -25 and -30 for whitetails.I will know by monday,I shot the crx 32 and that was the last hoyt I owned.I also like that it is lightweight for hiking around in moose country.

It would also be a great turkey hunting bow as I like to do a lot of walking as well and have a ton of private land to hunt,my own and multiple pieces owned by friends and family.50-55 lbs is the perfect dw for bird hunting bow imo.
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