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    23 Hours Ago
    There is a thin layer of oxygen close to floor.
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    2 Days Ago
    That's a lot of air freshener.
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    There are others you know...
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    2 Days Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Success in Nebraska. More to come.
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    5 Days Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I really don't like one piece quivers as it moves site over.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I need to see how it attaches to riser. I've got a dovetail site. They have a small pic.
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    6 Days Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I wish their website had some clearer pictures on how the quiver is attached.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I like these. Going to investigate further.
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    1 Week Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Anybody have a quiver that's worth mentioning? The one I have is a two-piece. I like them because it doesn't mess with the site. But this pos only grabs the arrows on one-end and then uses the arrow in the foam as the second attachment point. The hood doesn't even cover all of the broadhead. So the arrow is constantly loose and you have to be careful not to cut yourself. Outstanding
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    :applause:
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    It's a simple question of weight ratios.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I don't know how you guys walk around with those things...
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    One thing I can't wrap my head around is how they moved that moose any distance with that small diameter rope.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    That was a nice video.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I think I dislocated my shoulder watching that.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Haiku form Pack is heavy, belt is tight Balls are now swingin' Hurrah, Left to Right
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    1 Week Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    I tried to find that post but searching forums is a PITA. Anything under Advanced Search yields 0 results. Those things never work. I think it was someone who had a pack and the threads were pulling through so the guy tried to fix it himself. It didn't work so he wanted Badlands to fix it and they refused because the guy had already tried. It was something like that. It was petty.
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    lol ^^^^^^^^^^^ You mean, you don't radio the ranch and let them know you've just downed a giant 10-ptr and then wait until the pickup arrives to your stand with photographers and plenty of ranch hands? I agree about the cargo pants. Wouldn't hunt without them. One of the places I'm hunting now is a half-mile walk in, so leaving kill stuff in the truck would not be feasible as it would lead to a mile walk just to go and get it. The game cart is helpful in most areas but it can be burdensome if the terrain is bad. Most of this is done in the dark as I hunt mostly in the late afternoons. All of it sucks. The deer has to come out in bags. It would be even more of a nightmare trying to get a whole deer back and into the Blazer. I guess if it was easy then everyone would do it, right?
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    2 Weeks Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    There was a thread awhile back on the dark side where somebody had a Badlands pack that had some seams that had failed or something to that effect. Badlands wouldn't honor the defect even though their products are supposedly guaranteed for life. This thread went on for months and hundreds of posts of people denouncing their loyalty to Badlands for their failure to honor their guarantee. It was quite entertaining. I'm thinking you could have taken care of the guy's problem and earned some respect as opposed to becoming a public enemy over a small repair job.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    :-) You can throw so many manufacturers into that mix. It's like they can't get out of their own way.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Wait, are you hijacking your own thread?
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    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    So, just to pile on a bit. On my Rocky, I've got 4 smaller outside pockets and one larger outside pocket, pocket on top flap and smaller pocket on lower back. top flap: compass, keys top right: sheath knife, folder knife, headlamp, small flashlight, extra batteries lower right: TP, hand sanitizer, paracord top left: extra release, gps unit lower left: range finder, scent wafers, bow string wax larger outside pouch pocket: rattle bag, release, mesh face mask, grunt tube, binoculars, strap with equipment hooks inside pocket: folder saw with wood and bone blade, license, first aid bag, hand warmers lower back: bow hook pants pocket: cell phone Now put all of that in a large compartment along with a water bottle, harness, gloves, rope etc. and you have a recipe for disaster. So I see backpacks with great quality just not useable design. I would actually like to have my kill stuff with me but there is no room: pulley system, butt-out, small tarp, meat bags, ziplocs for heart and liver, string for colon etc.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Are you Sonny or Tubbs?
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    2 Weeks Ago
    bluecat started a thread Let's talk Gear in Podunk Corner
    Oh what fun! The pack I currently have is made by Rocky - nice pack, horrible boots. My boots melted in my closest but that is another story. So I actually like the Rocky pack but wish it was a little bigger with maybe an external or internal frame. The problem I have is the pack is so loaded with stuff that I feel like I need a frame. So I took out my Alice pack the other day and it is simply not big enough and there aren't as many side pockets. Frame is fantastic though. Thought maybe I could take the Alice frame and put in on my Rocky pack. No. Hanging a framed pack in a tree is also a problem. So then I got out my fanny pack and put the essentials in it and then the rest went into the backpack. Problem with that set up is the fanny pack doesn't play well with a backpack as the two are trying to occupy the same position on my butt. There is also one additional piece of gear that I have to keep track of. Simpler is better. Always. So now I'm back to looking at backpacks and took a quick look at Badlands. If you look at these packs there is basically one big compartment and a couple of side pockets. The more the pack holds the fewer the side pockets. It's the side pockets that allow you to quickly get out a grunt tube or find your binoculars when you need them. The one big compartment in a pack is fine for clothes but when you are trying to find individual items it's horrible. The prices are also pretty high. Their framed pack is over 500.00 and has no side pockets. If I was hiking to a location to camp I can see the pack being useful but I need to put my hands on my release and know where it is quickly. What am I missing? Don't designers hunt?
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    3 Weeks Ago
    I bet she doesn't go 125.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    I saw that north Dallas was getting hit last night and said a little prayer. Glad you are alright.
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    I want the originals written with boysenberry syrup on IHOP napkins.
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    4 Weeks Ago
    bluecat replied to a thread Friday music vids in Podunk Corner
    We were all mesmerized by Desperado. Could you just not post for one minute.
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