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Published by ardelet123 on 16 Mar 2012

America has an Identity? Scratches/or the Land?

I wrote last about, Ted Nugents, “Be Ready” Blog.

PS:  to / about Scratches-e-Mail pictures of Scratches Blog I wrote:

I said it was a “SAD” commentary to see people are asking to see Scratches before buying something used,which is there right of course. It is not so much about that fact as it is ALL About America really not being ready for anything,except more Junk/Pretty items, to show off?.

Ted Nugent has it so right in many respects and I can see he is in touch with the Past? of America. Caring for the Buffalo and what was given us,that now we are pissing away.

There seems to be no  history to care about the Land being passed on,(except War history of fighting for the Land) in the USA anymore. People in other Countries love there land and  seem not so much worried about the “SCRATCHES” and crooked tiles in life. They “LIVE Life” and Fight for there Social Systems and community in some what better ways than we are doing in USA.

Is it that we care about Idiolising GOLD/Riches,Having property and Scratch free Bows/Trucks all the while looking over doing right by the Land and People?

We have no USA Country Sole as it where. We pray to “GOD” to win A football game? or thank “GOD” if we win, because we must have done right by the “Lord” to win, while the other team did not Pray long enough? So what is really going on?

It seems that we have no belonging here in US,but just for the Gold/Riches ,unlike the American Indian that had it right all along,being it is about the LAND and the People, not,”Scratched used Bows” as it where.

Other Countries have feeling towards there Land’s,Hunting and such affairs, but it seems that we do not spend much time with that thought and why is that? We fight for a better deal or more “PREFECT”  junk to have for  while, until it gets old or “Scratched” then out to the Garage sale or Dump it goes.

Can we all get along and start living the MANY , USA tribute songs, in a real way, to look past the Scratches with products and People that need our help. Then we can keep building up our Faith in US and the USA. Bring BACK! factories to help people have jobs,even lower end jobs, but YES! Jobs to do and to build up the Peoples Faith in USA.

Please stop e-Mailing pictures of “Scratches” and send pictures of Happy events to one another.

 

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Published by ardelet123 on 16 Mar 2012

e-Mail picture of Scratch? LOL- “Ted Nugent Blog-“Be Ready”

www.Archerytalk.com: For Sale,Hunting Bow” 2011 Pse EVO is for sale w/scratch so small it will not picture.
Person writes,”Can you take a picture of the scratch and email it to [email protected]
Ted Nugent write to be “ready” and yet some people are worried about a scratch on the bow they might buy?
LOL, is that not TO FUNNY,lol?
This country is so obsessed with Perfect that we miss the problems with getting things right. Used items have little scratches, but the problem is what about people starving out there,while some are [email protected]@ for scratch free used Bows?
Boy have we gotten off track in the good old USA ? or what?
Just adding a note about the insanity that is about “NOT BEING READY” as Ted Nugent writes,being, while we are looking for scratches, others are GETTING it done in the real world. People that are ready probably spend less time on “Scratches” and more time on a Real Life.
I grew up going to Ted Nugent concerts and I see why now,(coming from Full Blood Indian), it is all about the Land and being ready for what is going on. Little details need attention,with less time spent on “Scratches”. I see and shed a tear for what is seen,(trash) on the road side,while some are looking to get e-Mail pictures of Scratches sent to them,before they think of buying a used Bow.
Go Figure?
A”SAD” commentary on what is important for some in the USA today.
Please lets hear about your thoughts about, being “READY, IE: Ted Nugents Blog” and OR the e-Mail “Scratches” you are looking for, OR not in your life.

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Published by team all out on 15 Mar 2012

Scent control

Seems like everyone i talk to this topic has the most controversy, next to broadhead selection.  so for a little background of what people think of me in this aspect.  i am the most insane, over the top, crazy, over board, gone mad, out of my mind (all things i have heard numerous times) and none of which best describes better then ALL OUT hard core no scent freak.  i wash my sheets on my bed wash my sleeping bag when i travel wash my work cloths my everyday cloths and store all my stuff in scent lock bags.   i dont touch any of my cloths unless my hands have just been washed with no scent soap and after washing  my hands i walk to the dryer like i am going into surgery.  the dryer is wiped out with field wipes the washer is ran 2 time with only soap to clean it out b4 i even put my dirty cloths in it.   I take 1 shower every day and 2 showers 1 week b4 a hunt.  i use no scent soap all year long on everything…. The day of my hunt i wipe down with field wipes and then put on every product they make.  i put my cloths on in the field and spray down everything. 

But lets break this down a little bit an make it not seem so crazy.  everything i am doing is a lateral move.  i already have to do most of these things why not use no scent products? i already have to shower ,wash my cloths my sheets towels ext, why not use no scent products? do i think i can ever be 100 percent scent free, no way.. but can i be 80 or maybe 50 percent scent free heck ya i can……..AND this is the time everyone want to tell me a story about how they smoke in there blind and pee off there stand, take a boom boom under there feeder and still shot a monster buck……… ok…… well i pose the question how many MORE animals would you have seen if you weren’t doing those things.  maybe instead of sitting all week you might have shot that monster the first night, you never know.  then  i ask people, how much do u spend for money on a out of state hunt? almost always over 500 bucks on the low end.   then i ask if you could increase your odds of success by even 5 percent would you do it? they alway say yes, so why not be as scent free as possible. 

 

 

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Published by mountainarchery on 14 Mar 2012

St. Jude Children’s Hospital Archery Benefit

Mountain Archery of Gruetli-Laager, TN will the hosting their 3rd Annual St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Archery Tournament June 23rd and 24th.  All proceeds of this tournament will be donated to this hospital. We raised $2500.00 last year  with over 80 shooters. We want to get the word out to the archery  community  to hopefully raise more money for these kids.  We will have 20 McKenzie Targets situated on a nature trail, pop out novelty, plywood buck novelty, turkey trio novelty,  5 day Kansas Bow Hunt Drawing, bows to raffle, deer target door prize, prizes signed by some of the pros, and refreshments.  Check out our schedule on www.mountainarchery3dshoots.com. If you can not come, please tell a friend. Thanks!!!

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Published by Alex :) on 11 Mar 2012

3-D archery benefit will be on Saturday March the 17th from 9-? at the Old Cartoogechaye School Franklin, North Carolina 4178 Murphy Road, Franklin, NC.

This Benefit is not just for Archers we will be having many raffles, a cake walk, BBQ dinner,a milk jug shoot, balloon darts/shoot for the kids and an Iron man shoot. So far we have gotten many donations including a gun, tree stand, 5 browning jackets, hair products, gas cards, purses, etc.
Gabe Bingham is a 12 year old boy who has nephritic kidney syndrome.

Contact Information:

Penny Houston
828-421-2588 SHOOTER CLASSES

CUBS: MALE & FEMALE: UP TO 10 YEARS OLD

BLUE STAKE MAX. YARDS NOT TO EXCEED 15 YARDS;

YOUTH: MALE 11 TO 13 YEARS OLD

WHITE STAKE: MAX YARDS , NOT TO EXCEED 25 YARDS

YOUTH: FEMALE 11 TO 13 YEARS OLD

WHITE STAKE: MAX YARDS,NOT TO EXCEED 25 YARDS

FEMALE YOUNG ADULTS: 14 TO 18 YEARS OLD

YELLOW STAKE: MAX.YARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 35 YARDS

MALE YOUNG ADULTS: 14 TO 18 YEARS OLD

YELLOW STAKE: MAX.YARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 35 YARDS

NOVICE ( BEGINNER HUNTER ) 19 YEARS OLD AND UP: MALE; KNOWN YARDAGE

YELLOW STAKE: MAX.YARDS,NOT TO EXCEED 35 YARDS

NOVICE ( BEGINNER HUNTER ) 19 YEARS OLD AND UP. FEMALE: KNOWN YARDAGE

YELLOW STAKE: MAX. YARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 35 YARDS

HUNTER UNKNOWN YARDS: MALE AND FEMALE; GREEN STAKE: MAX.YARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 45 YARDS

HUNTER KNOWN YARDAGE: MALE AND FEMALE

GREEN STAKE: MAX.YARDS.NOT TO EXCEED 45 YARDS

TRADITIONAL RECURVE AND LONG BOW

MALE AND FEMALE

WHITE STAKE: MAX. YARDS; NOT TO EXCEED 25 YARDS

WOMENS OPEN: KNOWN YARDAGE

ORANGE STAKE: MAX.YARDS, NOT TO EXCEED 50 YARDS

MENS OPEN: KNOWN YARDAGE

ORANGE STAKE: MAX.YARDS NOT TO EXCEED 50 YARDS

Iron man shoot $10 to enter shoot for a tree stand start at 40 yards then move back. 1:30
Milk Jug shoot $10 to enter shoot for 1/2 the money 3 arrows. Under 16 years old 4 arrows everyone shoot at 20 yards 1:30- right after Iron man
3D shoot $15 to enter casual start at 9:00am
cake walk at 12 $1
BBq 11:30-1:30 price- $6.00 extra sandwhich $3
Kids darts 3 darts $2
Raffle/ Prizes all day $1 per ticket, 6 for $5, 13 for $10, 25 for $20 drawings at the end of iron man and milk jug shoot

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Published by KurtD on 28 Feb 2012

Hot Spot Outfitter Spotlight

  

 

 

Hot Spot Outfitter Spotlight– Kansas’s Blue River Whitetails

 

In today’s outfitter swindling of get rich quick mentality coupled with amplifying quantity versus quality has forged a weld on the wallet of several thousand hard working hunters in search for a legitimate deer operation to spend their well-earned dollars. With outfitters sprouting from every nook and cranny of the country – it’s time to separate the wheat from the chaff.

In these difficult economic times we face – hunters looking to find an operation that provides one-on-one attention, reasonable expectations, and a proven track record is an absolute necessity before even entertaining cutting a deposit. I firmly believe that as a “client,” there should be virtually no room for shards of doubt or speculation in the booking process. At the very same token – you cannot expect a 150” buck served to you on a silver platter, that’s just not realistic when hunting free range whitetails. At the end of the day, you must find an operation that is not only genuine, but works with you to provide a fair opportunity to fill your tag and conquer your dream.

My hope is to help guide you in the right direction before throwing your greenbacks into the flames. I want to set the record straight and speak for every hunter in the country stashing their savings for a hunt this fall and give a few outfitters a well-deserved shout out for their relentless ability to deliver incredible hunts year-after-year.

 

BLUE RIVER WHITETAILS

 

I’ve had the great opportunity to hunt at a place that has not only proved successful for me the last five years, but currently maintains a 100% turkey slaying record and a world-class whitetail rate that’s very near. The birds are plentiful, landscape’s spectacular, and the privilege to hunt side-by-side with a hunting guru is truly a blessing.

My Kansas go-to-guy is David Schotte, owner of Blue River Whitetails. Schotte runs a superb family oriented operation and has been doing a successful job putting his clients on both species year-after-year.

Schotte relies on Moultrie trail cam pictures to scarf big buck activity and insight. As we all know, trail cameras significantly reduce hunter error and keep human pressure and activity at the extreme minimum. This is exactly how Blue River Whitetails is able to provide their big buck hunting clients an unheard of, 70% success rate with a 150” average!

The time and efforts Schotte put toward planting food plots, installing waterholes, building brush blinds, and strategically placing cameras all boiled down to that very moment; his clients grinning behind a set of gnarly antlers.

There truly is no greater feeling than the gift of accomplishment coupled with the fruitful passion of the outdoors. Together, they are a winning combination that defines the pinnacle of a hunter’s success. The fond memories of bonding with great company and waking up to a buffet of wild game is a dream come true.

If you are in search of a place to hunt spring turkey or fall deer; look no further than Blue River Whitetails!

 

 

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Published by KurtD on 27 Feb 2012

Straight Shot with Frank Addington, Jr.

 

Straight Shot

with Frank Addington, Jr. First Shot Streak Continues at the Renfro’s

Indiana Deer, Turkey and Waterfowl Expo
Who would have guessed that 58 years ago when Harry Renfro started a sports show that it would continue to grow to this day and reach 650,000′ of exhibition space in six big buildings at the Indiana State Fair Grounds?   This show is easily one of the country’s premier sports shows.  About 15 years ago, they added the “Indiana Deer, Turkey and Waterfowl Expo” to the already successful Ford Indianapolis Boat, Sport and Travel Show.  The main sports show runs ten days and the Deer, Turkey and Waterfowl Expo runs for three of those days.  For one ticket, people can walk through the entire show.

Today Kevin Renfro, his family and staff run a great show.  I am sure Kevin’s father Harry would be proud.  Archery Hall of Fame member Ann Clark used to do her archery exhibition at this event and I think it’s always cool to follow in her footsteps at some of these older, well established shows.  There aren’t alot of the old sports show families still around… I do shows for the Halls, the Cenaikos, and the Renfros and maybe a few others.  But most of the old family shows have been purchased or no longer exist.

What impresses me about the Renfro show is the new Quiet Sports part of the show.  They have canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes, tents, and basically anything without a motor relating to the outdoors.  It’s a beautiful part of the show.  I did some media in the Quiet Sports room and really enjoyed seeing all the booths.   I also admired a Canadian cabin scene complete with water and trees built in the tourism part of the show.  It was awesome.

The Deer, Turkey and Waterfowl Expo was packed all three days.  Saturday you could barely walk the isles.  The exhibitors were all busy and everyone looked content to be at a sports show on a February afternoon.  I did two TV media interviews at the show and five exhibitions on the huge new mainstage.  They called the stage the Big Tine Hunting Seminar Stage.  It was showcased in the middle of the show floor and attracted big crowds at every show.

I had five different assistant’s at the five shows I did.  I joked with the audience that there was no way I could be a trick shooter having that many different assistants.  Saturday evening’s show felt great.   I remember the three baby aspirin shot– I hit it first try.  Then I followed that up with another first shot on the three mustard seeds/three arrows!  That was a great way to highlight a busy day.

Sunday’s show was special.  A medically retired special forces medic tossed targets for me and I hit the mustard seeds the first try again! He got my attention and announced to the audience that one of the seeds actually had a crease down it from the field point of one of my arrows!  After the show I met a special little boy who wanted to buy an arrow.  I told his father I didn’t sell my arrows but that I would give him one.  I signed an old, well worn arrow and gave it to him.  The father told me the little boy had recently had had a liver transplant and 20 surgeries.   When he left the little boy hugged me and said, “God Bless you.”   What a perfect ending to a great run of shows.

The Renfro show has always been special to me.  In 2007 Chuck Adams introduced my show.  That was the time then assistant show director Steve Garnell tossed three baby aspirin tablets into mid air and I hit them first try!  I have never done an appearance at the Renfro show without doing at least one first shot show on the baby aspirin.  I left there Sunday with that record in tact.  I look forward to getting back there around 2015.
For more info on this event, visit their show website at:  http://renfroproductions.com/deer-turkey-waterfowl/

 

That’s the latest.  Next up: Shows in Ohio and New York.  Until next time, Adios and God Bless.

 

Shoot Straight,

Frank Addington

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Published by samsalvas on 23 Feb 2012

Outdoor Addictions

check us out on facebook. we are looking for people to share their storys and experiences and post some pictures. i will be sharing my hunting videos i make as well

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Published by Alex :) on 23 Feb 2012

3D Benefit shoot Saturday, March 17th Franklin, North Carolina

When I attended Camp Crossings in Kentucky, a Christian summer camp, with Pine Grove Baptist Youth Group. The pastor challenged us to create a beyond effect. A beyond effect is your passion helping your burden. My passion is Archery and at the time I wasn’t quite sure what my burden was until a few months ago. After praying about it , I now know that my burden is for a little boy named Gabe Bingham son of Mike and Gen Bingham. He has had nuphratic   kidney syndrome since he was in the second grade. To help this family I am putting together a 3-D bow shoot to raise money for this family. We have a Camo ministry at Pine Grove who is supporting this cause,also the Franklin Archers Club will be supporting this cause as well.
The shoot will be at the Old Cartoogechaye school Franklin, North Carolina on Saturday March 17th starting at 9 am until when ever we get done. There will be a 3-d shoot, milk jug shoot, balloon darts/ bow shoot for kids, cake walk, silent auction, BBQ dinner and we will also be shooting for a gun and a tree stand. I hope yall can come I would love to see you there!
**** Also any donations would be greatly appreciated****

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Published by KurtD on 15 Feb 2012

ARE YOU READY TO ROCK? – By Ted Nugent

ARE YOU READY TO ROCK?                                                                                                by Ted Nugent

When I ask myself if I’m ready, I mean am I really ready for anything and everything, all the time. Way before I think about preparing for the upcoming hunting season, I discipline myself to be ready for the day, each and every day when I rise to carpe’ diem! And boy do I ever carpe’ that Diem with a full throttled vengeance. Why mess around. Plan B is for clowns who think Hee Haw was a documentary.

I of course take the absolute best care possible of my mind, body, spirit and soul. I don’t eat junk, remain clean and sober at all costs, and fast food at the Nugent household is represented by teal in the freezer. We know our body is a sacred temple, and sacred temples don’t have toxins or blubber, San Antonio.

By the time I was nine, my wonderful over-disciplinarian dad drilled into our heads that the Boy Scout motto was not only for Boy Scouts, and that not only is being prepared the right and only mindset to have, but being unprepared is downright irresponsible and dangerous. Does anybody other than the Nugent boys still live this way? I hope so.

I lift myself out of bed, go through all the prepatory personal hygiene and fortification procedures, and make sure my pants pockets have all the bare essentials; pocket knife, folding knife, large handkerchief, truck and house keys, chapstick, lighter, folding reading glasses, small flashlight, spare 3V battery, a wad of guitar picks, wallet with ID, credit cards, cash, insurance card, a few business cards, family photos, a couple of bandaids, and a flat, lighted magnifying glass. No bulk, perfectly streamlined.

Then I go to my belt, on which I secure my handgun(s), spare mags, and belt tool.

In my double pocketed shirt I find my ever present small pad, pen, marker and cell phone, my law enforcement credentials and shield.

Okay, I’m ready for anything.

My truck is a whole different story, loaded with the basic survival, emergency gear obvious to those who live the rugged individualism that makes America and Texas great. Registration and proof of insurance, heavy duty work gloves, phone charger, flashlight, basic tools, air compressor, tire gauge, 1st aid kit, chainsaw,  flares, HD jack, jumper cables, rifle with lots of spare ammo, rain slicker, towel, snake bite kit, fire starter, a few MREs, some water and spare sun glasses to just name some of my gear.

You notice my phone, keys, handgun and other basics are on my person, not in my truck. A knife in the truck does not quality as a “pocket knife”. That would be a “truck knife” and will not be handy when away from the truck.

Critically, the same goes for your handgun. Everybody at Luby’s that fateful day had their guns in the truck, and only a fool would dare fail to learn from that lesson of life and death. I personally choose life.

Also in my truck is a full tank of fuel. I have taught my family that when the fuel gauge gets to the half way mark, fill er back up. With the lessons learned over so many years, a full tank of gas or diesel can make all the difference in the world when things go bad. And for those not paying attention, things do indeed go bad, and for the truly tuned in, things are more likely today to go real bad now more than ever. There’s a fuel gauge on your dash for a reason. Take a look at it often.

I hang out with some mighty rough and tumble hombres, hard-working ranching, outdoors types that fancy themselves plenty ready to rock. Unfortunately, many Texans are not really prepared adequately, more often than not, leaving everything “in the truck”.

Cellphones are small so as to be convenient to keep on our persons, on hand for when family and friends may really need to get ahold of us. And of course, they should be charged up each night while we sleep.

Same goes for that lovely little belt tool. I use mine dozens of times each and every day.

And handkerchiefs? I cannot believe how few men carry a clean handkerchief with them at all times. I consider it an essential.

As you read this little ditty here in our favorite outdoor publication, we are gearing up for spring turkey season, but I got my turkey hunting gear all reviewed and ready way back in January. In the springtime, I am actually getting ready for the fall hunting season, reviewing all my archery gear and making certain all my hunting gear is in perfect order way in advance so I don’t lose a precious minute when the season is upon us.

I will be rocking my royal keeshker off all summer long, but still shooting my bow and arrows every day to stay on my A game. Like a fighter jet pilot who must be ready at a moment’s notice, I like to manage my life to always be ready so I never have to scramble wildly at the last minute. Being prepared is good. Not being prepared, lame. Be prepared.

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