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Archive for October, 2010

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Published by THEDUDE on 30 Oct 2010

Whitetail Age Identification

Does anyone know of an online test to help hunters practice identifying the age of bucks? I’ve have hunted deer most of my life and I still have not mastered this skill. I know that the teeth of a whitetail are good indicators of age but I’m looking more for something to help me in the field. Destinguishing the difference between a 4 year old and a 6 year old I find to be fairly difficult in the field. Thanks in advance for the help.

THE DUDE

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Published by Meathammer on 29 Oct 2010

Don’t Miss Out!

I’m amazed at the number of my fellow bow hunters who are oblivious to the fact that the very first cut of meat should be removed from your deer immediately after field dressing your blessing whether butchering your own or not. I have a few zip lock quart size bags in my day pack for this specific reason.
There are tenderloin on either side of the spine near the end of the rib cage running parallel to the spine, starting from the edge of the meat opposite the spine slicing the length of the loins cut underneath the meat, continue slicing length while pulling meat away from knife as you slice until you reach the spine. Put these in your bags and grill these for dinner that same evening. This is the most tender and enjoyable cut I have found especially when shared with family at the dinner table, they won’t go far but well worth it!. If left on the animal it will shrivel up and dry out.

Be thankful & happy hunting!

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Published by mkt on 29 Oct 2010

alphaburner max speed

Being as how the alphaburner is a speed bow.. has anyone chronoed one @ 30 inch draw/ 80 lbs, say 350 grain arrow?

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Published by kdf2171028 on 11 Oct 2010

Advice Needed

I purchased a 2009 Martin Cheetah and have recently seen that they have the upgradeable CAMS, STS and CCS. Does anyone know if it is worth the money to add the upgrade seeing that the bow is awesome the way it is?

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Published by aylsworthd on 11 Oct 2010

Need Advice!!!

I am looking to get some arrows personalized, is this possible and how would I go about doing this???

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Published by bignasty43 on 09 Oct 2010

field dressing?

I need a new method of field dressing a deer after a kill so maybe it will not be so messy and give coyotes even more reason to hang around the hunting club which none of us in our club want. pictures and/or step by step instructions would be helpful.

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Published by Cedar Camo Guy on 07 Oct 2010

Cedar Camouflage

there is a brand new cedar camouflage that just hit the market called cedar creek camo that is nothing less than absolutely perfect for the cedar country we live in for who ever wants some new camo for the cedar areas. go to cedar creek camo.com

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Published by admin on 07 Oct 2010

The Aspirinbuster visits Ted Nugent’s Camp for Kids by Frank Addington, jr.

The Aspirinbuster visits Ted Nugent’s Camp for Kids by Frank Addington, jr.

“Hanging out with Theo…”

When Dick Mauch, Bruce Cull, and Ted Nugent want you to do a gig, you do it. I was already coming to Ponca, Nebraska the weekend of September 18, 2010 anyway when Dick asked for my show schedule at Ponca. He was communicating with Bruce and made arrangements for us to leave Ponca in time Saturday afternoon to drive to Yankton, South Dakota for the Ted Nugent Camp for Kids event Ted was hosting that day.

The NFAA headquarters was the location for the event and the Eastons have supported this endeavor with the “Easton Sports Development Foundation Center for Archery Excellence”. Bruce Call and his staff run a first class operation. It’s a beautiful facility that easily handled the huge crowd of young people and their parents. I heard somewhere they had around 450 kids at this event. We got there as the closing ceremonies started and Bruce Cull was on stage. I was told we had a few minutes to set up. We were back stage and I quickly began putting together and tuning my Hoyt Formula RX recurve bow and getting my gear unpacked when I heard, “What’s up Aspirinbuster” and looked up to see my pal Theo standing there. He hugged Dick and Carol Mauch and the I went over to greet Ted. When Ted hugs you you can feel the energy and enthusiasm he has for life and those around him. We visited and then he left to go on stage and give the closing remarks. As usual he gave a teditorial talk and hit on major points about being drug free, living the good life, and hunting and freedom. I saw Greg Easton on the podium and a few other dignitaries.

Bruce had a net already in place so all I had to do was add my Hoyt banner and quickly get some balloons blown up, and find out who they were having toss targets for me. A volunteer stepped forward and we quickly reviewed what would go on. I heard Ted tell the audience something about a “mesmerizing” archery exhibition and I grinned. Only Ted Nugent could give an intro like that. Ted was presented with a custom built gun and then it was time for Bruce Cull to give my show intro. Ted had someone film my shooting and it should be on his show sometime down the road. I ignored the camera and went to work.

It was showtime! The audience gathered around my net and as kids held up cell phones to video and take photos of the show I did what I do. It was a great time and after the baby aspirin shot I invited the audience by a table to get an autographed photo. I ended up signing more than a few hundred photos that evening. Greg Easton had to leave early so I did not get to visit with him.

After the show, we said Adios to Bruce Cull and Ted Nugent and headed to the Black Steer for a fine dinner. Dick and Carol are fine supper companions. Then we made the hour long drive back to Ponca for a party at Tom and Bonnie Ferry’s home. That day I’d did set up the show at Ponca and did two shows, packed the gear and drove an hour or so to Yankton, set up again and did another show, and then packed the gear and drove back. By the time we were at the Ferry’s home, I was exhausted but enjoyed seeing everyone and catching part of the Longhorn’s football game on TV. Dick was still going strong! At his age (83) we should all his health and energy! He and Carol admired Tom’s trophy mounts and shared hunting stories with everyone. It was a fine day.

The Ted Nugent Camp for Kids was a huge success and the NFAA headquarters is a great place! If your travels take you near Yankton, please stop by and see the building. Have Bruce or his staff show you around, there are many vintage photos and other items of interest. It’s a great facility and a real showplace. I think that many youngsters were introduced to the lifetime sport of archery that day by the staff, Ted, Greg Easton and myself! By the way, if your travels do take you to Yankton, try dinner at the Black Steer. Nothing beats Midwestern corn fed beef!

Until Next time, Adios and God Bless.

Shoot Straight,

Frank

www.frankaddingtonjr.com

To learn more about the NFAA, visit: http://www.nfaa-archery.org/

For info on all things Nugent, visit: http://www.tednugent.com/

For more info on Easton, visit: http://www.eastonarchery.com/

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Published by Cedar Camo Guy on 07 Oct 2010

CEDAR CAMOUFLAGE

Hey Guys, I just went through a gun show this last weekend in San Antonio and purchased a complete set of Cedar Creek Camo. I was in the woods this morning with it and had a huge cull walked right past me while I was on the ground in between a couple of cedar trees. He had no idea I was even there. You have got to check this stuff out. There is not another camo that is going to be better for the cedar country.

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Published by ltfish on 05 Oct 2010

New Longbow hunter

I have hunted with a compound bow for many years and recently took up the challenge of using a Longbow. After finding the proper arrow, spine and weight, decided to see what my combination was producing in kinetic energy. The combination is very accurate yet only produces 32 lbs of energy at best. I shoot a 57lb Tomahawk @28″. I use 568 grains total arrow weight, with a speed of 158 or so. Is this enough for Whitetail ? Is there a better combination ? I realize shot placement is ” almost everything ” . I guess I was expecting more KE. Any advice would be greatly excepted. Thanks, Tim

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