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Ryder dell - April 15, 2019

Nice job 👍

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Donny Risch - April 15, 2019

Great Video!

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The Element - April 15, 2019

Great video fellas! Jared, have you seen that the deer browse less on the bush honeysuckle as compared to the native coral honeysuckle? How are you going about controlling a massive amount of bush honeysuckle?

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Cameron Anderson - April 15, 2019

Just recently started watching a few days ago, been busy watching hunts from last season! Love the videos!

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The Hunter - April 15, 2019

I heard the Hoyt Ultra is the same as the fuse ultra. Is that true? I heard the Hoyt has a different mount that is built for the Hoyt riser.

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Houston Groeneveld - April 15, 2019

Awesome video guys!

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Mink mink - April 15, 2019

I have a Mathews traix and match grade fmj and spot hog 5 pin a whistling killer

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Bow Hunter - April 15, 2019

Will a fmj bend?

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josh iung - April 15, 2019

I have a farm that has been taken over by Bush Honeysuckle as well.
Due to location prescribed fire is not a viable option for control. I think I'll try tore down. Excited to see what methods you use.

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Josh B - April 15, 2019

Would love to see a similar video specific to recurve and longbow set-up.

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Paul Shumate - April 15, 2019

Awesome video with some great info on a good bow set-up and I love the information on how you guys improve your hunting properties!! Great job!

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Rtarded Redneck357 - April 15, 2019

I love Bill Winke! I would love to know about your prayer/study routine!

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windell penton - April 17, 2019

Bill,
Still waiting on them Leicas !! 😂

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John Moore - April 18, 2019

You are so right about clipping release on string I struggle mightley with this

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Matthew Ohs - April 19, 2019

Thanks for the TSI info! I finally have some free time this weekend to dedicate to TSI in 6 acres of cedars, I'm looking forward to actually starting the improvement process!

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B Edwards - June 4, 2019

Good stuff , thanks again!

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chestoa buckslayer - June 22, 2019

Excellent information Bill. I also have been bow hunting for many years. In my opinion your equipment choices and the proper uses of the equipment are spot on. Your goal was to make it dummy proof and as simple as possible with less room for equipment malfunctions and I think you have succeeded in that task. But, There is only one piece of equipment that could be less complex and even simpler and maybe even more reliable. Your rest is a drop away which is also what I shoot. Why have you chosen the drop away and not a more stationary and seemingly more reliable rest such as a whisker biscuit? I am interested to see if your trade offs were the same as mine. Thanks Bill for your time.

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WHITETAIL REALITY outdoors - August 10, 2019

Even without the slider with fixed pins you still have to range the deer if it takes 5-7 steps if you have 20,30.40 set pins.

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