Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


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Messages posted to thread:
AspirinBuster 28-Feb-24
Bugle-up 28-Feb-24
JusPassin 28-Feb-24
YH2268 28-Feb-24
Jimmyjumpup 28-Feb-24
Trying hard 28-Feb-24
AspirinBuster 28-Feb-24
tradslinger 28-Feb-24
Andy Man 28-Feb-24
Silverback 28-Feb-24
Nemophilist 28-Feb-24
RonP 28-Feb-24
Wudstix 28-Feb-24
AspirinBuster 28-Feb-24
Henry McCann 28-Feb-24
RonG 29-Feb-24
Bugle-up 29-Feb-24
RonG 29-Feb-24
AspirinBuster 03-Mar-24
4nolz@work 03-Mar-24
Bugle-up 03-Mar-24
4nolz@work 03-Mar-24
4nolz@work 03-Mar-24
Bugle-up 03-Mar-24
Phil Magistro 03-Mar-24
Codjigger 04-Mar-24
From: AspirinBuster
Date: 28-Feb-24




Years ago I did a post on here that we had a lot of fun with. Since we have many new folks I thought I would start another thread.

So here’s the deal. If you could host a hunt, any where for any game, what would it be? Where would it be and most importantly - who would join you around the campfire? Can be someone that is no longer here, a historical archer or maybe someone that’s still around. A best buddy, father, son or relative.

This promises to be a wonderful thread and I can’t wait to read your answers. A fantasy hunt if you will.

Your turn …

From: Bugle-up
Date: 28-Feb-24




Fly-in moose hunt in Alaska, traditional archery only, with Mark Penninger, Alex New, Jim Akenson, Mike Springer and my son Cody. Of course an honorary member, Fred Bear, will be on everyone's list.

From: JusPassin
Date: 28-Feb-24




A free range Bison hunt, with all my old hunting buddies who've passed on.

From: YH2268 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-24




Ok, I don't want this to be a long story, but when I saw this thread this immediately popped into my head. It would be a Big Horn Sheep Hunt with my brother and Marv Clyncke in the Rocky Mt Wilderness, and I would have Monty Browning come along to do the cooking!!!

From: Jimmyjumpup Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 28-Feb-24




Hunting WV deer at my cabin with my dad. I miss him

From: Trying hard
Date: 28-Feb-24




Well...my oldest brother passed in October of2023...it would be a hunt with he..at one of the hunting places he took me when I was a kid.

From: AspirinBuster
Date: 28-Feb-24




This is what I was expecting. Excellent stories so far.

There is something very bonding about being outdoors bow in hand and sitting along side good people around a campfire.

Frank

From: tradslinger
Date: 28-Feb-24




Originally it would have been a moose hunt but now my walking days are over. So, it would be in a swamp (where I could crutch my way along LOL) and hunting a hog again. My wife and a few friends that would be willing to put up with me. (mainly to help recover and get out the animal if I got one LOL). Good friends sharing a fire, cooking meals and sharing stories is simply hard to beat. For me, a pig hunt is and has always been pretty exciting. And I actually prefer the meat as well. Jerry

From: Andy Man
Date: 28-Feb-24

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wish I could go back in time hunting the old hunting cabin in the George Washingtion National forrest with my Buddy

From: Silverback
Date: 28-Feb-24




If I could I would send my now-deceased friend Jim on a trophy whitetail hunt at a location of his choice. Why? because Jim was the most giving unselfish man I ever met who literally would do anything for anyone even if it meant sacrificing his own needs and wants. It was an honour to know and hunt with him.

From: Nemophilist
Date: 28-Feb-24

Nemophilist's embedded Photo



Bull moose bow hunt, Alaska, Canada, or anywhere in the lower 48 that have a moose season. With my brother who passed away in 2002.

From: RonP
Date: 28-Feb-24




i would like to elk hunt with dwight schuh, mike lapinski, larry jones, and two buddies when we were younger and could handle the tough miles in elk country.

and, i'd have my bird dogs elly, chile, and abe who are waiting for me on the other side. i'd find the time to hunt chukar after the elk hunt.

:)

From: Wudstix Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 28-Feb-24




Hunting the old property in Pike County PA with uncles, Dad and Everett Emerson Orben the man that started it all. Some fine whitetails roamed those woods.

From: AspirinBuster
Date: 28-Feb-24




By the way, if you like hunting dogs, read Corey Fords “The Road to Tinkhamtown.” An amazing dog story.

https://www.fieldandstream.com/story/hunting/fs-classics-road-to-tinkhamtown/

From: Henry McCann
Date: 28-Feb-24




Hunt Africa with my dad who passed 9 years ago. He was never a bow hunter so he could bring the rifle of his choice.

From: RonG
Date: 29-Feb-24




I wouldn't go hunting I would have every Leatherwaller there around a very large campfire with unlimited food and drink.

You couldn't ask for a better time of telling stories and sharing experience.

From: Bugle-up
Date: 29-Feb-24




RonG, pretty sure Frisky would end up in the middle of the gathering garnering the most attention....would be entertaining.

From: RonG
Date: 29-Feb-24




Bugle up, I would make sure we tied Frisky up and hang him away from camp for bear bait.

From: AspirinBuster
Date: 03-Mar-24




Anyone have any word on George Stout ?

Frank

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 03-Mar-24




TTT

From: Bugle-up
Date: 03-Mar-24




RonG...hahaha.

I'm also interested in an update on George.

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 03-Mar-24




We'll check the George Stout thread

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 03-Mar-24




wrong thread

From: Bugle-up
Date: 03-Mar-24




I agree...wrong thread, but I haven't seen any substantial updates on the other.

From: Phil Magistro
Date: 03-Mar-24




Probably won't hear anything on George for a couple of days. His daughter said he would have a biopsy on Monday but she didn't say what for.

If George's daughter doesn't post, as soon as Scott hears something he'll let everyone know.

From: Codjigger
Date: 04-Mar-24




Thank you for that info Phil..like many others here I'm sure..I've been wondering how George is doing. I miss his postings..Codjigger





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