Treestand Buddy
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Contributors to this thread:
DL 07-Nov-18
stick n string 07-Nov-18
Scrappy 07-Nov-18
Copperhead 07-Nov-18
Rut Nut 07-Nov-18
drycreek 07-Nov-18
Woods Walker 07-Nov-18
BigOk 07-Nov-18
milnrick 07-Nov-18
From: DL
07-Nov-18

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How’d you like to see this coming up the tree you are in?

07-Nov-18
Yikes. I dont do snakes. I’ll kill a rubber snake wuick as i’ll kill anything....i’d empty my quiver and if that dint work, i’d come outta that tree a helluva lot quicker than i got into it...

From: Scrappy
07-Nov-18
That sucker would own my stand and all the accessories to include my bow cause I would be gone.

From: Copperhead
07-Nov-18
I ALREADY JUMPED, STANDS YOURS MR. SNAKE.

From: Rut Nut
07-Nov-18
Well, I’ll be crossing Texas off my list of possible states to hunt in the future! ;-)

From: drycreek
07-Nov-18
I was bowhunting hogs and javelinas in STexas years ago and killed a rattler that was 6' long with my handy dandy S&W .22 Mag snubbie that I carried in my pocket. Damn, he was big ! I spent most of the rest of the weekend looking at the ground. My son and his buddy killed two more almost that big.

From: Woods Walker
07-Nov-18
Well it's TEXAS, what did you expect? Everything there either stings, stinks, bites or scratches! ;-)

From: BigOk
07-Nov-18
Nope, I would be walking on air.

From: milnrick
07-Nov-18
I've had a coral snake on a limb above my tripod at Camp Bullis years ago. It had my full attention for about 20 minutes.

Later that season, my wife found a shed skin from a king snake in across the seat of a ladder stand.

That's what makes hunting in TX fun.

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