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A question posed yesterday has me wondering; What do you personally consider an average deer hunter? What criterion do you use

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  • A question posed yesterday has me wondering; What do you personally consider an average deer hunter? What criterion do you use

    A question posed yesterday has me wondering; What do you personally consider an average deer hunter? What criterion do you use for your classification? What type of hunter do you consider yourself?

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    I think the average hunter hunts the weekends and may take a week off a year to deer hunt. The average guy may spend more on gear than he can afford. I think the average hunter may only get a deer 2 out of 3 years.

    I classify myself as an addict. I spend over a 100 days every year in the stand. I spend a ton of money on gear and shoot mutilple deer in multiple states. I'm sick, sick, sick.

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    • #3
      I agree with buckhunter! I would love to be out in the woods or on the lake more then I am, but I get out more then the average man.

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      • #4
        I consider myself average and will agree with Buckhunter. I'm pretty good meaning I can keep fish and game in the freezer year round but I may have a dry spell either by missing a good shot or just not seeing anything. I take it in stride because everyday in the field is a Blessing and something to be cherished and remembered. There are way to few of them in the future I'm afraid.

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        • #5
          I would consider myself a generalist, I know enough to hunt everything reasonably well, but I am by no means an expert in any type of hunting or game. For example i could shoot a few ducks in the morning, drop a rooster at noon and arrow a doe in the evening, but never limit out or shoot a trophy.

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          • #6
            I'm pretty average. If anything maybe a bit luckier than the gents i hunt with, but by no means a better hunter. I do know enough to put venison or turkey in the fridge, and do ok with the fish as well.

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            • #7
              Agreed with buckhunter answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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