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What do you guys do during the off season to feed your outdoor enthusiasm?

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  • Big C
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    Practice shooting and read about hunting/fishing.

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  • hunterkid94
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    yea theres no offseason for me either!

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  • PotterMan96
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    I go and shoot birds with my .22 or just target practice.

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  • DakotaMan
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    Test loads on new rifles and shoot targets across the 100, 200,300 and 600 yard range.

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  • muskiemaster
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    no such thing as an off season, I play sports if that counts but otherwise; hunting, fishing, trapping, reading about the latter, talking about the usual and practicing to get better.

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  • boomer1
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    play hunting and fishing video ganes

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  • Golfing Sportsman
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    What can I say, spring and summer I golf, it's exercise, I get to be outside, and hey I think it's fun.

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  • Del in KS
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    All of the above plus my daughter and I go to 3D archery shoots. There's a website called 3D SHOOTS.COM. Go there, they list every shoot in the country. Just click on "find shoots"and you can locate shoots close to home. It's like golf with a bow and very good practice for hunting season.

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  • buckhunter
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    If I'm not hunting or fishing I'm preparing to do so.

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  • Fisher Boy
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    i keen in own my archery skills by taking care of yard pests, fish, and go to school. o, and i talk to you guys

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  • jamesti
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    shooting, fishing, flytying. just getting in the drawing and scouting can take you most of the offseason.

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  • platte river rat
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    do lots of bird pics. Durning the spring and fall sand hill mirgation I have them setting in my back 40. also lots of greese ducks etc fly through there. In the summer months the platte is full of all kinds of birds and other wildlife. In a couple of weeks I'll be planting some food plots, mostly milo indian corn, and different kinds of clover for the deer. Then I spend a lot of toime on my rifle range. Also have two large sand pits full of bass, catfish, croppie and carp. Its always fun time around here. my whole family shares in on the chores and gets to hunt, fish or shoot whatever is in season. Like the signs say---NE is the good life!!!!---

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  • firebriar
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    there is always something to do outdoors hunt, fish trap scout. deer, rabbit, squirrel, pheasant, in the fall along with running a trapline keeps me busy from sept through feb then i fish turkey season runs april thru may and i fish more and then there are food plots to take care of and always go to 3d shoots with my bow practice all summer long always does you some good plus in ohio hogs woodchucks and coyotes are open year round

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  • hjohn429
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    Like Taylor said, there is nooff-season. I usually shoot my different guns and my bow or go on hikeing or boating trips.

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  • willkillsdeer
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    scout my trapline fish target shoot and WOODCHUCKS!

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