Originally Posted by ken snyder
Are there any forums on these subjects. Things are a lot different for some of us, the good old days are still here, but quite a bit different. I would like to hear how others are successfuly batteling these rodents. I got to help out one fellow who had no fingers, by makeing an extra large trigger guard. I am haveing a good time. In the mornings I do a fair amount of brush busting with light weight rifles. By afternoon I continue hunting by setting up on a landing and use a very heavy bench flopper. what do you guys do or use, How is your equipment and stategy different
maybe there should be a forum ken.
age is something none of us can avoid. im over 75 which means im closer to 100 than 50.
physical condition can vary greatly among older hunters. mindset is the important thing in my opinion.
dont make pains in the ass of ourselves by constantly complaing about old age and the associated problems.
find ways to make younger guys want to be with you. thats the most important thing in my opinion.
that usually means dont be a user. let them shoot while you call shots.
being there is whats important anyway.
that buggy is a great piece of equiptment and obviously works well in that terrain.
but ill keep my 06 rubicon for getting me around the n. c. pa. hills.