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Thread: Say what you will, I'm happy...my 2016 iowa hunting season.

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    tagged this could get interesting

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    what I am amazed by is his resistance to cold,,,,,8 January the highs for most (all?) of Iowa were in the low 20s and teens,,,,,,,impressive,,,,,,based on those clothes in that kind of weather you must hunt in skivvies come the Oct bow opener,,,,,,,,
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    Never mind. A little post search has educated me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmoose View Post
    what I am amazed by is his resistance to cold,,,,,8 January the highs for most (all?) of Iowa were in the low 20s and teens,,,,,,,impressive,,,,,,based on those clothes in that kind of weather you must hunt in skivvies come the Oct bow opener,,,,,,,,
    skivvies, that was funny
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    I figured the deer would be a little bit stiff from last light until daylight the next day.
    Some people are like slinkys..... not really good for anything, but bring a smile to your face to push them down the stairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curdog View Post
    I figured the deer would be a little bit stiff from last light until daylight the next day.
    I was about to type the same thing.

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    Here we go again....


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    Quote Originally Posted by curdog View Post
    I figured the deer would be a little bit stiff from last light until daylight the next day.

    To the untrained, a deer will remain rigid upon retrieval. I have read many acupressure and yoga e books on cassette tape and am a certified rigor mortis relaxer(RMr) by ncwrc. It can be done.
    To have what he has never had, a man MUST do things he has never done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beard&bow View Post
    To the untrained, a deer will remain rigid upon retrieval. I have read many acupressure and yoga e books on cassette tape and am a certified rigor mortis relaxer(RMr) by ncwrc. It can be done.

    where is that applause emoji,,,,,good one,,,,,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by beard&bow View Post
    To the untrained, a deer will remain rigid upon retrieval. I have read many acupressure and yoga e books on cassette tape and am a certified rigor mortis relaxer(RMr) by ncwrc. It can be done.
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    I thought you were making it up about deer yoga, but this seems pretty legit
    Some people are like slinkys..... not really good for anything, but bring a smile to your face to push them down the stairs.

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