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General Elk Hunting / Re: Free Gear Friday!
« on: August 02, 2019, 01:13:50 PM »
10 day trip in Montana scheduled so far. More if necessary since I live here.
 80% success rate for that unit 90% using elk101 tube and calls 👍🏽
3days extra? Yes please. Any extra days increases odds.

Physical Conditioning / Re: Time to hit those goals - CONTEST!
« on: June 12, 2019, 11:34:08 AM »
Still riding my bike to work on strengthening my knees from the car wreck. A torn PCL is not the easiest thing to rehab. It takes a lot of work strengthening the muscles around it to compensate for what it used to do. But working on it. Drew a great archery tag and researching the area. Getting in shape for scouting as it looks like for that area it will be crucial to backpack in to set up camp and hunt from there. Migraines will still be something to work around. All anyone can do is set goals and do our best to work towards them. Keep on truckin elk nation.

Physical Conditioning / Re: Time to hit those goals - CONTEST!
« on: April 08, 2019, 03:10:04 PM »
April update. Got a bike and am working on getting rides in for conditioning my knees. Proving tough with a torn pcl. Migraines are there but maybe the heart pounding in my head will get me used to it so when it happens because a bull comes into shooting range Ill be used to it. Lol. Only a couple weeks until I find out if I drew my limited draw archery tag. Heres hoping. Still waiting on snow to melt on the bow course so just shooting around the house for now. Keep on working toward those goals. Season will be here before we know it !

Physical Conditioning / Re: Time to hit those goals - CONTEST!
« on: March 22, 2019, 10:04:35 AM »
I was in a bad car accident 2.5 years ago and still have problems with my knees back neck and issues with migraines. Ive been unable to hunt like I used to or like I would want to. I put in for a special draw archery elk tag this year and with my points its a pretty guaranteed draw. The best way to hunt that unit will be backpack hunt in 5-8 miles. So conditioning for that and losing a little weight. My goal is mainly conditioning and getting past the pain or at least to where its tolerable. The plan- I have a outdoor shooting range 5 miles from my house. I plan on riding my bike to the base of the mountain 3.5-4 miles. Then hike the trail the 1-1.5 miles up to shoot the course, hike down and ride home. Where Im at so far- looking for a bike and waiting for snow to melt. So for now post holing on walks trying to strengthen knees.

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