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  1. Nov 21, 2019 #1

    Dogfood

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    Hi all,
    I got my first inline about five years ago when California banned lead ammo for hunting. Thankfully, i shortly thereafter moved to a RI but never got much use out of it because, as it turns out being self taught I am terrible at deer hunting. I'm relocating OH for work and that state seems to be a lot more libertarian in what it allows for taking game, basically it seems "use your best judgement". I'm also downsizing because of the move and really want to find a way to legitimize keeping my first muzzleloader and get more into inlines. I really like the looks of T/C Pro-Hunter FX, and their Strike.
    Anyway, thats a brief synopsis of me and modern muzzleoading. See you all around on the board.
    Cheers,
    dgfd
     
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  2. Nov 21, 2019 #2

    michiganmuzzy

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    Welcome dogfood, from Michigan. You'll love it around here
     
  3. Nov 21, 2019 #3

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    :welcome:To the group. From cal. To Ohio will be quite a change. Good luck in your endeavors.
     
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    Welcome aboard! Ask any questions you want so by the time next season rolls around you’ll be ready on confident.
     
  5. Nov 21, 2019 #5

    Dogfood

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    Thanks all! I appreciate the well wishes.
     
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    You ought to be very happy you left Californacation most of the states are run by damn liberals who haven't a clue about life
     
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    Oh I certainly am, RI has been better but I'm really looking forward to be back in the midwest (my family is from Indiana).
     
  8. Nov 23, 2019 #8

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    :welcome: I'm a misplace Buckeye myself. Will be heading back for deer season next weekend!:D:D:D What part of the state ya headed to?
     
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    Down Dayton way at WPAFB. Looks like a nice piece of the country!
     
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  10. Nov 23, 2019 #10

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    It is. Have family over that way. Lots of big Corn and Soybean farms over there. They get some Real big Deer off those farms. I have never hunted over there but I know some of the farms can be hard to get onto. Leasing Hunting rights is getting to be a big thing in Ohio now, guess that's they way it goes.
     
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    NW Ohio expat myself. Farms I hunted on until I finished high school & shipped out for Uncle Sam have all leased out; can't get near the spots I loved as a kid with my schoolmates & their dads. Tried public land while on leave a few times, checked onto a dozen or more different plots of public land and they all looked like pumpkin patches on opening weekends. Sincerely hope you fare better than my experiences!
     
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