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    i used to work in an office setting and one of the employees was using a browning coffee mug to start conversations with like minded people without drawing too much attention
    we ended up hunting deer together last season

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    I find one on this forum we went hunting together for couple years .
    He had a habit smoking a big expensive cigar after a successful hunt...
    And liked to sleep till 8 00 clock .
    I think it is always worth to try new hunting partner newer know partnership will last ,
    lot of hunting group members get old and complained not having younger members
    but they newer give an chance ... opportunity to any body ...

    Good to have a loose hunting group - circe that way will not be a problem
    to assemble people - hunter for different hunting trip , during the hunting season .




    Quote Originally Posted by skulls&bones View Post
    Aside from posting on this forum. How did you meet your best hunting buddies?
    Last edited by alfoldivandor; April 16th, 2020 at 04:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mardig88 View Post
    i used to work in an office setting and one of the employees was using a browning coffee mug to start conversations with like minded people without drawing too much attention
    we ended up hunting deer together last season
    like using secret hand signals. Non hunters had no idea..
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Just post a photo of yourself with a bunch of duck, etc and say you will invite them to your honey hole!
    Once this Covid-19 stuff is done, message me if you want to go out for ducks, etc

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    I met them right here. One had a new Argo and I had a moose tag. A week in the bush for two strangers can go either way but we hit it off great. My other hunting buddy I also met here. He's more local to me and we Hunt more.

    Finding the right hunting partners is always a challenge. Like any relationship you have to be a good fit.

    I like hunting with people but I am also very comfortable hunting alone.

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    I married my best hunting partner, my second best sleeps between us..

    One I found out about on here, the other was more complicated....and expensive...
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwalker View Post
    I married my best hunting partner, my second best sleeps between us..

    One I found out about on here, the other was more complicated....and expensive...
    LMAO

    I moved a lot and can't hunt with the same people I once hunted and frankly most of them don't hunt anymore.
    "The dog is Small Munsterlander, the gun is Beretta."
    "You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed" A. Saint-Exupery.

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