No it is not good. You're inflicted with a sickness for which the only cure is to get out and hunt. It is a medical fact and I am afraid you don't have four days to wait. You need to get out now and kill something. Nature is calling and you must obey - resistance is futile!!!!
I am going out tomorrow and I am really looking forward to it. As with any hunt, I am hopeful that I'll get the big one tomorrow.
How would it be where you can sit and watch hunting shows and compeate in a contest while at work?
Now for me when I was working I usually saw a few deer and elk every day and if I didn't it was my own fault. Then there were the bears that were raiding the garbage cans in a resort area that I worked. Then comes winter and you could watch the elk every day in their winter ground both the cows and bulls were fun to watch. Now that I am retired all I need to do is to go for a 30 minute drive to do the same thing.
I was thinking the same thing that he can be competetive in the contest while viewing hunting shows on his computer. Must have two or three monitors and the ability to multi-task, plus an understanding boss or maybe he is the boss?
"that would be nice seeing elk and deer at work, im stuck watching a bunch of illeagls attack the roach coach when it pulls onto the job sight, thats the highlight of my day."
That is hilarious and I know exactly what you are talking about. When I used to move furniture I would see this amazing spectacle every morning ha.
Ca_V -- No it is not good that you are watching those at work. Aren't you supposed to be securing the border so that the poor guy in the roach coach doesn't get bombarded as bad haha. I am just kidding. I agree, you have to take breaks every now and then and just think about your passion or you aren't going to be nearly as productive of a worker.
Hey now, play nice. I have been sent on a 2 year detail to a place that is an office job. Not everyone is right there on the line. I did my 12+ years on the line, and am now guiding others in that area.......
As for the roach coach, send me the location. I'll see what I can do....
Perhaps we need to get the moderators to set up a new set of rules for the next contest if we have one. No posting from work or the deer stands, or while you are in any school. Along with you can only post if you are off work and sitting at your home computer and set a time frame. :lol:
Try to put your tree stand in a tree with plenty of background cover, keep the prevailing winds for that time of the year to your face, and take care of those pesky squeaks and creaks your stand may have developed while sitting in the shed. A good treestand lube can be made by heating petroleum jelly until it reaches a liquid form. Some hunters have reported success by including a cover scent in this mixture before applying it to their stands.