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Offline BrianS

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Primitive camp and a selfbow deer hunt
« on: October 27, 2020, 12:08:17 pm »
Hi Everyone,
Here is a link to a video from a recent camp and hunt.
Take care,
brian
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8K489VwwUA


Offline Pappy

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Re: Primitive camp and a selfbow deer hunt
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2020, 06:00:27 am »
Enjoyed as usual, love the outfit and looks like you art good. :)
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Offline Outbackbob48

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Re: Primitive camp and a selfbow deer hunt
« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2020, 08:08:07 am »
Brian , great looking camp, and good video. Your camp set up is alot like my own. 12 x12 pyramid tent with stove, and pegs on center pole to hang everything. Will be going to my primitive 5 day camp right after I vote. Bob :-T

Offline BrianS

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Re: Primitive camp and a selfbow deer hunt
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2020, 08:56:20 am »
Bob,
I like the tent. Easy to setup by myself. I have a wall tent and a wedge tent also, that are real nice once they are up but are hard to setup by just one guy (especially a short old guy like me!). I have two stoves that can be used. Both have plusses and minuses. The little stove is fine if temps are in the mid 30s to 40s but it needs to be stoked several times throughout the night. The big stove is great when it is really cold but will drive you out of the tent unless you keep the fire real small or the door flap open.  Nice watching and listening to fire in the stove while laying there. The only thing I do not like about canvas tents is if they are wet when you takedown camp you need to set them back up when you get home to dry out before you pack them away.
GOOD LUCK on your hunt!
brian