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  1. #21
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    obsessed, passionate and persistent.

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    i get the shakes when i think about it; i feel complete euphoria while i'm doing it; i can't sleep at night thinking about it; i have a cow when i can't do it; i can't be around others doing it if i can't; i have spent all of my money on it; i view forums as a 'support group'; i couldn't give it up if i wanted to; friends and family members are concerned that i have a problem; i know that one day it will probably kill me; and i wouldn't trade any of it for the world. no sir, this is way past the point of obsession. i am an addicted hunter.

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    I'm a trophy hunter. I'm obsessed with finding the biggest animal I can.

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    I'm a fairly new hunter, and i didn't grow up hunting like many of you. I discovered this stuff later in life. That said, I love many things about hunting... it takes skill & dedication, you have to be in shape to hunt in the back country, you have to be smart, self-reliant and solve problems in the field, etc. But most of all, I love how that predator instinct comes out during a stalk. It's primal and it's so... human. For a city boy who sits in front of a computer most of the day, it' just what I need.

    ... anyway... I'd describe my hunting style or persona as "predator instinct obsessed".

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    Fanatical, Driven, Passionate, and Obsessed in the most Respectful and Humble of ways.

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    Definitely driven!!!

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    Optimistic. Everytime I step foot in the woods, I feel like I am going to see or harvest the biggest animal there is. And I just keep waiting for him to step from behind that next tree.

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    I don't think I would say I am obsessed with hunting, but the more I hunt the more it runs in my blood. I don't have the time to be obsessed with it having 2 small kids. I love the thrill of the hunt. The memories and the stories from hunting are worth almost as much as the animal itself.

    I guess I am an excited hunter. I just get excited with the thought of being able to go out and hunt! Maybe an adrenaline junkie?

  9. #29
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    Tattooed on the back of my arms is Confidance and determination one word on each arm in Japanese. I got the tatts with hunting in my mine so I would say besides a trophy only hunter I would be a confident and determined hunter.

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    Thankful and blessed with the opportunity

 

 

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