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    New Years Resolution?

    Are you making a New Years Resolution? What is it? Did you have one last year???
    Last edited by Kevin Root; 12-28-2011 at 08:32 PM.

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    My resolution is the same as every year:

    To spend more time and money hunting more often and harder.

    So far so good.

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    This years goals or New Years Resolution as far as hunting goes is the same as last year for me. (1) To keep and get in better shape than the previous year. (2) To continue to learn more and to push myself out of my comfort zone to hunt and scout some new places.

    I wanted to say thanks to Eastmans' and everyone here on this forum. I'm finding a lot of awesome information here and it is so encouraging to see so many folks helping and encouraging each other. Thank you everyone here on the forum! I hope all of you will achieve your goals in this coming year!

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    My first goal is to not gain back any of the weight I lost from last years goal
    My second goal is to hunt out of state this year. More than likely it will be an elk tag in Montana.
    My third goal is to better myself as a hunter and practice more patience and less triggerhappyness.
    I'm sure I will come up with more...

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    I want to loose some more weight. The wife and I are starting a program with workouts at home and new eating habits. Treadmill, stair stepper and exercise bike will help with the process. I also want to bring my business up to the next level in turn will allow me to do more hunting through out the year.

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    Id consider myself in good shape as is but, I want to take it to another level in becoming a serious back country bowhunter. Through this I hope to take my first elk and a 150 class muley all with bow.

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    Mine are about the same as everyone else's. Stay in shape, I workout almost everyday now and plan to keep sweating. Lose some more weight. I've lost 45# and am down to my college football playing weight. Want to lose another 20 or so...get down to around 210. Harder to do every year...I'm 70 now and working to stay up with my 45 year old son. Last is not a resolution, but a wish....Draw my Colorado Desert Sheep tag!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Mine are about the same as everyone else's. Stay in shape, I workout almost everyday now and plan to keep sweating. Lose some more weight. I've lost 45# and am down to my college football playing weight. Want to lose another 20 or so...get down to around 210. Harder to do every year...I'm 70 now and working to stay up with my 45 year old son. Last is not a resolution, but a wish....Draw my Colorado Desert Sheep tag!!!

    Shoot straight.
    CC,

    You are an inspiration, Buddy.
    I think I will use my wish on you getting that sheep tag as well.

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    Get in better shape(although round is a shape!) Hunt deeper and harder, even if it means leaving my hunting partners behind. (lately they are not in very good shape and have limited how far in we can go) And most of all, I have a son that will be able to hunt this year. So every moment he has open to hunt, get him out and harvest his first animal.
    Shoot STR8

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    1. Run a 15k. Last year I ran my first 5k,
    2. Complete a 45 mile bike ride in the live-strong event in Philly
    3. Shoot my first antelope
    4. Be a better husband, father, and all the good jazz

 

 

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