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    Welcome to the forum!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Welcome. Always glad to see another female hunter here
    I sure hope for your sake Katie is a girl.
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    Welcome Katie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    I sure hope for your sake Katie is a girl.
    I hope Katie doesnt think IKIC is a girl. HAHA! Welcome to the forum!!
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    Congrats on picking up the most addictive sport there is!! and Welcome to the forum!!
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    Welcome to the forum. Bowhunting is tough but it is awesome being so close to an animal that has no clue you are there
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    Welcome to the forum!
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    Yes, female hunters are the best! Welcome!

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    Welcome Katie.
    Great information on this site.
    Do you have a mentor or someone you know who hunts?
    Get into a local archery club and start doing some tournaments or get into the local archery league. Most people are really helpful and friendly in the local club shoots.

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    Welcome Katie! Great forum!


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