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Old 01-29-2016, 11:41 PM   #21
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You guys need some woods-poopin coaching.
Watch out that lean cuisine will bite ya. Bigbulls did it by my truck one morning morning last year and well completely regret putting my treestand back in my truck on that side..... Pay back will come..... I love how this thread became about crap lol
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Watch out that lean cuisine will bite ya. Bigbulls did it by my truck one morning morning last year and well completely regret putting my treestand back in my truck on that side..... Pay back will come..... I love how this thread became about crap lol
It's not my fault you wandered over to my side of the truck.
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Yea so I was on my way to a spot that John had given me a heads up on and last nights buffalo wings and the mornings sausage biscuits had my stomach turning. I was about a mile away from where I was to park and walk in. I tried to brush it off but it was turning bad. Luckily enough I had a Whataburger bag with a couple of napkins in it, ran into the woods after parking on the side of the road, found a spot that I thought was deep enough to not draw attention. Found a nice tree, dropped trowel put my lower back to the tree and let business go. Taking a moment to make sure this wouldn't happen again once I got in the stand, I reached for the Whataburger bag that I had brought in with me. Under the couple of napkins I had but needed more. Ended up ripping the bag into quarters used one by one. As this is happening I heard a deep rumbling in the distance and sounded like it's getting closer fast. I had pulled off to the side of the rode close to the stop sign, ended up being too close as I soon found out when the rumbling I heard ended up being about 8 cruisers out for a ride on their motorcycles. Stopped and the sign and the last two had a plan as day view through the trees an my fat white ass being wiped! Yea... All I could do is wave and laugh with them! Btw, thanks John.
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Here's mine. Up a tree in BW and settled in for the afternoon hunt. After an hour of "shifting" I was faced with a decision. Do I climb down and poop or...do I use what I had in my pack, which happened to be a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Since it was about 4 PM, I decided the best thing to do was use the Zip-Loc. I stood up, faced the tree, dropped my drawers and popped a squat...and tried to hit the hole without getting anything on my hands or on my stand. Success. I how had this steaming pile of crap that i could now zip closed and be good to go. I set the bag on my seat and began the paperwork when I looked up and had 7 deer headed straight towards me. GREAT. Best of all, they decided they were tired and wanted to rest. They came right under my stand and chose to lay down. Really????? Here I am, pants around my ankles, a sack of steaming poop on my seat, and needing to do some paperwork with deer are all under me. Not sure how I managed but over the next 5-10 minutes I was able to get everything situated without them ever knowing I was there. They were all does, otherwise I would have mounted that joker no matter how big he was. Food for thought...always carry a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Not only can you conceal your poop smell if you are in a tree, but it serves nicely as a hand warmer during cold days. If you can keep from throwing up.
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Here's mine. Up a tree in BW and settled in for the afternoon hunt. After an hour of "shifting" I was faced with a decision. Do I climb down and poop or...do I use what I had in my pack, which happened to be a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Since it was about 4 PM, I decided the best thing to do was use the Zip-Loc. I stood up, faced the tree, dropped my drawers and popped a squat...and tried to hit the hole without getting anything on my hands or on my stand. Success. I how had this steaming pile of, well, crap that i could now zip closed and be good to go. I sat the bag on my seat and began the paperwork when I looked and had 7 deer headed straight towards me. GREAT. Best of all, they decided they wanted to rest. They came right under my stand and chose to lay down. Really????? Here I am, pants around my ankles, a sack of steaming poop on my seat, and needing to do some paperwork, and deer are all under me. Not sure how I managed but over the next 5-10 minutes I was able to get everything situated without them ever knowing I was there. They were all does, otherwise I would have mounted that joker no matter how big he was. Food for thought...always carry a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Not only can you conceal your poop smell if you are in a tree, but it serves nicely as a hand warmer during cold days. If you can keep from throwing up.

Lmao!! Damn hand warmer!!
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Launched my boat at Archie glover and my first stop was the beginning of the canal in sight of the landing. Specks were biting but I had to poo. Too far to the filthy onsite bathroom, it's hot and I'm sweaty. I roll off into the water, hold on to the side and slip down my shorts. Refreshing! Bout that time I look up and two guys on jet skis round the corner and head my way. I was in mid grunt and they were flying. I hoped they would go by but turned out they were a couple of search and rescue trainees. They spot me and decided I need saving! I tried to wave then off but I think they misinterpreted my wave off as a plea for help. They just idled around me asking did I need any assistance. Floaters are bobbin' everywhere. They really want to make sure I can get back in the boat but I got my shorts around my ankles and am beginning to fight losing them. I think they figured it out and moved on
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Here's mine. Up a tree in BW and settled in for the afternoon hunt. After an hour of "shifting" I was faced with a decision. Do I climb down and poop or...do I use what I had in my pack, which happened to be a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Since it was about 4 PM, I decided the best thing to do was use the Zip-Loc. I stood up, faced the tree, dropped my drawers and popped a squat...and tried to hit the hole without getting anything on my hands or on my stand. Success. I how had this steaming pile of crap that i could now zip closed and be good to go. I set the bag on my seat and began the paperwork when I looked up and had 7 deer headed straight towards me. GREAT. Best of all, they decided they were tired and wanted to rest. They came right under my stand and chose to lay down. Really????? Here I am, pants around my ankles, a sack of steaming poop on my seat, and needing to do some paperwork with deer are all under me. Not sure how I managed but over the next 5-10 minutes I was able to get everything situated without them ever knowing I was there. They were all does, otherwise I would have mounted that joker no matter how big he was. Food for thought...always carry a gallon sized Zip-Loc. Not only can you conceal your poop smell if you are in a tree, but it serves nicely as a hand warmer during cold days. If you can keep from throwing up.

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Tryin, you should write a Biography of your life lessons, I would buy one for each bathroom. You my friend have some stories!
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Years ago in a light drizzling rain, I was 30 ft up a tree and had not seen a deer yet, so I decided to take my tinks out and put a few scent bombs on the limbs around me. Whilst I'm applying tinks to some tissue paper, I hear some deer crashing towards me and I hurriedly put the urine back in my front pocket. Sadly, never saw the deer and even more sadly I didn't screw the cap on tight. Had to drive home commando because it stunk so bad! And I have a weak stomach so was dry heaving out the window! Today I never leave home without ziplock bags hunting! I think all doe pee should come with ziplock bags!
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