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Thread: Is it ok to be excited about the roar in Feb

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    Is it ok to be excited about the roar in Feb

    Is it OK to be excited about the roar in Feb? Can't wait to get stuck into those Raukumara reds!

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    Yes, I'm excited about next years duck shooting right after the season finishes so I guess its ok to be excited for the roar a few months earlier.
    VIVA LA HOWA

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    I let out a few roars the other day, so no, I don't think its too early to be excited

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    Not at all Pointer. I am well advanced in my planning seeing as how I have missed the last two years. Going deep this year.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Yes yes it is!

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    ROAR!
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    Bloody oath it is! I seem to count down the 300 or so days between each roar..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointer View Post
    Is it OK to be excited about the roar in Feb? Can't wait to get stuck into those Raukumara reds!
    Yes - yes it is!!
    Starting to get the stirrings myself , looking forward to the close in bush stags giving me my yearly adrenalin hit - URGHH!! BRING IT ON LIKE DONKEY KONG

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    dont be excited, it creates buck fever. dont think about it until you are staring down that barrel at a trophy head. dont tell people where your heading to, just say yip im going out!!

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    Febuary Are you chaseing the ghost deer of horny vally or did you make a typo...FEB?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6MMBR View Post
    Febuary Are you chaseing the ghost deer of horny vally or did you make a typo...FEB?????
    I think he means that it's only 5 to 6 weeks away....... before we go primal!!
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    Yeah Herne, I meant being excited in Feb. Not all of us got that

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