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  • #31
    Originally posted by Brian Armstrong View Post
    Ive found that here in Southeast Oklahoma, besides disease carrying mosquitoes, that the bottoms are infested with Cotton Mouths, Copper Heads, and [email protected]#$ poachers. I find more trespasser sign than I do turkey sign.
    Hmmm, Pathfinder that may have been a case to apply the three "S" rule on that bear.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by huntfishtrap View Post
      Tree stands 18 or 20 feet off the ground. That may seem odd to some of you who have to think about bears, cougars, etc., but tree-stand accidents are the leading cause of injury and death when hunting here in Iowa. Other than that, probably idiotic deer and turkey hunters taking irresponsible shots, as 4everAutumn said.
      HFT, I agree - treestands may be the biggest danger besides the actual automobile drive to/from hunting.

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