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Offline Pulleye16

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When you drop your first Robin Hood but the excitement is short lived when you realize itís your #1 and #2 arrow (I mark my arrows from 1-5 on how well they shot).

Online mike89

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still darn cool!!!    :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Online Jerkbiat

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I hear ya Pulley. It feels great then you realize you need to go buy more arrows. I did that last summer.
« Last Edit: July 07/05/22, 07:57:55 AM by Jerkbiat »
Hey look your bobber is up!

Online Steve-o

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... when you realize itís your #1 and #2 arrow.

I guess that 'splains why you got da Robin Hood wit' doze 2 arrows.  :doah:

I always told myself I don't have to worry about 5 spot targets because I never get Robin Hoods.  :pouty: 

Offline birdswacker

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I got a ďRobin HoodĒ last summer
I was shocked after all the arrows Iíve shot over the last 20+ years. Lots of knocks and fletching tho.