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    Hide and seek

    In these pics there is an arrow. Who can find it first?
    I have been looking for 2 days now with no luck
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    It can't be as hard as finding a new comet or planet, can it? Some of those guys compare a "Before" photo of a section of night sky to a series of "After" photos and just pick out what's different.

    So, all you need is a set of "Before" photos and you can.... Oh. Never mind.

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    one method to help find the lost arrow chuck is to have someone stand behind a tree off to the side of where you think it went and you do all you can to duplicate the shot that went array. its surprising how often they are right in the same resting place..
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    Yeah but that's you. If it were me shooting, two shots never go in the same place (kind of like lightning)!!!! So if I were shooting the bow, you better hope it is a BIG tree!!!
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    The boy come dragging it in this afternoon. Him's a good yellow dog He found it in the grass in front of the target area. Looks like it was run over while I was out there with the truck setting up the new back stop. Apparently I picked up the one that went long and left the one that fell short. I'm gonna see what it feels like when it drys out. But I'm guessing it is junk. Oh well now I have a set of 5
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    Lesson#1, a six part lesson for finding lost arrows.

    First: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Second: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Third: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Fourth: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Fifth: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Sixth: Shoot arrows in a civilized location. You know, where there are smooth walls, smooth floor, and a target.

    Enjoy,

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    Jim your taking all the fun out of hide and seek
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    My friend Cody has a better game of hide and seek with arrows. He planted one on the target last week than spent all the rest of that day and the next looking for the target. On the first day he did find his arrow well the broken off part anyways. I have not heard if he ever found the target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    In these pics there is an arrow. Who can find it first?
    I have been looking for 2 days now with no luck
    I shot an arrow into the air... where it landed no one knows.
    (don't think this was Shakespeare...probably some other archer )



    Maybe you should use red fletching... shows up better in the green....
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