#2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby M Jazzi » Fri Mar 02, 2018 5:38 am

Yes, please count me in


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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby dan » Fri Mar 02, 2018 5:43 am

M Jazzi wrote:Yes, please count me in

Ok... See you sunday!
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby ptac06 » Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:23 am

Hey Dan, I'm in on the 4th if there's room....didnt receive any info on meeting pt
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby dan » Fri Mar 02, 2018 12:23 pm

ptac06 wrote:Hey Dan, I'm in on the 4th if there's room....didnt receive any info on meeting pt

Sorry if I dropped the ball on that one... I just sent you the info and added you. See you Sunday.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Jeff G » Mon Mar 05, 2018 12:35 am

Getting ready for our hill country workshop #2 today. We had some freezing rain in the area last night. Roads are slippery, drive safe. If you are running late give us a call.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby dan » Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:09 am

Great time had... Thanks everyone for coming. It seemed like we were up there a week. Great guys, and great food! Im going to be eating left over pizza for a week! 8-)
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Jeff G » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:32 am

We had a great time! Nice to meet fellow beasts!
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Bird » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:38 am

Thanks again guys for putting this on. I enjoyed learning the bedding info off the points, and the thermal tunnel information. Great workshop, and great to meet everyone.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Dhurtubise » Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:44 am

Thank you Dan and Jeff for putting on a great workshop yesterday. It was a true pleasure meeting you guys and the rest of the beast attendees. I hope everyone ‘s trip home was safe.

Dan and Jeff, You are total class. I hope we can cross paths again in the future. Thanks for the mentoring.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Buckbreath » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:36 am

Thanks to Jeff and Dan for putting this on! There is a ton of stuff in print and many videos covering a lot of the stuff that was shared but when you see it in person, things really click. These guys are class acts. Nobody's questions were ignored and everybody was treated with equal respect. It was a very good experience. Thanks to all the attendees as well for your camradery and respect and stories. One thing I would have liked to see was some younger hunters.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Droptine » Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:12 pm

Thanks Jeff and Dan for a great experience. Learned so much. Allot of information packed into a day up in those hills. Beautiful property Jeff. Thank you again. Awesome people sharing their knowledge. It's gonna be a great year. Season can't get here soon enough! 8-)
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Hatchetman » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:40 am

Jeff & Dan,

Great guys...
I never once saw any disrespect to anyone in the group when it came to answering the many questions we all had.
Much respect for both of you.

For anyone contemplating one of Dan's workshops, I highly recommend it. Not only will you get to pick Dan and Jeff's brain in great detail, but also most the guys you are walking around with are no slouches either and can also add some great view points to the situation, so your getting even more great information.





A couple guys saw that the old, fat guy was actually keeping with the young bucks. Here's the link to the hiking cleats I was wearing that day, without them I'd still probably laying in one of those deep drainages!
They're pricey, but they really are awesome traction in those hills!


https://www.rei.com/product/875696/hillsound-trail-crampons
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby dan » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:57 am

Hatchetman wrote:Jeff & Dan,

Great guys...
I never once saw any disrespect to anyone in the group when it came to answering the many questions we all had.
Much respect for both of you.

For anyone contemplating one of Dan's workshops, I highly recommend it. Not only will you get to pick Dan and Jeff's brain in great detail, but also most the guys you are walking around with are no slouches either and can also add some great view points to the situation, so your getting even more great information.





A couple guys saw that the old, fat guy was actually keeping with the young bucks. Here's the link to the hiking cleats I was wearing that day, without them I'd still probably laying in one of those deep drainages!
They're pricey, but they really are awesome traction in those hills!


https://www.rei.com/product/875696/hillsound-trail-crampons
Nice... Thanks for posting the link. I was skiing where you were walking.
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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby Rubline » Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:58 pm

Thank You Dan and Jeff for putting on an awesome workshop this past weekend.
I'll be putting the knowledge about bedding on points to work on bucks in future
Wyoming hunts. Thanks Jeff for letting everyone see and use your property for
the class and to Dan for continuing to share your knowledge on bedding and how
deer use structure and terrain. Enjoyed meeting and visiting with the other
hunters, hearing their experiences and sharing tactics as well.

Keep up the Great work and we'll see you again at another workshop.

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Re: #2 Hill country workshop Sunday March 4th

Unread postby John PAhunting » Thu Mar 08, 2018 7:37 am

The workshop will answer anything you don't understand from reading or even the dvds. Thanks to both of you for a great experience.


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