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    Default Keyhole blinds, Rowdy vs. Shadow

    Rowdy
    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...9d51e.mp4.html
    Shadow
    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...ed535.mp4.html

    You have to stay on your toes to stay in front of Shadow.

    On the way out to run dogs. It's going to be a hot one.
    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...82fba.mp4.html
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    Wayne ,Why did you send from your left side on the first mark and then use your right on the following two..? Steve S
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    Steve, I guess you are talking about the tight lines video? I was using my body to direct his attention to the far left mark even though it was launched to my right.
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    Shadow lives up to his name, all you see with him is a blur....boy covers some country.
    Nice video, what was the distance on this blind?
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    Distance is 135 yds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Nutt View Post
    Steve, I guess you are talking about the tight lines video? I was using my body to direct his attention to the far left mark even though it was launched to my right.
    Thanks , just wondering your logic for doing it....Steve S
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    Hi Wayne, Rowdy looks very nice! Also nice to see Shadow in action, your doing a superior job with him as well!!!

    Thanks for posting your vids! Stay cool down there!

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