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#3114471 - 01/08/13 10:40 AM All Day Hunting Question
jlmustain
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I know this isn't necessarily dinner table conversation, but when you think about what we do when we field dress, I don't know what's over the line for us! Ha!

What do you y'all do when you have to go to the bathroom on an all day sit? I'm not talking about taking a leak, either. That one's easy. My "morning constitution" comes like clockwork, especially with coffee and a little Copenhagen (two pretty valuable tools in a blind or on a tree stand). I know they're used to seeing that stuff on the ground in the woods, but I don't know that they're quite used to the smells and sight of a human born, sweaty monkey arm lying on the ground between a few pinecones.
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#3114498 - 01/08/13 10:51 AM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
catman529
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I've heard of em spooking from human dung loaf piles \:D

I guess if they can smell the remains of the flesh from their friends who were shot, they would have a reason to be scared.... ;\)
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#3114560 - 01/08/13 11:16 AM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: catman529]
jlmustain
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Ha! Yeah, I figured they'd spook or at least know something's up when there's foreign piles in their living room. I just don't know what to do when "the call of the wild" is doubling me over! Ha!
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#3114583 - 01/08/13 11:30 AM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
JoeDeer
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i have a big gatorade bottle i pee in and empty it later...if i have to take a #2..i just get down and go...always bring TP with me...i dig a little hole...do my business and cover it up best i can...i stay upwind too...lol
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#3114584 - 01/08/13 11:31 AM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
Diehard Hunter
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Train your body. You can, with a little effort, change your circadian rhythms. With a little planning, you can train your system to do what you need to do at times that will not inconvenience you.

I have not had to drop my drawers in the woods in years. However, by about 9:00 in the evening, I better be close to facilities!
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#3114709 - 01/08/13 01:03 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Diehard Hunter]
jlmustain
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I'm going to feel like Jim Shockey training my BMs for deer hunting. That's serious! Ha! I'm willing to try it, though!
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#3114710 - 01/08/13 01:03 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Diehard Hunter]
Crosshairy
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 Originally Posted By: Diehard Hunter
Train your body. You can, with a little effort, change your circadian rhythms. With a little planning, you can train your system to do what you need to do at times that will not inconvenience you.

I have not had to drop my drawers in the woods in years. However, by about 9:00 in the evening, I better be close to facilities!



I'm the same way - I've got my body "trained" to go in the evenings.
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#3114713 - 01/08/13 01:07 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Crosshairy]
Brisco Darlin
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I've tried to go at the house,but as soon as i hit the woods it's time to take a dump.
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#3114734 - 01/08/13 01:23 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Crosshairy]
Right_Tackle74
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Be sure to take Bayer Asprin. Sitting too long still could possibly form a Blood clot. I take some before going hunting when I know I'm in for a long sit.
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#3114883 - 01/08/13 03:19 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Right_Tackle74]
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A deer may spook from anything. Deer are spooked by nothing.

Both statements are true. Just depends on the deer.

When I have to pee, I pee. When I have to crap, I crap. I reckon my hunting has been pretty successful over the years so I see no reason to change anything I am doing.
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#3114915 - 01/08/13 03:46 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: bowriter]
jlmustain
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Well, as I've said before, this is my first season. I was told not to worry about peeing in the woods, so I did and from that point on, every deer that got within 75 yards blew off. I started peeing in a bottle, but man I can't hardly fight that other feeling sometimes, and with that day I just talked about in my memory, I don't know what to do.

I guess I'll just go and not worry about it. If I take a deer that cares or if I take a deer that doesn't care, it's a deer, nonetheless.
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#3114923 - 01/08/13 03:52 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
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I would not do it around the tree I was hunting. Maybe go down wind 100 yds or so then get back up the tree or in the blind. I tend to have to go as soon as I hit the parking pad. Guess my body is trained that way. I tend to think its more about the excitement of getting to the woods to hunt
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#3114943 - 01/08/13 04:11 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: bowriter]
Bone Collector
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What I do is go and cover it with leaves, etc. i have dumped under one tree, climbed the one over from it and had deer pass within bow range of me.

I don;t think they can determine whether it is human or not, but i do think that they can determine that it is not their brand. \:D
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#3114945 - 01/08/13 04:12 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
Bone Collector
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 Originally Posted By: jlmustain
Well, as I've said before, this is my first season. I was told not to worry about peeing in the woods, so I did and from that point on, every deer that got within 75 yards blew off. I started peeing in a bottle, but man I can't hardly fight that other feeling sometimes, and with that day I just talked about in my memory, I don't know what to do.

I guess I'll just go and not worry about it. If I take a deer that cares or if I take a deer that doesn't care, it's a deer, nonetheless.


That doesn't seem right. i pee all the time and never had one spook. maybe they are just down wind of you....
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#3114983 - 01/08/13 04:53 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Bone Collector]
jlmustain
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I didn't think so either, but I take a truck load of vitamins and a couple medications. Add that to the coffee I drink in the mornings, and (I know this is a little gross) my first "water drainage" smells a lot like coffee and vitamins.
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#3115062 - 01/08/13 06:13 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: jlmustain]
BigBeef
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 Originally Posted By: jlmustain
I didn't think so either, but I take a truck load of vitamins and a couple medications. Add that to the coffee I drink in the mornings, and (I know this is a little gross) my first "water drainage" smells a lot like coffee and vitamins.


Not gross at all. Try eating asparagus & then pizz a few hours later. Funky!

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#3116264 - 01/09/13 01:11 PM Re: All Day Hunting Question [Re: Diehard Hunter]
Poleaxe
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 Originally Posted By: Diehard Hunter
Train your body. You can, with a little effort, change your circadian rhythms. With a little planning, you can train your system to do what you need to do at times that will not inconvenience you.

I have not had to drop my drawers in the woods in years. However, by about 9:00 in the evening, I better be close to facilities!



I guess some stomachs are different than others. Cause if I told mine "not yet", my wife I doubt would let me back in the houseand id say that sexual attraction wud leave for a bit. If I aint done it before I hit the woods at daylight I might as well not even go. Cause there aint a possiblility in the world to hold it. I used to compete in bodybuilding so even when I ate so strict, it was the same way then.

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