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  • White 150 Archangel Stuck in Tree at Glenwood on March 30

    All my info is on the disc. I'm assuming it'll blow out of the tree at some point. It's in one of the cedar pines, between holes 3 and 4, about 20 feet up in the tree (that's why I didn't get it back that night). I play the Leverich League nights, so you can return it to me then, if you find it. Thanks!!!

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    Those darn cedar pines are more grabby than oak firs or aspen elms!
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    • #3
      Not as bad as poplar maples though.
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        • #5
          Sorry for poking fun, it was just right there in front of me. I have been in the same predicament, and wished I was as fearless and spry as in my youth. Once I found a kid who climbed the tree for me! Keep checking back, I am sure any reader would return it. Good luck!
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          • #6
            This one's easy.

            Wristrocket and marbles.

            I bought one a few weeks after my almost losing my favorite Destroyer. It was 30 feet high and shrouded behind a net of fir branches. Golf balls, rocks, sticks. . . no chance.

            So I went down to bi-mart and $12 or so later, I was set.

            Had occasion to use it the other night with a disc maybe 25 feet off the ground and similarly unaccessible.

            One shot. The marble blew through the little stuff. Dead center strike and she fluttered back to earth.

            But you've got to get the marbles. Rocks wobble.

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            • #7
              I find my skee ball to be fairly efficient. In fact, I have dislodged numerous discs for huckes who have gotten them stuck in the trees at Glenwood in the past...
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              • #8
                Originally posted by zippyboy View Post
                I find my skee ball to be fairly efficient. In fact, I have dislodged numerous discs for huckes who have gotten them stuck in the trees...
                Witnessed at Orchard last year. One throw - disc down. A thing of beauty.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Scott View Post
                  One throw - disc down. A thing of beauty.
                  One can't really judge when it's a master skeeballer you're watching. Others' mileage may vary.
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                  • #10
                    A skee-ball would be perfect: a little heavier than a baseball, but about the same diameter. And slippery.
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