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Jesse Minish
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It was the second to the last day of archery season and I was lucky to get a shot at a cow. I was shooting a 70# Cascade Night hawk mag with laminated birch arrows and a Zwickey Delta head.
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BRONZ
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Way to go!! That last pic is something else...

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awesome great job congrats. that's beautiful country [thumbsup] [clapper]

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That is some thick stuff to hunt in. No wonder you're using a short bow. Congrats!

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Way to go Jesse!!! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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[thumbsup] [archer]
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Jesse Minish
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Thanks guys.
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Congrats [thumbsup]

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Good-oh!

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Great hunt and best range!
Jesse, what about laminated birch arrows?

Take care Jesse and Congrats

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beautiful country, great animal [thumbsup]

[clapper] [archer]

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Congrats on the elk. Cool pic of that valley!

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Thanks Jesse.

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Jesse Minish
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Thanks again guys.

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Originally posted by BAR I CEL:
Great hunt and best range!
Jesse, what about laminated birch arrows?

Take care Jesse and Congrats

I buy them from Elite Arrows. Hope that helps?
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Great Job!!! They are such awesome animals. I had hunting partner issues so my luck was "changed for me", so to speak. Im looking forward to the late season deer hunt. Are you chasing muleys in the snow?

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