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Chris Surtees
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Danny Roberts
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Congratulations on ALL of it !!!
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Terry Green
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Contrags to you both! [clapper]

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SKYLER W
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Congrats on a great buck! My aunt lives in Moundville on the Black Warrior River at Cut-off hunting club. Do you know where that is???
Skyler

[ October 30, 2008, 09:25 PM: Message edited by: SKYLER W ]

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Larry Surtees
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That's great -- thanks for sharing!

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BOFF
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quote:
Originally posted by SKYLER W:
Congrats on a great buck! My aunt lives in Moundville on the Black Warrior River at Cut-off hunting club. Do you know where that is???
Skyler

I know where Moundville is, but not the hunting club.
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Awesome deer an with family it can be no better.

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great pic's, great hunt! how much did that slammer weigh???

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BOFF
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Thanks for the continued kind words and replies.


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Originally posted by adkmountainken:
great pic's, great hunt! how much did that slammer weigh???

Oh....Dad, he doesn't weigh that much, only about 170. [Big Grin]

Not sure Ken, didn't have any scale to weigh him. At least that way, he can weigh as much as I want him. [bigsmyl]

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adkmountainken
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looks like a 180 pounder but if ya didn't have a scale to weigh him prolly closer to 250! [bigsmyl]

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I go by many names but Daddy is my favorite!
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if your lucky enough to spend time in the mountains...then your lucky enough!
What ever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.

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Congrats. Nice Buck to go with an awesome hunt with you dad!
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Fantastic! Very nice buck and great pics! [Wink]

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