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the longbowkid
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I finally did it!!!! over a month of hunting constantly, and over 25 deer within 15 yds, I was about to go crazy.
shot this doe thanksgiving morning about 9 in the morning, 12 yd broadside, double lung, my arrow penetrated just past the fletches. saw her run for 30 yds and heard her go down. good blood trail, found her after 50 yards of trail that resembled that of a wine truck with a hole in it. she lived for 5 seconds after the shot and died crossin a ditch.
bob lee 43#@25" recurve, woodsman elite 175 gr. heads, easton carbons.

http://i779.photobucket.com/albums/yy71/longhunter95/trad%20kills/PB263367.jpg

whoops - please edit images no wider than 640 - thanx!

[ November 29, 2009, 06:43 AM: Message edited by: Rob DiStefano ]

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Anneewakee Addiction longbow 56" 50@28

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Gerardo
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CONGRATS !!!!!!!! Love your deer and story , that is a very nice setup, bob lee bows are awesome, These will be the first of many you will see and now you are hooked for life!!!!!

thanks for sharing
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the longbowkid
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the woodsman cut a heck of a hole!
[Eek!]

http://i779.photobucket.com/albums/yy71/longhunter95/trad%20kills/PB263369.jpg

[ November 29, 2009, 06:43 AM: Message edited by: Rob DiStefano ]

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Anneewakee Addiction longbow 56" 50@28

"too many people live under the misguided impression that death is the worst possible of natural events"
-John G. Mitchell, "The Hunt"

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the longbowkid
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will have the story on powwow soon

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Anneewakee Addiction longbow 56" 50@28

"too many people live under the misguided impression that death is the worst possible of natural events"
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Coonbait
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great shot! Congrats!!
GLENN

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Big Ed
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Congratulations on the deer and your persistance.

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Mike Gerardi
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[clapper] That is awesome Congratulations [clapper]

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You worked to hard and paid a lot of money for that new bow. Why would you trust protecting it to anything less than Thunderbird Epoxy!!!
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[thumbsup] :clapper:Yep you are hooked for life but always fun.Kip I shoot Bob Lees also really like them.
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Persistence Pays!! Congratulations!!!
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DEERDOG
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Good going. Thats the way to make it happen!

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bowhawk archer
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Young man, thats very impressive. Congrats!
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Pinecone
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Congratulations!

Claudia

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Jack Denbow
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Very cool. You will remember that the rest of your life.
Jack

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