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KentuckyTJ
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You may have seen these in the POWWOW section earlier in the year but wanted to put them here.

September 6th buck. 53 lb Morrison Cheyenne, Easton Trad Only 500 series arrows with 100 grain brass inserts and Magnus Stingers.

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October doe. Schafer Silvertip with same arrow setup.

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bluegrassbowhunter
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Way to go Tom...& nice shooting on both of em......

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Excellent, Tom! Still looks just as big(maybe bigger!) as when you first posted the pics. Very nice mature doe as well.

Congrats on a great season! Wish you many more too!

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GOOD GRIEF! [Not Worthy] They’re both huge…congratulations [clapper]

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Nice pics brother and congrats!

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Wow! They must be interbreeding with the elk down there. [Smile]

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2 nice deer Tom....that velvet buck is cool.
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Nice deer TJ...how about the TT? Any blood on it yet?

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KentuckyTJ
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Thanks guys. Terry, our three week gun season just ended. I stay out of the woods then. Will be after them now. Also just got my string settled in on the Tall Tines. Man that's a great bow. I'm glad you turned me onto them.

Thanks Brother.

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Congrats TJ it is a very impressive sized buck

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I havent had alot of time in the woods lately...and then our shotgun season came in also...went out one day for 2 hrs and heard probably 30 shots....all from the same general area....hopefully can get some time now that it is over...if there are any deer left in the area...that buck is a bruiser!

I went to a 10 strand D97 string on my tt...almost as quiet with no string silencers as with the original string with silencers...really liken this bow alot....going to try a 8 strand and see how it shoots...will let you know.

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I already know. I'll p.m. you.

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Way to go Tom! That buck is a bruiser.
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I would have waited another month to shoot that buck, so all that nasty moss fell off and he had shiny antlers! [bigsmyl]
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those deer are beauts....Joe

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