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KentuckyTJ
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Haha, soybeans and corn does a body good.

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The fulfillment of your hunt is determined by the amount of effort you put into it >>>---->

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joevan125
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Yep you got that right TJ.

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Joe Van Kilpatrick

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wapiti1997
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Great season for ya TJ! Well done gramps...

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smoked
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Nice buck! I may have missed it, how big is the place you hunt? I could go for years without even a sighting of a buck like that, hunting 15 and 20 acre spots really doesn't allow you to be as picky.
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Terry Green
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[Eek!] [clapper] [Eek!]

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Mike Spaulding
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Man Tom, AWESOME! I have the great fortune of owning Tom's old BW SAII that he took so many deer with. I feel like I own a piece of his big buck "mojo" but I just can't figure out how to get it to rub off on me! Maybe I need to get that Morrison from you too and then it will start to kick in.. Tom, you sellin? [Wink] [Wink] [Wink]
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bshunter
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that doe looks huge!! great buck to!
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Whitetail Nut
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wow what a buck. Ive always wanted to get one in velvet like that congrats

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ronnyg
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Now that's what I'm talking about!!
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What a great season, TJ. That is a tremendous bucks. Way to go! [Not Worthy] [clapper] [Not Worthy]
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KentuckyTJ
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Thanks guys. Been in St. Johns all week it's good to get back here.

Mike, no way you're getting the Morrison already have a rack ordered for my casket to hold it.

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akdd
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Both of them are huge deer.Congrats
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rugrat
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Nice shooting!

MD

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amazonjim
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Sounds like the two of you have something special and rare these days, good friends are hard to come by.

What a great buck, and if your friend hauled him out on his back, I'm not sure which is better the great buck or a friend that would haul him out for you LOL.

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Hi ky TJ, what part of ky are you from? I live in the western part. By the way, great buck. I guess 53 lbs is enough to take a big deer.
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