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Bisch
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Congrats!

Bisch

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Terry Green
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Mike Spaulding
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That's the first I heard of eating woodchuck and I never could figure out why not?! They're vegetarians and nice and big so I'd think you'd get some meat off of one! We don't have any in Florida where I live now, but I grew up in Western NY and killed alot of them, but I always just chucked 'em cause everyone always said you can't eat them.. just never made sense why not! It's a shame how some critters get a bad rap as far as eating goes just cause of hearsay. My dad always told me growing up that if you can kill a woodchuck with a bow, you can kill a deer with a bow and I don't think he's too far off, they're smart and weary, just like a whitetail! Nice Job!
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stickhunter 81
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Nice Love hunting the little critters
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shaftslinger
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great shooting

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quote:
Originally posted by Boone the Hunter:
nice going, I think I get just as shook on a woodchuck as a deer, them little critters can be intimidating.

My dad told me a story of one that he wounded with His bow or something that charged him , he just barely snapped off a shot with the 12 gauage ... self defense ya know

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Stykbow62
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Nice pics and some good shooting. Congrats !

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BigStriper
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Man your doing Good,Now your about ready for a Bear or a Moose,

Kurt

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Hopefully a Bear this Spring. Then say a Moose and a Deer or two come fall. After all I don't want to be greedy. [bigsmyl]
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