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SheltonCreeker
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Now you said Mike created a monster with me.........now look at you! Beautiful fox. Whatta plan on doing with it?

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Michael Arnette
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Nice shooting, that gray fox is one of those critters that are still on my list.

Beautiful animals

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Michael Arnette
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Mount it! it might be a once in a lifetime thing:)
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ti-guy
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Nice! [thumbsup]

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An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward.So when life is dragging you back with difficulties, it means that it's going to launch you into something great.

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Josh Perdue
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Awesome man, nice shooting
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Mike Gerardi
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That is really cool TJ. They are a rare sight around my neck of the woods. That one looks it would make one sweet mount. I would use that squirrel for the mount also.
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rastaman
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Good shooting Tom!

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Randy Keene

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KentuckyTJ
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I hear you all! I would love to mount them both but if I did I would be looking for a new wife also haha. I promised I wouldn't mount anything else. Usually your better half doesn't know what she is talking about concerning these issues, but in this case she is right. Unless I move I simply can't stuff (sorry) another thing into my man cave.

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That's quite the accomplishment on the fox sir, those little guys seldom stay still for very long, nice shooting!
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Over&Under
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Good shooting Tom!

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“Elk (add hogs to the list) are not hard to hit....they're just easy to miss" [Smile]

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Cyclic-Rivers
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Good shootin Tom [thumbsup]

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GANDGOLF
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Just Wish I had that problem! Still looking for my 1st. [biglaugh] Great Job Tom! [Not Worthy]

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KentuckyTJ
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Thanks Fellers!

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coaster500
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Sweet TJ!!!

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Very nice , Congrats sir.......
,,Sam,,

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