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mb bowman
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Nicely done! Thanks for posting.
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KentuckyTJ
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Wow, that has to be a fantastic trip. Great deer!

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

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ti-guy
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Congrats! [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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KellyG
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That first is a great stika good shooting.
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joe ashton
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thanks for sharing.

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
pronghorn long bow 54#
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rastaman
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Awesome deer! Way to go sir! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Congrats to you, very nice deer
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Richie
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Congrats. [clapper]

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Once a Marine always a Marine, Semper Fi

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coaster500
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Wow, a trip I would love to make someday..... Great Job!!!

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J. Holden
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That's my dream right there! Thanks for sharing your hunt.

-Jeremy [coffee]

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Pslam 46:10

"A real man rejects passivity and takes responsibility to lead, provide, protect, and teach expecting to receive the greater reward." Dr. Robert Lewis

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djohnson
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Congrats! Sounds like the trip of a lifetime.

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John 3:16

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Yes sir , things dreams are made of , Congrats..
,,Sam,,

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Bisch
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Congrats on doubling up!

Bisch

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huntercole
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Great bucks. Looks like an awesome hunt!

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KSdan
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WOW. Dream. . .

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If we're not supposed to eat animals ... how come they're made out of meat? ~anon

Bears can attack people- although fewer people have been killed by bears than in all WWI and WWII combined.

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