Had a good year with my Jack Howard Gamemaster Jets in 2012.
February in Tejas....
Big and stinky (the boar, that is)...
Smaller, pretty as a pig, and better eating dry sow.....
October 11 here in Indiana...he tempted me a bit too much. 7 yard shot quartering on, 70 yard recovery, 5 minute track for Oskar.
Shot this doe around October 20 here in Indiana, 4 yards quartering away. Weird exit down front leg - arrow threaded right down the leg. She went about 90 yards, not much blood on the ground due to the weird exit. Another 5 minute track for my wife Katia and Oskar (she handles the dog, I just follow behind and try to stay out of the way).
November 14 in Iowa on Dad's place. Shot him at 12 feet - I'm DEADLY at 12 feet! . He's a 5 1/2 yr old, and I'm tickled with him.
Got a doe tag left for Iowa, some time off for the late season, and a score to settle with a mule-faced big yellow doe that busted me one too many times this fall...so it ain't over yet!
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Go get her Ryan. I got a couple of those sentry does running around here. Looks like a great season. Jeff Harper
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