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Trad Bowhunter
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The results of a recent trip. This one is headed to the taxidermist. What a grand surprise and achievment in my hunting career. Curtis  -
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Great job Curtis! Pretty neat a bobcat with a stickbow. If I were you I would be headed to the Taxidermist too. Unfortunately bobcats are not legal game here in eastern SD. I had a very large bobcat 15 yds from for at least 3 minutes earlier this year. Nothing to do but sit back and enjoy the show.Post a picture of the mount when it is finished. Dan

To me, the ultimate challenge in bowhunting is not how far away you can succesfully make a killing shot but rather how close you can get to the animal before shooting.

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What a trophy, really impressed, well done!!

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Wile E. Coyote
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Congrats Littlefeather,
Great looking pattern on the cat, should make a great mount!

Wayne LaBauve

"Learn to wish that everything should come to pass exactly as it does."

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