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Cwilder
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Shot this guy yesterday at 5:45 hit him a lil back. Left him lay over night he was dead in the spot where I last saw him this morning.
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mangonboat
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Spike's are good eating! [thumbsup]

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mangonboat

I've adopted too many bows that needed a good home.

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BWallace10327
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It may be variances in dialect, but "burned a tag" seems like a disparagement. Congratulations on a traditional deer kill.

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Spike or a booner......it's all good. Them lil' ones eat well. [thumbsup]

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In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In the expert's there are few...So the most difficult thing is always to keep your beginner's mind...This is also the real secret of the arts: always be a beginner. Shunryu Suzuki

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Kirkll
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Hey! That young stuff is excellent eating bro. [thumbsup]

When opportunity knocks, drop the string. Waiting for the monster buck is fine. But if your shot opportunities are few and far between like mine are, you don't pass on fresh venison over lack of horn size, or you end up eating track soup.

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I told myself that I was going to hold out for the big non-typical that was around, but then I was getting run over by every newbie kid that has seen too many tv shows. I shot a smaller 8 pointer instead and I am now wishing that I could go out and shoot a couple of yearling does. No doe tags here this year. Every meal from a young deer is a celebration in a way.

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Thats a heckava hole! Congrats!
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Any backstrap is good backstrap in my book and those should be good and tender. Congrats!

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Way to go!!!
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A trad harvest is a trad harvest!

Congratulations!

God bless,

Rodd

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kleine
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Congratulations on a job well done!

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Hawkeye
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He looks DELICIOUS! Congratulations.

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Daryl Harding
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose." Jim Elliot

Traditional bowhunting is often a game of seconds... and inches!

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You cant eat antlers. Congratulations!

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quote:
Originally posted by Kirkll:
Hey! That young stuff is excellent eating bro. [thumbsup]

When opportunity knocks, drop the string. Waiting for the monster buck is fine. But if your shot opportunities are few and far between like mine are, you don't pass on fresh venison over lack of horn size, or you end up eating track soup.

Exactly!!!!

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Luck is when preparedness meets opportunity, I just need more opportunities!

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