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South MS Bowhunter
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[readit]

It's that time of year it's the Official 2017-2018 Mississippi hunting season photo and story page.

Food plots are planted, stands are set and the guys up North have begun their season (September 30th opener).

Us Southern Boys and Gals get started on the 14th, so post up your stories and photo [clapper]

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Possum Head
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Stinks dont it ya cant post what ya cant kill [banghead]
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jkm97
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I killed a doe opening afternoon, but of course I don't know how to post pics...don't have very good ones anyway. Used my Black Onyx ILF with 51# wood/glass limbs, and a Simmons Treeshark.
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South MS Bowhunter
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Congrats Kyle!

Sent you a PM

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Congrats jk !!

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South MS Bowhunter
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Here a pic of Kyle's nice doe, congrats again!

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Congrats Kyle!

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Good kill.
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jkm97
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Thanks guys!
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Good job jkm! I've shot a raccoon and let a few little bucks walk but nothing else.

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Possum Head
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Kyle, we'll expect a story with each pic. Doe or not a trad kill deserves attention to detail! Congrats
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congrats

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jkm97
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quote:
Originally posted by Possum Head:
Kyle, we'll expect a story with each pic. Doe or not a trad kill deserves attention to detail! Congrats

Lol, not a lot to tell really. I hunted a little acorn flat between two bedding areas that morning, expecting to catch a few filtering through. But I got shut out.

I didn't really have a better option for the northerly wind that evening (early season I had been scouting spots expecting a southerly wind) so I decided to go back, not expecting much.

About 6:30 I saw the deer pop over a ridge, and she came right to me, beginning to browse for acorns about 30 yards out, and staying in close for the next several minutes, though I could never get a shot...either out of my range (20 and umber for me) or at a bad angle.

Finally she walked under my tree, so I shifted my feet hoping to find a shot as she angled away. She got broadside at about ten yards, but as I came to full draw she took a couple steps, quartering away, so adjusted and let the goldtip and Simmons head fly, the arrow entering around the last rib and lodging in the off shoulder.

She made a mad dash for about 50 yards and crashed.

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Possum Head
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[clapper] Thanks for takin us huntin! I'm gonna have to try Simmons if for no other reason I like buying broadheads. You Delta and Hill zone boyz better kick it up a notch as we open in a week [campfire]
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Got my first 3 hunts in this week without seeing a deer. My little white oak stand isn't dropping acorns yet and my morning ground sit on Saturday produced barely a songbird.

I did have a beautiful evening last night despite the sauna-like humidity but the only sign of deer was the one blowing at me from upwind due to a traitorously sinking thermal.

All that aside, it's pure bliss to be in the deer woods again. Sure looking forward to some cooler weather though...

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