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jkm97
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This tropical humidity is awful. I probably won't hunt again until it cools down, just scout some instead.
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Possum Head
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Nate hopefully put some food on the ground. I'll be within 15 yards of two mature Swamp chestnut oaks that are loaded. No skeeters Saturday when I went in to hang my stand. I typically carry my stand in when I hunt but had an irresistible urge to get in the woods. [jumper]
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Possum, ahem...Scout hope your reconnaissance missions pay off this time unlike the ones you did when we had "Hope".

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Me too jk. I went opening morning to hunt but nothing to hunt. Scouted and didn't find much. Haven't been back. Will go back when the hi is in the 70's

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I got out the evening of the opener and sat in a bottom with a few white oaks, don't think they were dropping yeti. All I saw was a coon. Congrats on the kill Kyle!

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Stringwacker
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I've took a 218 pound hog and a doe with my Black Widow recurve last week...but like the others I really don't know who to post pictures now that I can't use photobucket.
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This is Stringwacker's hog. He shot it with Blackwidow recurve and a vintage Bear Razorhead.

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Also, big doe that Stringwacker killed. Same Blackwidow recurve and a old Bear Razorhead. Good job Mark, you are starting off to a good year.

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9/30-I shot a doe opening day, but didn't get a pass through. A friend had a $5 dog who was more like a $1 dog and wasn't any help. Found the snapped portion of arrow with good blood, but could not find a drop of it on the ground. Looked for hours in a thicket you can barely crawl through but came up empty.

I shoot 32" arrows and it snapped at 21" so I know there's 11"+broadhead in her. I believe the backside shoulder stopped the arrow, plugged her up, and she bled out internally. It hurts having the opportunity to get a deer close enough, taking its life, and then not being able to find it and use the meat...

10/7- Had two does at 10 yards. They snuck up on me with the drizzle and wet leaves. They ended up getting spooked by some squirrels on the other side of the ridge running around going nuts and never offered me a broadside shot. They sure got my heart rate up when I turned my head and they were on top of me. Maybe next time.

Hope y'all have a great season!

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Sorry the dog didn't pan out. If your on Facebook they have a couple of dog groups for hunters. Just post up your county and they will send somebody out. They have tracking and catch dogs.

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Congrats Mark, some fine looking deer and hog!

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Well today was opening day for us Southeastern region boys and gals and it was Hot!

Hunted the morning and evening and was pretty much uneventful. A few Squirrels and birds in the morning, no deer seen.

This evening after climbing back in my lock on and absolutely drenched from the short 1/4 mile in, in the high 80's Hot!

Nothing moving till about 1730 I heard a rushing sound coming in from my downwind side, and lo and behold there come 2 boar Hogs (assuming). Both about 100# each, stopped after I reached for my bow and the lead began to sniff and sneeze.

After about the third time he turned and ambled off taking his friend with him [banghead]

This was a major surprise as after about 9-10 years of hunting this land i've never seen any Hogs or any sign [dunno]

3-4 years back one of the guys who had permission to hunt killed a sow that weighed 350# but other than that nothing.

Hopefully they'll return and i'll have another chance at them.

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MnFn
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I give up trying to post photo, they won't resize

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Thats a nice bear! I'm sure it wasn't in Mississippi, but you never know...lol!

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MnFn
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oops, a few miles north

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"By the looks of his footprint he must be a big fella" Marge Gunderson (Fargo)

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