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joe ashton
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Outstanding.

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good hunting!

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Nice! A wily blacktail is a trophy at any size.

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Good job Paul!

You know I give all the arrows I build some predator mojo by photographing them on my cougar skin. [thumbsup]

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Congratulations that's awesome

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Congratulations !

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Congrats Paul! Black tails are sure beautiful (both kinds).

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Way to go Paul!

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amicus
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That was Nice! Good Job.

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Glad to see someone else using a string. Even if it breaks it gives you a good start on the trail.
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BlacktailBowhunter
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quote:
Originally posted by newhouse114:
Glad to see someone else using a string. Even if it breaks it gives you a good start on the trail.

I’m beginning to think they run farther with them, but they certainly do give you a good start.

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You might be right. I'm sure glad I was using one this year. Arrow came out through the sternum and almost no blood trail. Lost the string after about 80 yards and the buck went another 300! That string helped get me started through the brushiest first part of the trail.
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That was great! Congrats!

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Congrats!

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Cool! Did he have an old wound on his back?

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