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tarponnut
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I had a great spot and stalk work out last Sunday. I had gone to the property to check feeders, cameras,etc. Knowing that the pigs often will move mid-day during a full moon I checked a pasture that had some oaks. Sure enough, two sows feeding. I stalked, actually crawled, to 23 yards and made a great shot. Pig went about 100 yards.Bear Minuteman, 42#, Woodsman broadhead.  -  -
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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Well done sir....

,,Sam,,

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Longtoke
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Congrats! I love those old minuteman bows it's awesome to see one getting some action.

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Thierry WALICKI
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Bravo Monsieur ......
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Cyclic-Rivers
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Whoa, where did the beard come from? Congrats... Cool old minuteman...

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tarponnut
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I started the beard last Wednesday(I'm Greek:)
Thanks guys.
I'll post a video link soon.

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fnshtr
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Congrats Jim, nice pig. Hope to hunt down that way this winter!

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54" Java Man Elkheart 50@28
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Buckeye1977
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[thumbsup] [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Nick

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Kemp Kwyk Styk 56" 47@28
Toelke Chinook 58" 47@28
Zipper 58" 58@28

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Bisch
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Congrats on a great eater pig!

Bisch

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Kopper1013
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Very nice

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Congrats!!!!

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Well done Grizzly Adams!!

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tarponnut
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Here's the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4H3VS7S9KM

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