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Many Arrows Lost
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On 9/1/04 I missed this one three times shooting right over his back.
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On 9/17/04 I got him with a two shots, the first a little far back in the liver and another though the lungs after slowly catching up with him. It's my first big game with bow and arrow.

Ken

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Doug Campbell
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Now that's one super first archery critter, congrats!!

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Life is wonderful in Montana!!
"BEING CHALLENGED IN LIFE IS INEVITABLE. BEING DEFEATED IS OPTIONAL."
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shortshot
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That sure is cool Ken, good job buddy.
Miles

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Chad Edgar
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Good Job!

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Here from the King's mountain view,
Here from the wild dream come true...
Treasures of flesh never few! "Jambi"

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Woodduck
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Wow! That's a super sharp picture and a LOT of meat. I've never SEEN a moose...

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Happy trails.... ('till we meet again, Dale Evans Rogers)
>>>--a kindred spirit---> (got that from Fred Anderson)

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Deerchaser
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Great job Ken.
Looks a little harder than a Kansas whitetail to pack out of the woods! [thumbsup]

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Roger...

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CallMaker
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Way to go Ken..... man, those things are big!!! When the hit the ground the fun is over and the workin' starts.
We have a good number here but getting drawn is next to impossible.

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Ed Blankinship

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