I shot this little gal while in Jourdanton Thursday, 9-23-04. I was easing along through the brush when I heard her sniffing. I could see the top of her back but the brush was shotgun thick and I couldn't get a shot. I was inside of ten yards of her for about five minutes. I decided to belly crawl through a hole in the brush to get a better vantage. As soon as I did she changed directions and is now facing me at 5 yards. The weeds were tall enough that I crawled backward to my original position. About then she turns again, and again I crawl forward. As I clear a bush I raise up on my knees just as she turns sideways. It was her last mistake ever. After my ears stopped ringing from the ardenaline rushing through my head I got my bud Eric Zuniga and started the track. She went further than Id have expected but left a blood trail that a blind man could have followed. It was a fine ending for a hard earned game animal. The bow was a Thunder Stick 2 and the arrow was 630 grain Ash shaft crowned in Coral Snake skin. 190 Grizzly leading. Enjoy the pic. Curtis
Shoulder probs? 2 words followed by 3 more words
Mumford procedure..after deer season
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Hey Bud I know you been dealin with it for a while and are frustrated with the Drs but don't wait till it's permenant. Congrats on another fine hog!!
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