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Ryan Rothhaar
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Glad to see an '05 version!

Jason-
That's not a bad buck for a gap-shooter from Chicago! Congrats on starting '05 right!

Ryan

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Jason R. Wesbrock
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"...gap-shooter from Chicago!"

Oh man, not you too? You've been hanging around Cagle too long. [Big Grin]

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gregg dudley
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THis is a hot spot for deer activity. I have already killed two deer ( 8 point and a doe) this season. The ridge runs down from over my right shoulder and spills into a bottom in front of the stand. Deer travel both directions in the morning and I have yet to really figure out where they are going either way. Hunting woods without agriculture is sometimes a mystery, but when you find a spot that produces consistent sightings, you stick with it. Both of the deer that I have shot this season came down the slope from the right working down in front of the stand on the left. I will be in this stand again on January 15. It will have had a 16 day rest.

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Guru
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Jason, Nice buck!!

[ January 08, 2008, 09:41 PM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]

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Doug Campbell
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Congrats Jason, great late season buck! [Not Worthy] [thumbsup]

[ January 08, 2008, 09:40 PM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]

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Littlefeather
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I went over to one of my favorite places this morning to try and catch up with the hogs. It obviously wasn't my day to shoot a pig but it was a nice walk in the woods. Temps were in the 30's and the wind was very mild. I did find a neat hive full of bees that were too cold to fly. Sorry the pic wasn't very clear. CK

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Tree Killer
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Curtis...what kind of bees are those, plain ole honey bees?

About 10 years ago I fell a big(6ft dia.) western red cedar tree that had a schoolmarm at about 60 ft up. The base of the tree was hollow which is quite common for big cedars. When it hit the ground the schoolmarm(two tops) split open the lower section of the tree revealing a huge bee hive. The hive was abandoned, but had piles of honeycomb! We brought in packboards and garbage bags the next day and packed out over 200lbs of honeycomb which we rendered in my friends shop. Can't remember how many gallons of honey we ended up with, but everybody I knew received a quart of good honey for Christmas that year.

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BOFF
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Jason, Great story and buck! [thumbsup]

Curtis, neat pics. Wish the bee hive was clearer, but don't think I'd stay there too long for the photo myself.

Keep em coming guys.

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SteveMcD
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This has been my favorite deer hunting spot for several years. Not a lot of deer and one heck of a drag around this beaver pond. But, I have spent (and with the help of our Lord) will spend many memorable days to come here.

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Can you see Mr Bushytail 20 yds up in this elm? (He's right in the middle of the photo)

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Here is the zoomed in view with nutter ready.
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Gave this fox skerl the salute afet about 100 shots and a few lost nutters and left him for another day. Lots of near misses, limb hits and ducking. This shoting straight up is harder than you'd think. Different muscles, have to aim a little low since there is no drop in arrow flight and of couse the fear factor of nutters coming back into earth orbit.

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Terry Green
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Please keep your pics NO MORE than 600 pixels wide. Any wider that that disrupts the format, and they will likely be deleted.

Thanks.

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Great Squirrel Pic! Hope to contribute some soon myself.
Tom

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Doug Campbell
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Just another beautiful day in Montana [Big Grin] A few of us TBM guys got together and tried to thin the doe crop in a late hunt up here. We saw tons of deer but didn't manage to take any home [Frown] I think the temps ran from 5º up to a balmy 12º, remember it's a dry cold [Big Grin]  -

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bayoulongbowman
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Doug yall look like one of them hot oatmeal commericals [Razz] [Big Grin] ....how do ya stay warm...burrr...I bet thats a real hoot!

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Doug, that shot just made me put some more wood in the stove. I think I'd have ta hear a hound bay ta be out in that.

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