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juneaulongbow
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Nice buck...congrats!

Chris

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702plmo
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A co-worker (Sharkey1) has been talking to me for several years about converting from a wheeled bow to a trad bow. I took his advise and started shooting a recurve late last year. I have not taken an animal with it yet but love shooting it and man am I hooked. This is the first year I started hunting with my recurve.
Sharkey1 has not hunted in a few years due to a his job and hours but started back up and this is a pic of him walking to his stand. He dooes not know I took the pic or that I have posted it. LOL
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This is a pic of my Bigriver recurve and the back ground is one of the farms we hunt.
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the Ferret
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Congrats on a fine buck and story Festus. That had to be exciting [thumbsup]

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Bobhat
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Way to go Festus!!! I'll be heading to Susquhanna County in a couple weeks to hunt with my dad.

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Kev
Nice buck and congrats! It's nice to see that there are still some deer left up in the north country. [Smile] [thumbsup]

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Congrats on that nice, PA buck.
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Congratulations, Festus! Nice buck! [thumbsup]

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ratgunner
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Festus,that smile says it all.Way to go man.

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Great buck Festus. Congrats!

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Yep this is one of the best threads, nice job everybody!

Here in MT it was a dreary rainy day yesterday, finally drove me back to the shop but here's what I found instead of elk, perfect Moosie weather [Wink]
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Love is in the air [Wink]
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Momma wasn'tputting up with any nonsense from anybody, she scared me worse than any griz [Big Grin]

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Bowspirit
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Oh man, Doug...those are some great looking moose pics. Can you hunt moose up in Montana???

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Man look at the hair on her neck. [scared]

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fireman_3311
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Doe #3 for me this year...8 yd shot, quartering away, centerpunched her heart!!! First time my new wife has been out hunting with me, setting in the same tree. We had 11 does work by us all morning! Now if I could just find one with "draggin handles"!!! I'm off to Iowa for a week of bowhunting, leave in the morning!!!

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Arrow4Christ
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grats fireman! NICE shot and NICE mature doe bro! good eatin'! [thumbsup] BTW, you know you can't post on here without tellin' me what equipment ya used right? LOL [bigsmyl]
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Thanks GWBowhunter! I use a 64" MA-II Black Widow, complete with Canebrake rattler skins...Her name is "Dorothy", after me granny!!! 53#@30", full length GoldTip Traditional 35/55 XT's, Magnus 4 blades, 125gr., shoot 3 fingers under...lol. Shot was at 8 yds from a 15' ladder stand, wife was in a hangon right next to me. She was good help trackin and draggin!!! She's shootin, but not hunting just yet. I'm off to Iowa, sw corner in the am, for a week of bowhunting, hope to bring back some pics for ya!!!

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