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Montyc
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Glenn,
Nice buck, congrats. Did your dog help you drag him out. [Smile] .

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juneaulongbow
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Ewe Dall sheep...

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Gordon Jabben
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Squirrel hunting today with Molly.
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Arwin
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I love late season bowhunting. I worked for this gal and loved every minute of it! Taken on Dec 19th with a McCullough longbow 52#@28, Snuffer 160, 2213 Classic.

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NorthShoreLB
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Hey Gordon, what kinda bow you're shooting ?

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Jeff Holchin
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I love your photos from up high in Alaska, Chris. The white sheep are on my "must hunt" list before I die or before I can't climb the mountains anymore, whichever comes first......

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"He has also made me as a select arrow, He has hidden me in His quiver." - Isaiah 49:2

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juneaulongbow
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Well, that was my first Dall hunt and I didn't get one but a rifle friend did.
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Gordon Jabben
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Northshore
It's an old Buddy & Jim 21st Century bow. I also shoot a Dave Dowell bow which is quieter and faster, but I have so much faith in my old 21st Century that I hunt with it most of the time. It originally was 71#, but now after being shot almost daily for years and being refinished, it is down to 64#. I wish it was a little less.

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Bowspirit
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Well, with New Year's bearing down on us, I figured that it's time to gather up the courage to post this one...

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This blood-thirsty beast was one of many taken over the summer with a 65# longbow and homemade poplar arrow. Tip was a pistol casing, if I recall correctly...

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Dirty Bill
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Well,we have one day left to bow hunt here in West Virginia. Monday will be the last dance for deer.

I hope we get some shots. Two shots were missed friday. Maybe it will be my turn for a shot.

I'll post a pic if I get one. I really enjoyed this thread.I read 32 pages of it tonight.. [clapper] [campfire]

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Dirty Bill
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Well,we saw lots of deer today,and a coyote.I had so many deer around me at one point,I didn't know which way to look.A bunch ran up from behind me,I picked one out and shot,but...PLUNK..the arrow went behind the deer and stuck in the dirt. A lot of arrows were launched today,but only one deer killed,a nice doe,and a bunch of misses.I personally heard two different trees get whacked... [biglaugh]

We came home with good stories to tell,and one nice doe that went to a family who's dad is laid off.

We had tons of fun,and next year will be even better.I think..for sure it will be longer,because I'll be out on opening day next year. You all have a great New Year. [archer] [goldtooth] [campfire]

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Dirty Bill it sounds like you guys had a good hunt and a lot of fun. That was a great gift to a needy family. Good on ya!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone!!

Dennis

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Dirty Bill
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Yeah,we had a lot of fun.Plenty of excitement too.I'm not sure how many bucks were sighted,but we left em for seed for next year.. [goldtooth] [campfire]
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That is an awesome story Bill. I hunted this year for the first week and only saw does. Here in Nova Scoita you have to be drawn for an "anterless deer" tag. So I could only let them go. That was an good thing you did by giving that meat to someone who really needed it. Great job. Awesome act of generosity. Please keep in touch.

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Dirty Bill
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You bet.A little story about that doe. Two does came out of the brush from my right at about twelve yards.I was going to pick the bigger one to shoot,but realized the guy that wanted to give the deer away,was just up from me.

These were the only deer I saw walking.The first doe was heading right to the other guy,Mike,so I let it walk and was getting ready to shoot the second one.Just then the first doe stopped right in front of Mike at about 15 yards.

Whack,he drills this doe,and I see the arrow blow through. Of course this spooked the deer I was going to shoot,but I had a good feeling because I knew Mike had the deer he needed.

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