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cjones
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I took this doe(my first of the new year) on 1/26/07 while hunting on the ground. I shot her at about 10 yards with my zipper recurve and snuffer broadheads. The shot took out both lungs and she only went about 50-60 yards before piling up. My first deer ever in the snow with a bow!

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Chad Jones

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Congrats again Chad....I love hunting in the snow too,doesn't happen much around here either....

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last arrow
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Your still Deer hunting in Ohio - Thats great.

If you need snow, I have plenty at my house, also high tempertures in the teens.

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Flatstick
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Congrats Chad! I didn't know there was still a season open. Mayba an antlerless only or CWD season? Great shot and congrats again [thumbsup]

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cjones
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Guys, Thanks. Our archery deer season runs until Feb. 4th.

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Chad Jones

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Walt Francis
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Congratulations Chad, isn’t it great when you get one from the ground? Our management deer season ended January 15 but the mountain lion season goes until the April 15, then bear starts the same day. Guess there isn't any reason to stop hunting. [Big Grin]

Walt Francis

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Congratulations...that looks like a nice sized critter [thumbsup]

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What a great doe! Taking it from the ground makes it even better.

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congratulations, nice doe !!!
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K.S.TRAPPER
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Nice job Chad,Looks like good eating to me.
Love hunting in the snow.

Tracy

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the Ferret
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well well well ol Chad got one standing on the ground eh? Way to go buddy.

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