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Joe D
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South Texas, 45# Fedora, carbon arrows. 125 grain Zwickey Delta, at 6 yards.

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Steve Pet - South Texas, 62# Assenheimer, cedar arrows, at 8 yards.

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[ February 28, 2007, 09:36 AM: Message edited by: Joe D ]

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Joe D
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BigRonHuntAlot
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Way to go Joe. [bigsmyl] [clapper] Congrats

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beachbowhunter
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Yo Joeeey, is that you in the first pic? Nice work. What, not using the ACS any more? Good to hear from you.

Norb

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LUCKY MAN
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Good Stuff !

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Joe D
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Yo Norb, wuz hapnin brutha! [bigsmyl]
Nay, I didn't give up the ACS, I can hit a little straighter with the Fedora for some reason. Hope all is well! [Smile]

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Joe D
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redant 60/65
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Nice going guys. [clapper] [clapper]

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Larry

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Mike Burch
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[thumbsup] [clapper] [clapper]

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Kingwouldbe
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JD, how far did that first javy go with that smoken hit? good job to both
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Joe D
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Thanks guys!

King---> That hit resulted in a 20 yard tracking job. [Big Grin]
I was shocked to see how far it didn't go. Most tracking jobs on Javies, at least for me, aren't nearly as easy, even when double lunged. I must have caught something good. [Smile]

Steve's Javie went about 70 yards in the thick stuff, but fortunatley there was a good blood trail. He hit it back, quartering away, and the arrow blew right through it on the far shoulder.

They sure are one tough critter!

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Joe D
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manboy
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NICE! I AM LOOKING TO HUNT THEM SOME DAY!

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jerome ciclet
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Nice shoot guys
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the Ferret
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Congrats Joe and Steve [thumbsup] [clapper]

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2Blade
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Joe those are some great animals. Just curious what model is that in the Fedora line?

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The Stuttering Bowhunter

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Joe D
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Thanks Nick!
The Fedora is a model 560. [Smile]

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Joe D
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