After several misses on Michigan whitetails and a phone call to have his brother return his compound, my buddy arrowed his first traditional harvest. Shooting a desert mulie is no easy feat, especially a bedded one to boot. This deer was shot a 25 yards and didn't run another 20 yards. Only a few teeth remained on the lower jaw. Properly the deer's last year of life. I true trophy and a phone call back to his brother to keep the wheeled bow.
Thats me , my buddy chuck was kind enough to post this for me. I shot him at about 2:00 in the afternoon beded under a Palo Verde tree in the Arizona desert.
Posts: 18 | From: Arizona | Registered: Jan 2005
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