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akdd
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Just got back from Kodiak Island where I took my first two traditional deer. Used a Toelke Whip, Beman MFX shafts, and a Woodsman broad-head.

A button buck

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And a doe

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Well-done!

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Chris Surtees
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Pinecone
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Those blacktails are beautiful deer! Congratulations!

Claudia

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Big Ed
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Congrats!!

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"Get kids involved in the outdoors"

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BRONZ
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Great stuff!

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"He trains my hands for battle; my arms can bend a bow of bronze."
2 Samuel 22:35

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Jesse Minish
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Congrats!
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bowhawk archer
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Wat to go Marty! [thumbsup]
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CallMaker
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Looks like a fun hunt, also looks pretty chilly...

Ed

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Gatekeeper
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Nice, congratulations! [clapper] Those Whips are silent aren't they? [thumbsup]

Hey you have snow... I thought we had a global warming problem from too many cow farts. [goldtooth]

[ December 09, 2009, 01:42 PM: Message edited by: Gatekeeper ]

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TGMM Family of the Bow A member since 6/5/09

I can tell by your hat that youre not from around here.

Casher from Brookshires Food Store in Albany, Texas during 2009 Pig Gig

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Bowhunter4life
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A friend and I went to Kodiak in the late '90's. He was using a rifle and me my bow. He took a buck and a doe, and I took two bucks and a doe. I think we had a total of 11" of horn between the three bucks we took...

I know how hard the hunting is there, so congrats on a job well done!

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pitbull
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Congrats! [thumbsup]
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Bisch
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Congrats!

Bisch

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bretto
Contributor 2016
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Nice job on two good looking Blacktails. As a Alaskan resident do You have total access to Kodiak Island or do You have to draw tags?
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Steve O
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Nobody has to draw tags to hunt deer on Kodiak-OTC

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