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nosna
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I think I will make a hat [Smile] I shot this guy on the way out of the stand. I saw him working a creek approx. 20 yards from me. I snap shot and hit him square. He only went a few feet.

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Tyler C. Moore
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Good shot, I have taken a few coons. They can be some of the
Toughest critters

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Tyler C. Moore

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KyStickbow
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great shot...congrats!!

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Aim small...Miss small!!

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Well done on the bandit...

,,,Sam,,,

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carbonflyr
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Bisch
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Congrats,

Bisch

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T Folts
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I shot one once and it squealed like a baby for five minutes, I quickly knocked another arrow hoping a coyote would show up. It was loud.
Nice job.

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Izzy
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Super cool, congrats. I want one bad but all these NY coons are rabid or carry distemper.
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Jayrod
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Very nice good harvest indeed!

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pinky
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similar picture. I had seen some coon tracks in the snow this morning when i returned home from work. In town -- just got home 9pm, it's dark and cold, single digits, and there was scurrying movement on the back porch. A coon came out of the heated cat house. the coon didn't seem to alarmed and didn't go far. there was some blood around the entrance to the cat kennel. I went inside and got my head lamp and strung my Hatfield. when i came back out the coon went scurrying from that cat house again. It didn't move far enough fast enough. Maybe an eight yard shot.
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I just found the cat a few minutes ago and she seems to be in pretty good shape. so when i came in and turned on the computer, found tradgang... this thread was the at the top of the list. I went back out and got the Pic to share.

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Martin Hatfeild TD (bearings)
Trails End (Good Medicine) RC
Wes Wallace (Mentor) RC
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Cyclic-Rivers
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Congrats on your Raccoon.

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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Jay-D
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Congrats hopefully ill get my first coon this winter they run all through the rafters in my dads horse stable

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joe ashton
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a few more and you'll be able to make a coat.

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
pronghorn long bow 54#
black widow long bow 55#
21 century long bow 55#
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SheltonCreeker
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Congrats! They make for tough targets. I shot one a few seasons back and had it mounted. Hangs right next to some of the best white tails Ive ever killed.

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"Other things being equal, it is the man who shoots with his heart in his bow that hits the mark." Dr. Saxton Pope

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Jerry Jeffer
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Hahaha, Love getting a chance at coons. Congrats!

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