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Shots within 150 yds in every direction including a buddy who missed.

I ain't seen 

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Beautiful morning but not much action. It's been quiet, barely heard any shots so far. Saw a barred owl swoop down into a tree at 10 yards which was cool.
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Wind just picked up here....starting to wip now...temp deff dropped a few degrees too


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Shots within 150 yds in every direction including a buddy who missed.
I ain't seen sh!t

The deer must know you won't miss if they give you a shot.


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Lots of action in my part of 8H but none by me. Shots ringing out steadily since about 6:30. Some from my woods but I have seen nothing!  Except the squirrel invasion. I'm trying to surrender peacefully....

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Just heard my Dad shoot. He's about 40 yards from me. Then I saw 2 big yotes running. I barked and stopped them but too far and behind stuff for a shot. I'm assuming he missed one of them. Unless there was a 3rd I never saw


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My youngest son shot a buck and a doe from the stand that his brother and I set up a few days ago . They both came in on the trail that I made with the atv . I saw nothing from my perch .2fff867593ee997c2d6093ec6bc34045.jpg

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Did something I never did before. I filled a doe tag on opening day. Only usually shot buck, well she's a good size doe was the biggest of the four, IMG_20161119_073503076.thumb.jpg.c66573a

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He shot them with his Savage 20 ga bolt action.

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To Err is Human - To Forgive Divine 

Neither of which is Marine Corps Policy !

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11 minutes ago, CanastotaCamo said:


The deer must know you won't miss if they give you a shot.


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Typically no not with this combo inside 100, but it's been a long crazy season already so I'm not taking anything for granted.

Gotta see one first, had 45 minute long encounter here last night...come on dinner.image.jpeg

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Real quiet now in 9m and haven"t seen a thing. Breeze picked up a little more and temp dropped few degrees

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8pt down in 4r - only about 20 shots but traffic and cars gldriving in at dawn galore 

Congrats!! Any pictures hunting 4R also


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Well neighbor just got a basket 6... About 70 yards from my blind. So moving to another end of the property

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Had a shot just down from us and 2 flats came running by. Too far and too thick for any shot op. I had a spot cleared over there too.


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Another shot from other neighbors property, just heard their quad come out. He had his nephew hunting with him. Hoping he got it. Too early to say I miss bow season already...

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My dad just texted me and said a doe and a spike just ran by him in full chase mode. Then I heard 6 shots from that direction 

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Had 3 does so far and@jmp5008 had a doe a spike and a yote nothing legal yet


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8A some shooting around me, but haven't seen a thing. Wind is starting to pick up now. 

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