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Some want 10's. Some want 12's. My bucket list buck is a giant 6.

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You and me both, this one still haunts me in my dreams! Had him in bow range 5 times in 2 years and never got a wack at him. c32bd4b6a47aa6af22801f97c2866f36.jpg


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4 hours ago, Fletch said:


I’m actually in Terrebonne outside of Montreal and headed west to Quebec after this meeting for one there tomorrow morning. Poutine is on the menu though lol!


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I read that the Weed Shops are open in Quebec now.....if you lean that way. 

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22 minutes ago, rachunter said:

I’m calling it a day. Been sitting in rain all day only thing I saw was a weasel. Hopefully tomorrow will be better. 

Its miserable. Tomorrow's weather looks good.

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12 minutes ago, halfnelson said:

Ya sure it wasn't a ferret?  hahahaha

It sure looked like one. It was black and white I always thought they where small  this one was as long as a cat. 

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8 minutes ago, rachunter said:

It sure looked like one. It was black and white I always thought they where small  this one was as long as a cat. 

Long tailed weasels won't turn white for awhile yet   And tip of tail will be black   Long as a cat says not weasel either

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8 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Long tailed weasels won't turn white for awhile yet   And tip of tail will be black   Long as a cat says not weasel either

To be honest I’ve never seen a weasel before other then that one. It was twice the size of this one under my house. But looked the same. 

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They just got this guy for baiting with apples lol f78af80f6add5797fa8e5a6ab680da66.jpg


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I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

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Looking forward to tomorrow and a new stand to try out. Been a much slower year for me, need something to make a change. 

Saw a big buck right near there a few days ago, never know.   

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This break in the weather has them up and moving for sure,been out since noon and seen 5 deer out of my range.Driving home the once empty fields are getting more action than they have most of the season.Giving it another try in the morning.

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Just re-arranged my schedule.  Work tomorrow morning.  Hunt tomorrow afternoon and Wednesday morning.  That will be it for me for bow.  Hoping to see some bucks on their feet.

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6 hours ago, TreeGuy said:

Some want 10's. Some want 12's. My bucket list buck is a giant 6.

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He wasn't a six but if he stepped in front of me he was getting it. Never saw him or got another pic of him after this one.

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Rubs and scrapes all over the place out there. Saw 8 deer tonight. 6 doe, a fawn and had a six point literally right under me. The first doe I saw came from down the ridge. Came up to me and bleated. Then I see this little fawn come running down from up the ridge. He went right to town on momma. Got some great video of it. Not sure how to post it. Awesome sit for me. Already filled the buck tag, holding on to the doe tag so I can enjoy the woods a little more. Good luck everyone. 

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"We should encourage rifle practice among schoolboys, and indeed among all classes, as well as in the military services by every means in our power. Thus, and not otherwise, may we be able to assist in preserving peace in the world. The first step – in the direction of preparation to avert war if possible, and to be fit for war if it should come – is to teach men to shoot!"


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Took some screenshots from the video. Wish I could post the fawn video. He was going nuts on that thing till momma put an end to it. 

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"We should encourage rifle practice among schoolboys, and indeed among all classes, as well as in the military services by every means in our power. Thus, and not otherwise, may we be able to assist in preserving peace in the world. The first step – in the direction of preparation to avert war if possible, and to be fit for war if it should come – is to teach men to shoot!"


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Saw nine deer this afternoon. Seven flat heads, and two small bucks. All were just feeding. No sighting of the big buck I saw trailing a doe yesterday. Off work on Friday. Hope to see more rut activity then.

I'm pretty sure, where I was tonight, will be my opening day of firearms spot! My hunting partner built it for me back in September. Very large and thick swamp below, and a huge buckthorn bedding area on the other side. Got mowed trails and food plots in between. We were up there together and I pointed out a spot and said, right there would be the perfect spot for a stand! Next time I went up there, it was up! I have the best hunting partner! We rode the same school bus together! Have been best friends since 12 years old. Between us we've killed hundreds of deer. After every one, there was always a handshake and a bro hug. Our wives say we'd be lost without each other. They're right.20181029_204818.thumb.jpg.bbb520f2be14b142ae35747ed8a91144.jpg

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They just got this guy for baiting with apples lol f78af80f6add5797fa8e5a6ab680da66.jpg&key=db99d6e36e93cd9f5b4d663aef6ac226d4ee56f583383fdebb455a7bfeae0e86


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Haha I was watching it too, how about the apple pile they spotted from the plane? It was a dump truck load

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