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On 11/10/2018 at 7:59 AM, Renegade Hunter said:

Snowing and windy here in 7m. Deer were moving. My damn cat followed me out to my stand. Sat below it meowing. Saw deer so was trying to ignore him. Hear a crunch crunch crunch coming in behind me. Look and it’s a little coyote coming for my cat! My cat chased him a few feet then came back to my tree. He starts coming back in so I fling an arrow at him. Narrow miss. He runs ten feet and stops. Then starts sneaking back in on him. He’s in thick crap but I had to fling another one just to keep him at bay. Wasted two arrows but saved my cat! 

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I joined this forum and waited a week to be approved just to quote this! 

Reminds me of the time I got excited when I heard the rustle of leaves moving toward me and out pops my family dog through the brush.  I was a good half mile behind the house too but she still found me

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Last ditch effort with the crossbow.  Hunting with the decoy on a rye plot. 

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3 fauns and a doe were right in front of my stand, they headed down hill.  Wind picked up, and I'm under dressed. Gonna have to pack in the bibs in the morning , got sweated up from the snow, and now I'm freezing.


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Got a fat doe working the saplings upwind, if she comes within 30......

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Uh oh I see somebody large in the thicket behind her 

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I got this field or i could go back to a swamp. Its the tail end of a storm and can't decide 504fc1b80c63d6203049325c2daea6e3.jpg

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Just another doe and some fauns.  Nobody came in range.  Saw a bald eagle though!


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This rain on top of last nights 13 inches of snow is posing me off lol


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That's awesome? Good luck! What does your wife drive if you drive the chick car? A truck?


CRV for her. My 3 series AWD destroys that in the snow


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Biz
i assume the boys told you already but there is an earn a buck rule in WNY.   You have to shoot a doe first.   So let that lead fly on the first slickhead you see.  


I sent my doe tag to SodFather months ago that’s good enough he said!


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Think you brought enough shit? 
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P.S. not gonna lie I'm a little ok a lot jealous. Maybe one day I'll make it to the goat and then further down the road get an invite.


Had to stop at Turco’s ahead of time for good beer so then needed ice, cooler, etc. I always come prepared. We could end up partying in Toronto for the weekend, who knows!


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Well, on my way home from fishing I was staring into the woods and saw a nice buck about 75 yds into the woods just standing and staring. I spun around and sure enough still there, I figured the truck would spook him, nope. A few minutes later a big doe stood up, aha, now it makes sense. I drove up the road a bit to see where the state land started/stopped. They were on public! I grabbed a camo vest and my bow and made a loop around them, there was another buck in there too but the bigger one was keeping him at Bay. I got to 55-60 yds and the doe had me pinned. It was too thick to take a shot, eventually the doe trotted off with both bucks in tow... Damnit! The good news is I got a few good pics with my DSLR that I'll share shortly!

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3 hours ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

Packed up. Leaving soon for the 6hr drive to WNY to hunt with TCIII and SodFather. Can’t thank them enough for letting me come hunt/stay with them. A buck would be the icing on the cake.

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Beers, Bullets, and GMan’s toekick heaters in the front seat!


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Can't wait to see you! :mosking:

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That's a wrap for early archery...glad I tagged the one I did...drawn about 8 times 

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Ready for am cva wolf will be in my hands. Dads healthy finally so hes all set,buddy from work im taking was on cloud 9 today at work waiting for tomorrow(never killed one)  Went and busted a trail open for my dad and my buddy so they new where to go and on my way back noticed deer tracks in my boot marks(was in the woods a total of 30mins).  Looked up and i see a nice 6 nudging a doe through the open timber and right past my dads stand i just put in.  Good luck and stay safe tomorrow.

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Interesting last x-bow day. Saw 1 red squirrel, 1 bunny, 1 weasel type thing,  at about 4:20, my 8 pointer I have been chasing all season came running by me weezing, blowing, grunting chasing 2 does. No shot. Came by me at about 10 yards at approx. 400 mph. Couldn't stop him....must have had something on his mind. Ugh Oh well onto the next season!

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4 hours ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

Packed up. Leaving soon for the 6hr drive to WNY to hunt with TCIII and SodFather. Can’t thank them enough for letting me come hunt/stay with them. A buck would be the icing on the cake.

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Good Luck Biz hope you shoot a slammer.Can't wait to see your Buck strapped to the top of your car.

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Another bow season gone.  1 dead coyote one buck with 1 less lung.  I suck at bow.


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12 minutes ago, Engraver99 said:

Interesting last x-bow day. Saw 1 red squirrel, 1 bunny, 1 weasel type thing,  at about 4:20, my 8 pointer I have been chasing all season came running by me weezing, blowing, grunting chasing 2 does. No shot. Came by me at about 10 yards at approx. 400 mph. Couldn't stop him....must have had something on his mind. Ugh Oh well onto the next season!

You will have to go after him during firearm season.  Bullets go even faster than 400 mph!

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