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Just had a spike come through at about 125 yards. Haley got buck fever and couldn’t find him in her scope when he was in 3 different shooting lanes lol. 

It’s those kind of events that make the whole process and the harvest that much better! Awesome that you guys are out together


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Great day for many!!! Congrats!!
We (party of 7!) saw $hit in Columbia county- one guy took a doe this morning but other than that we saw zip all afternoon.
Still fired up for the forum members who crushed some beauties!


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4 minutes ago, chefhunter86 said:


It’s those kind of events that make the whole process and the harvest that much better! Awesome that you guys are out together


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She’s been going with me since she was 4. I actually thought she would be fine, she doesn’t get that nervous with turkeys, she’s killed them the last 2 years in a row. 

Unfortunately we won’t get out tomorrow, both of my kids have hockey games. I’ll be out again Monday. She will be out with me again Wednesday. 

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Mine as well on Wed. I sat near her Stand tonight ,she could have killed a few out of it tonight .

My buddy is using it tomorrow morning , hope he doesn’t spook any .

Tonight they were walking around like it wasn’t even gun season, light pressure around me .

Good luck Wed. !!!

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1 hour ago, Moho81 said:

Sorry guys it’s been a whirl wind. Here is a teaser. d335067a450f8dae71847a6665bac803.jpg


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What a brute!

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7 hours ago, Moho81 said:


Damn Moog!

Go buy a Lottery ticket!

Congrats!


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Glad I didn’t buy a ticket.  Looks like you had the winner all along!

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1 hour ago, Moho81 said:

Sorry guys it’s been a whirl wind. Here is a teaser. d335067a450f8dae71847a6665bac803.jpg


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Holy crap, holy crap!  What a beautiful perfect even buck!  Way to go!  I'm buyin stock in Skittles.  

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Sorry guys it’s been a whirl wind. Here is a teaser. d335067a450f8dae71847a6665bac803.jpg&key=1af8acd9b1a7609919d1751f70aaa3ded63ebbcb583993caf29faceb4950f302


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What Wildlife Management Unit?

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Was tracking a big Bear in 3c today (I have a size 15 for reference). Also had a good buck not offer me a shot. Good day except dealing with trespassers. 

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I have no explanation for this pic come up with your own 
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I saw that movie... Twins(+ a Pygmy!)


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1 hour ago, Moho81 said:

Sorry guys it’s been a whirl wind. Here is a teaser. d335067a450f8dae71847a6665bac803.jpg


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Slammer buck - way to go Moho!

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8 minutes ago, sodfather said:

I have no explanation for this pic come up with your own 

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Cool pic guys - looks like your having fun!

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Congrats to all  who scored today....In my area, I have never heard so few shots on an opening day....Nobody I know in my local circle of friends killed a deer today..

One thing I noticed in the success pictures...Very little snow....Here there is a foot of nasty, wet snow, and the deer are not moving, and neither are the hunters....I was in my stand today from 6:20 AM to 5:00 PM and saw two itty bitty deer...

Oh well..Things can't do anything but improve....They gotta eat sometime !!..

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1840257771_2018-11-1720_12_11.thumb.jpg.80ef567a29b4723018955dff79130b9e.jpgGreat hunt tonight. Season's over...

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"It's not a passion. It's an obsession!!!" - Mossy Oak

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5 minutes ago, Steuben Jerry said:

Cool pic guys - looks like your having fun!

Oh boy. There’s trouble festering in that pic.  Have fun guys 

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7 minutes ago, Billdogge said:

Was tracking a big Bear in 3c today (I have a size 15 for reference). Also had a good buck not offer me a shot. Good day except dealing with trespassers. 

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Looks familiar... Yours is bigger but I was about 30 yards starting this Hanna Barbara cartoon in the eyeball.  I need a good cabin so I have an excuse to get a rug made.

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Connected with a decent 2.5 yr old doe at 2pm. The wife's .243 really puts a hole in them. Went 60 and crashed, worse part about it was when I dragged her out at dark there was a buck all rutted up upwind of me. He smelled to high heaven and before i knew what was going on he was gone couldnt even get a good look but I'm pretty sure he is the giant I've been after.ee25e1ac89632c86e258bf9a103fa440.jpg

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2 minutes ago, WNY Bowhunter said:

1840257771_2018-11-1720_12_11.thumb.jpg.80ef567a29b4723018955dff79130b9e.jpgGreat hunt tonight. Season's over...

Holy crap.  Wow.


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12 minutes ago, WNY Bowhunter said:

1840257771_2018-11-1720_12_11.thumb.jpg.80ef567a29b4723018955dff79130b9e.jpgGreat hunt tonight. Season's over...

Wow dude - two slammers this season.  Congrats!

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1 hour ago, Moho81 said:

Sorry guys it’s been a whirl wind. Here is a teaser. d335067a450f8dae71847a6665bac803.jpg


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Yes indeed Basil, nice rack.

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