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28 minutes ago, Dinsdale said:

Into big post counts?

Maybe thinks that means something else?

Could be she thinks I'm active in other ways???? IDK??? Anyways..... no contact for me......sigh......

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5 minutes ago, WNYTRPR said:

She told me she only messaged the guys who actually scored on the harvest thread ...Something about looking for a real man ??

Apparently, she don’t care too much how big they are, since she hit me.  If she were super selective, she would hold out for the likes of fsw. 

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8 minutes ago, wolc123 said:

Apparently, she don’t care too much how big they are, since she hit me.  If she were super selective, she would hold out for the likes of fsw. 

No,all his attention would go towards antlers and not her .She knows better

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3 minutes ago, Just Lucky said:

All about the pursuit of the smartest animal in the woods, a mature Buck.

I have a harder time with mature does, than mature bucks, so I would rate them as “smarter” by a long shot. Killing a mature buck just comes down to being in the right place at the right time and sometimes passing up on a small one first.  Killing a mature doe, takes a lot more hard work and knowhow, at least for me.  
 
My harvest numbers back that up.  If we consider “mature” as 2.5 years, then I have killed (6) mature bucks and (3) mature does over the last (6) years, along with (1) 1.5 year old buck and (1) 1.5 year old doe.  (4) of those older bucks were at least 3.5 years old, as were (2) of the does.  

Mature bucks may be “smart”, for 50 weeks of the year, but those other 2 weeks are very often their undoing.  Sorry, I only got a picture of one of those older does on my phone, but I do have all of the bucks:

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I am thankful that I don’t have what it takes to consistently kill older does, and that the old bucks are way easier for me to kill.  Those bucks are a lot easier for me to process.  I hate spending all that extra time that it takes me to trim out the doe fat, almost as much as I hate it sticking to the roof of my mouth, when I butcher and eat them.  
 

 

 

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I have a harder time with mature does, than mature bucks, so I would rate them as “smarter” by a long shot. Killing a mature buck just comes down to being in the right place at the right time and sometimes passing up on a small one first.  Killing a mature doe, takes a lot more hard work and knowhow, at least for me.  
 
My harvest numbers back that up.  If we consider “mature” as 2.5 years, then I have killed (6) mature bucks and (3) mature does over the last (6) years, along with (1) 1.5 year old buck and (1) 1.5 year old doe.  (4) of those older bucks were at least 3.5 years old, as were (2) of the does.  

Mature bucks may be “smart”, for 50 weeks of the year, but those other 2 weeks are very often their undoing.  Sorry, I only got a picture of one of those older does on my phone, but I do have all of the bucks:
37EA6696-13D9-4E16-BD1D-53186565A43B.thumb.jpeg.7d2811bc9174114408fb6d045f9b7370.jpegB8F611E1-AB49-4EF7-9264-8764030D8C61.thumb.jpeg.6283e5294c18bbf2264137b8fdffb099.jpeg025AF57F-D6A8-464E-92D0-E669ADC271F1.thumb.jpeg.b652b0bcc842e556aae279fc2ca6ce92.jpeg
I am thankful that I don’t have what it takes to consistently kill older does, and that the old bucks are way easier for me to kill.  Those bucks are a lot easier for me to process.  I hate spending all that extra time that it takes me to trim out the doe fat, almost as much as I hate it sticking to the roof of my mouth, when I butcher and eat them.  
 
 
 

Check out the fat on this girl shot on Dec 14 this year.
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And while the fat is significant, it peels out super quick and doesn’t seem to make the processing longer or more challenging-if anything your edible yield may decrease post-chest girth measurement, no?


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19 minutes ago, crappyice said:


Check out the fat on this girl shot on Dec 14 this year.
f8818898dff2f12c8cf11db5fc87f299.jpg

And while the fat is significant, it peels out super quick and doesn’t seem to make the processing longer or more challenging-if anything your edible yield may decrease post-chest girth measurement, no?


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This one had fat like that too , you’re right , it peels off easy

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