Deer season

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by Lab JR., Dec 3, 2009.

  1. Lab JR.

    Lab JR. Refuge Member

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    Well how is the deer hunting coming for everyone. It was horrible for us here we barly saw any deer and since its been so warm they dont want to move around at all. Our rifle season ended on the 30th.:( We got our first snow today here so hoping that me and my buddy can get out soon and get a nice one with his bow and maybe with the new muzzleloader.:D
     
  2. gunaduck

    gunaduck Elite Refuge Member

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    My buddy dylan (schulzy on here) shot this buck last week in montana. he shot a bigger one last year but they missed the rut so didnt see any huge ones like last year. one of his buddies shot a Droptine before he got there. He had seen it the year before but never got to shoot it.. He was pretty ****ed to see droptine mounted.
     
  3. Lab JR.

    Lab JR. Refuge Member

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    awesome
     
  4. duckkiller15

    duckkiller15 Senior Refuge Member

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    nice deer I shot a 175-200 lb doe on nov. 24
     
  5. gunaduck

    gunaduck Elite Refuge Member

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    200 hundred ound doe?
     
  6. duckkiller15

    duckkiller15 Senior Refuge Member

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    yeah field dressed it was roughly about 150

    It was a FAT doe she was covered in fat
     
  7. refuge birddawg

    refuge birddawg Senior Refuge Member

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    I had two close encounters with big bucks. One was proly 170 class and he had a 6 or 7 inch drop tine comin off his right main beam, the other one got shot by the neighbor and it was 21 inches inside. The poor old guy had a heart attack when he walked up on it, but he lived. Other than that I shot three does. All of them ranged from 150 to 180.
     

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