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  1. Mayor of Seneca

    Mayor of Seneca Elite Refuge Member

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    It's been quiet without Yuky stirring up the Pot:dv :l :dv

    He's in Somerset Co deer hunting with camo teeth:rolleyes:
     
  2. Mayor of Seneca

    Mayor of Seneca Elite Refuge Member

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    Yuky left me a measage


    ................."Yukster got a Buckster" .......................


    Nothing about how many points or weight so it must have been a button buck:yes :eek:
     
  3. yuk

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    ....got my message, Steve?:) I took a 151# 8 point on monday morning.
    I let another member hunt my field stand Monday night and he took a 178# 13 point, massive buck!!! You really think you love waterfowling more than anything, until Rifle season comes in and you meet up with all your club members/friends the day before opening day with high hopes and stories to be told.......before you know it the week is over and the season is gone for another year.:( Very depressing, but can't wait for next year. :tu

    My club total so far was 18 deer from 12 guys
    2 big buck
    a few smaller bucks (spikes and 3 pointer)
    remainder were does,
    .......still a few hanging out to the very end so the totals may go up.
    We took 26 last year.

    .....Thanks Steve, glad you missed me.:nutz
     
  4. yuk

    yuk Guest

    ..this one is kinda poor, take'n on a picture phone, but it shows my buck and the other fella's 13 pointer.:) [​IMG][/url][/IMG]
     
  5. CUPT-N-COMING

    CUPT-N-COMING Elite Refuge Member

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    Nice deer Yuck!!:tu Enjoy the comradarie and good times thats what huntings all about. Good luck to the rest of your club.

    But where was old camo tooth????
    Was she at the dentist getting the new HD fronts put in:l :l
     
  6. yuk

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    .....as far a Camo teeth goes, when you have a set of choppers such as hers, a dentist can't help you. You'll need a few scientists and a contractor!!!

    ...........that's what she's doing today, opening bids for the job.:nutz
     
  7. rbr

    rbr Elite Refuge Member

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    Yukster, did you get a chance to scout for ducks while
    you were down that way?

    Bert
     
  8. yuk

    yuk Guest

    ......As a matter of fact, I did. Only on the Wicomico though. Place is thick with geese and Teal, only saw a handful of mallards, maybe a few blacks, but not possitively identified, and surprisingly alot of woodies on the Monie....nothing worth making the run, for me anyway...........hope that helps a little.
     
  9. rbr

    rbr Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks Yuk, I'm planning to hunt the 1st 2 days of the
    split and haven't decided where to go yet.

    I know a nice honey hole just off the Monie you can
    walk into but I think I leave it till geese come in cause
    it's a good spot for them. I'm wondering if any one is
    seeing divers down there.

    Bert
     
  10. yuk

    yuk Guest

    .......I wanted to take a ride to Deale and glass the mouth of the Wi, Monie point and Ellis Bay, but never got around to it. I'm sure there are good numbers of divers there, even though the weather has been sub-parr, you know they're feeling they're oats. I saw good numbers of Blackheads and butterballs since late Oct-mid Nov. from Carroll Island to Chesapeake Beach while seaducking. I'm willing to bet Bloodsworth Is. is getting thick with cans.........it always does. I'll be in cambridge sometime this week and plan to glass Roasted Ear for ducks. I'll let you know.:)
     

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