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#16 victor3ranger OFFLINE  

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Posted November 15, 2013 - 11:24 AM

Thanks guys

 

Taking the wife and kids out this weekend, the rut is in full swing so hoping one of them will bag one. Our fall turkey season is on as well, got the little pick camo 20ga all ready for the girls to try and take down a good thanksgiving turkey. :thumbs:


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Posted November 15, 2013 - 12:15 PM

That's  only a dream here in Michigan Kelly. Very nice buck. Congratulations.  Roger.



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Posted November 15, 2013 - 02:08 PM

Even better looking when they are feeding your family all winter.. They look great with spuds and carrots beside em.. :thumbs:


I'm not anti hunting by any means. I just don't think I could shoot them.

I bought 20 lbs of market rabbits at the fair this year. My my it was awesome

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Posted November 15, 2013 - 02:46 PM

I'm not anti hunting by any means. I just don't think I could shoot them.

I bought 20 lbs of market rabbits at the fair this year. My my it was awesome

I hear ya.. My attitude towards shooting (hunting) sure changed many years ago. I was shot through the left calf. I was 17 at the time. If i know i can't put said animal down on the first round i don't pull the trigger. No matter what it is.  I was off my left leg for 6 months. for 2 months i couldnt have my left calf lower then my heart or the pressure was painful.  I respect your look on hunting. I did not mean to come across as if i didn't. sorry that it read that way.


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Posted November 15, 2013 - 02:48 PM

No reason to apologize!!

I was just clarifying.

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Posted November 16, 2013 - 12:23 AM

That is a dandy buck,victor3ranger, what does he score?



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Posted November 16, 2013 - 12:31 AM

Great looking buck.  Our Southern Tier opens this morning.  I doubt I will go out.  Too many in the woods on that day.  I might go out mid week.


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Posted November 16, 2013 - 12:40 AM

Season in full swing here.  This unlucky buck finally made a mistake last monday and found the sharp end of a broadhead. :rocker2:

What did that beauty dress out? nice deer.. very nice..


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Posted November 16, 2013 - 12:49 AM

My Brother Brad got this Buck the first day of Bow season up in West Central IN.. It field dressed at 204lbs and scored 147. His wife helps dress it and drag it out to the truck! She's a keeper!

 

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He has passed several years on small bucks and bad shots and was rewarded for waiting this year, Way to Go Little Brother!! :thumbs:


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Posted November 16, 2013 - 08:21 AM

My Brother Brad got this Buck the first day of Bow season up in West Central IN.. It field dressed at 204lbs and scored 147. His wife helps dress it and drag it out to the truck! She's a keeper!

 

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He has passed several years on small bucks and bad shots and was rewarded for waiting this year, Way to Go Little Brother!! :thumbs:

 

Dang Brian, that buck looks bigger than 204!  Lots of eating there!  Kudo's to your SIL!


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Posted November 16, 2013 - 08:47 PM

My Brother Brad got this Buck the first day of Bow season up in West Central IN.. It field dressed at 204lbs and scored 147. His wife helps dress it and drag it out to the truck! She's a keeper!

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He has passed several years on small bucks and bad shots and was rewarded for waiting this year, Way to Go Little Brother!! :thumbs:


The deer or the wife?
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Posted November 16, 2013 - 08:52 PM

The deer or the wife?

 

:D Both, he waited a very long time to get married also. Has 1 1/2 years into his first marriage. She very good to him and loves to hunt and fish with him.



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Posted November 16, 2013 - 08:55 PM

:D Both, he waited a very long time to get married also. Has 1 1/2 years into his first marriage. She very good to him and loves to hunt and fish with him.


A man is very lucky to find a good woman. My second marriage is great. I know I don't tell her all the time but I am so grateful. She doesn't hunt but she let's me work on my hobbies and puts up with me daily. Those of us with awesome wives should be grateful

Back to the hunting stories!
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Posted November 16, 2013 - 10:27 PM

Today was opening day here.  I wanted to go, but did not.  My old 1995 Ford F150  finally gave up the ghost on the way home from work yesterday, its tranny has been shifting bad for quite some time, and now it will shift whenever it has a notion too.   That is just one of its many problems.  So, I went and  bought a good used truck today instead, a 2006 GMC 1500.  My son and I are headed for the woods tomorrow. 


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 10:27 AM

The buck has a rough green score of 186 1/4" gross.

 

Have no idea what he weighed in at, we don't have to weigh them anymore.  I do have my own scales but I couldn't find them until it was too late. He would have dressed well into the 200's.

 

It is doe harvest time for the most part now, have to refill the freezer. We process everything ourselves and deer and wild pork is mostly what we eat all year.

 

 

Brian, that is a great deer.  My wife and kids really enjoy hunting.  They all are very good at it, it has become a family ritual to restock the food supply.


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