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woody1975

The Sweet Redemption buck is back home!

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Some of you may remember that I was pretty excited when my daughter harvested her first deer last year.

Here is a picture of her mount and I think it turned out awesome.

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wow he's a dandy!! how old is your daughter? our daughter is 12 and just finished her hunters safety, so hopefully next year she'll drop the hammer on a nice buck,, congrats to her!!! oh I do love to see this!!! great mount!!!

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She is 12. She hunted Sat, Sun, and then we decided to go on Tuesday morning too. I was so proud of her. She hunted a long time in nasty weather and I kept asking her if she was cold or if she wanted to go. ( This was her hunt and I made sure she knew that she was in charge - I would stay as long as needed or leave any time she wanted to.) She truly earned that trophy.

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well howdy do!! congrats to the young lady!!! our kids are the same age, I know my gal is ready to go for this fall, her dad bought her a new 308 for the ocassion,, it should be a good time,, we usually go camping for 10 days,, it's a hoot!

awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!

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A very nice buck and a great one for a first. Now it will be a tougher task to upgrade.

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very nice deer congrats. tougher task maybe but fun challange as well.

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