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Todd Caswell

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Dont shoot it u may get them boys in the QDM section upset about shooting a deer thats not a 170 class buck......somebody else 3 miles down the road might think they raised it so its theirs.

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Dont shoot it u may get them boys in the QDM section upset about shooting a deer thats not a 170 class buck......somebody else 3 miles down the road might think they raised it so its theirs.

After one of these come Saterday, picture from my gound blind this afternoon would have made for a nice shot

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Dont shoot it u may get them boys in the QDM section upset about shooting a deer thats not a 170 class buck......somebody else 3 miles down the road might think they raised it so its theirs.

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Todd,

Those are some nice photos. I'm assuming your hunting with your bow and not a ML. Good luck with that.

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Dont shoot it u may get them boys in the QDM section upset about shooting a deer thats not a 170 class buck......somebody else 3 miles down the road might think they raised it so its theirs.

Man the meat hunters are attacking every thread these days. Go get him Todd, nice looking buck and really a nice photo too.

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WOW, nice pictures, what camera?

Nice job!

Thank you Pictures were taken with a Cannon 50D/ Cannon 70-200mm F/4L lense

Saw this guy on Saterday Evening, about 200 yards South of the other buck

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Todd those are some really neat pics I must admit, and I'm envious. The quality is amazing.

But I have one question for you. I thought I seen something you posted regarding shooting the first doe that came by in front of your muzzle loader/ground blind or mentioning anything (buck wise) after gun season was over. Please dont take this wrong but why the change of heart?

Maybe I miss-read your previous post?

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The FLU, just didn't feel good enough to go sit in the woods. The Doe I saw as I was putting up my ground blind, the bucks are in a posted area.

Hope to get out this weekend, if work doesn't interfer.

There was acually a spike and a fork with that second eight, four bucks for sure living in a small 15 acre piece..

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