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Fishingking

Fall Hunting 2011

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so quiet around here ????????

2nd year hunting bagged this little fella 8:30am opening morning of southern zone gun season. Used a jet sled to get him out of the woods smile

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Nice deer Tim!

Yep, it has been way too quiet around here. Wheres Timmy, Doug, Kyle, Todd, Lee, Dave, Franklin, Ect, Ect...

Might just be you and me talking King, but we got to get the Forum fired back up...

Was a real strange season here. I hate to blame work but I had almost no time to hunt this year. The least I ever hunted. But I did take a doe and small buck with the bow and a small buck with the gun. Tank didnt hunt much either as he had a sinus infection for most of the archery season. He did harvest a small buck with the bow. He also got a dany 8pt opening day of gun...

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Notice the "mini" point on the left main beam...

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Well here are my bucks from this year:

Top pic is an 8 from Sauquiot NY, opening day rifle.

bottom is: last night of the hunt Ohio first shot gun season Dec 1, 2011

got 3 other does to round out a good season.

Kyle

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I've got great memories of an 8 pointer grunting and chasing 3 does at 47 yards during bow season . . . frown

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Got my first buck today on camera without antlers.I believe he is one of three that I have seen since hunting season is over.

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