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  1. tombiasi

    tombiasi Well-Known Member

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    Nice! I just missed one about that size last week......with my bumper!
     
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    Sat in one of my ladder stands 3 days last week & watched a spike, a 3 pt. & a small 6 chase doe around, waiting for the big 8 or 10 to wander in; been in the mid to upper 70s recently, temp supposed to drop some by Friday after the tropical rain & a cold front pass the next couple of days...here's a decent one in a field next to the house from last week...
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    Glad you missed. I see almost every week what they can do to a car.
     
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    It's called "passing the buck".
     
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    "Rim Shot"
     
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    DINNER!!!
     
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    Bully!! 3652b243434d25fef636b72bd0c48110.jpg.pro-cmg.jpg
     
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    The wife seen this on the drive home
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    DW is up to three strikes.Around here you learned to drive in the "Bambi Killer". She made me bury that damn thing. The legs were a mile long. She caught me just before I decided it would take a smaller hole with the judicious use of an axe.

    The proper use of hoofed rat:

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    Nice set up dude! I had a decent work area under the upper deck a few yrs ago until the wife decided I needed to move the operation out in the tree line lol; past couple of yrs I take 'em to a pal that has a small business...
     
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    @Rik Peery

    There is a Forest campground in a rural county 60 miles away. Close to it is a deer butcher. The above image is his skinning station. The deer hunters camp on the weekend and I camp in the vacant campground Sunday to Thursday. Each year the butcher gets stiffed for the butchering fee from lay aways. I show up, pay the fee and get the meat.

    Meanwhile, back in the metro, We are overrun with hoofed rat, coyote, fox, swine,etc
    The only people who think hoofed rat are cute are those who dont live around them.

    Here's another image. This one got picked up and fees paid so I couldnt get him
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    Here’s a guy in PA today State has monsters thanks to 17 years of antler restrictions 6FEA24A4-5F16-4ACB-A850-DD03740B860C.jpeg
     
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    Good Gumby dude, dang nice one...Virginia has liberal restrictions pretty much, some clubs & leases have restrictions; mountain bucks in our area aren't huge for the most part, the farther east you go w/ more agricultural areas that grow corn/soybean/peanuts etc, the larger the bucks usually are. Had a trickle rut this year, let a pile of 'em walk, nothing over an 18" spread...***here's one a kid nailed yesterday... 130168058_3521830101197711_7597274038354414042_n.jpg
     
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    Some of our mountain bucks grow huge racks. They are rare breed about 3 miles in from the 100 yard in road hunters.

    we portage in 4 ladder stands a half mile apart 3-4 miles in. Covers bedding area, food, water, and topographic funnel.
     
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    Used to hunt the national forest when i was younger, you for sure have to get back in there lol, but did see some nice ones come out...got this 1 in '96 on a steep ridge behind the house on a saddle, 141.5/ 9 pointer, only one I ever put on the wall; hunted him off/on all bow season, got 'em 1st day of rifle at daybreak at 15 yds...
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    That’s a wall hanger! Great Buck!
     
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