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Old November 28th, 2018, 04:58 AM
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deer season winding down

after this weekend got one more week of muzzleloader hunting left here in upstate new york .was wondering how all you deer hunters made out ?we didnt get any big racks this year ,but plenty of venison for the freezer.i was going to post a pic but looks like things changed while i was away .will have to figure that out first
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Old November 28th, 2018, 05:01 AM
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Old November 28th, 2018, 06:08 AM
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One Doe. First deer ever. I used to let them walk by but that's never seemed to pay off. Not sure if I'm going to make muz this year. Looks like you did pretty well. Never made it to the Adirondacks this year but my brother said there were lots of does on the south west side of Hamilton county, but no horns to be seen. The local "all season" hunter is out of the area for the last 2 years and living in Ohio, NY, so the population is making a come back. The norm was seeing zero to a few does at best. Who knows, a few more years and we might be seeing some racks in the area again.

On another note wolves and moose have moved back into the area again. Locals have seen the wolves and I don't hear coyote any more, personally I've only seen the moose. Looks like the park is making a comeback in a big way.
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I blasted a 13 in Texas earlier this month. Was fun.




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Old December 1st, 2018, 10:58 PM
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my son got a 6 pt and an 8 pt, neither one hurt his truck very bad grille and headlight cover.lol 8 pt came out of a ditch hit his head on the wheel, broke his skull and the sons valve stem. got all of him, the other a day later didn't do anymore damage to the truck but couldn't get any meat from him. but the freezers full,so I don't think we will hunt this year.
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Illinois was good to me this year. Shot this on November 29th.


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Nice Tim. Congratulations.
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nice buck Tim
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Old December 3rd, 2018, 11:34 AM
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Shot this heavy 8 in MO
IL has been slow, and bad weather.
one more Muzzle weekend ahead.
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Very nice bucks ! Congratulations
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Old December 3rd, 2018, 04:21 PM
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Nice buck 69455! Definitely lots of snow & rain.
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Old December 5th, 2018, 07:42 PM
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Nice! Congrats 69455
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Originally Posted by oldolds88 View Post
my son got a 6 pt and an 8 pt, neither one hurt his truck very bad
That's amazing. Most times I hear about thousands of dollars in damage to the vehicle. Glad y'all didn't trade a vehicle for some venison!

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It still cost thousands of dollars, just more fun.
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That's amazing. Most times I hear about thousands of dollars in damage to the vehicle. Glad y'all didn't trade a vehicle for some venison!
he hit a culvert shortly aftr getting the truck,so he went out an got this monsterous wraparound bumper. I probably should get one too
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