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  • Doco Overboard

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    Congratulations.
    Looks like he suffered a damaged peticle, then later, a broadhead. ;)
    Pretty soon the other team is going to need ear protection in a few weeks.
    I didn't see a thing worth shooting during ML though was pretty disappointing.
    No problems with any exit hole either.
    Wasp jack hammers are getting pretty thin these days, if there are any out there maybe someone can say where some may be located.
    This one isn't that much for size but pretty unique for a rack.
    Makes it harder to saw the skull in two I think when they get those down stickers on em.
     

    outrider58

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    Jul 29, 2014
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    Pretty soon the other team is going to need ear protection in a few weeks.
    I didn't see a thing worth shooting during ML though was pretty disappointing.
    No problems with any exit hole either.
    Wasp jack hammers are getting pretty thin these days, if there are any out there maybe someone can say where some may be located.
    This one isn't that much for size but pretty unique for a rack.
    Makes it harder to saw the skull in two I think when they get those down stickers on em.
    Might be knockoffs, but any port in a storm...

    Amazon product ASIN B006NO5V92
     

    GutPile

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    Jul 4, 2016
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    Spotted this little dude making a scrape about 60 yards out from my stand tonight. Let out a grunt just to F w him. He came within 20 yards of me and started huffing/puffing looking for a fight and proceeded to do the best he could to wreck up a log w his dink antlers showing the ghost buck he is a big boy too. I love trolling them. Wasn't going to unload my muzzle loader into him being doe only and all.
     

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    Doco Overboard

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    Spotted this little dude making a scrape about 60 yards out from my stand tonight. Let out a grunt just to F w him. He came within 20 yards of me and started huffing/puffing looking for a fight and proceeded to do the best he could to wreck up a log w his dink antlers showing the ghost buck he is a big boy too. I love trolling them. Wasn't going to unload my muzzle loader into him being doe only and all.
    How bout it.
    Let em grow a little bit and get em when its right.
    Too many slobs out there already.
    I watched my oldest lad pass up a monster 6 point stag last week.
    Because it was 10 yards over the line on this right of way we hunt.
    He told me afterwards when I asked him why he let it go, I killed enough already to not be a punk.
    That's how I know I raised the real deal and not some weekend opportunist or tenderfoot wannabe.
     

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    cww

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    Jan 28, 2010
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    DOCO that is a cool buck congrats.
    I’d be game on a lease depending on its location, etc. I’m down to one spot and who knows when that will get taken or sold.
     

    outrider58

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    How bout it.
    Let em grow a little bit and get em when its right.
    Too many slobs out there already.
    I watched my oldest lad pass up a monster 6 point stag last week.
    Because it was 10 yards over the line on this right of way we hunt.
    He told me afterwards when I asked him why he let it go, I killed enough already to not be a punk.
    That's how I know I raised the real deal and not some weekend opportunist or tenderfoot wannabe.
    :thumbsup:
     

    BigCountry14

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    I think they are messing with me. Two days in a row, daylight in front of my blind. Both probably get the pass (second one is borderline), but its good to see the movement.
     

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    BigCountry14

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    Jan 17, 2013
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    Too bad you don't have your crossbow with you...
    I'm sitting at my desk. That's a camera in front of my blind at home. Both pics are same location, just zoomed in on the one. Killed my biggest buck there on 11/1/20.
     

    outrider58

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    Jul 29, 2014
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    Watch it,
    We may have to build some parquet boardwalk into some SH&thole nether-land god forsaken swap lands.
    Retired guys, have all the time and the money for even an Argo I've been told.
    Or something along those lines.
    I wish that were true, Lol!
     

    lazarus

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    Jun 23, 2015
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    Watch it,
    We may have to build some parquet boardwalk into some SH&thole nether-land god forsaken swap lands.
    Retired guys, have all the time and the money for even an Argo I've been told.
    Or something along those lines.
    Divorced guys also have extra time on their hands and I am happy to lend of some that for a worthy cause :innocent0

    Well the time. I am only going to have half the money.
     

    outrider58

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    Jul 29, 2014
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    At least you could be eligible for a senior license.
    Save the rest for some frogg toggs maybe.
    Most will be working in some capacity their entire lives the way things are now!
    We can let the rich guys just drive them to us is my plan.
    I did get my senior license, both hunting and fishing, this year.

    When I was young, deer hunting in western Md(public land), I'd go all the way to the pack of the area in the dark and let all the hung-over knuckleheads push the deer to me. Worked pretty good, especially when it was good and cold. Them teeth get to chattering, they would have to get up and walk around to warm up, pushing deer all the while.
     

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