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PostSubject: Freezer full   Fri Nov 25, 2016 3:14 pm

Well I didn't get a large buck like I was hoping for but I did get a nice fork horn that has a fairly large body for the size of the rack, It weighed 135lbs at the check station field dressed. Since my freezer is empty I am quite satisfied with it. I passed it up on opening day when it was broadside at 25 yards with head down eating one of the apples under the apple tree near my stand. Next day it came out in a different location near the back of the clearing I am watching. It was behind some brush and I couldn't see any horns. When it stepped out into the open it looked right at me and all I could see was his upper chest up. I lined up on the white patch on his neck but at the last second he turned his head and I new it was now or never. At 50-60 yards it was not a hard shot and he dropped like a rock. Season over but freezer filled. I am sorry I didn't get any field pics but I didn't have my camera and the group I am with aren't into "wasting time taking photo" when it is cold and there is work to do. The clearing I hunt is not a very big area and the group doesn't want gut piles in so we took the deer whole to the farm (5 minutes away) and cleaned it there. Their property their rules. Any ways I did get one photo of it hanging after it was cleaned out and washed with a mop.

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PostSubject: Re: Freezer full   Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:37 pm

Very nice indeed....Congrats
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PostSubject: Re: Freezer full   Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:55 pm

Congrats 4ST, good eats there, nice buck.

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