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    Default Ridge Hunter and blacktail

    The new ridge hunter drew blood nice blacktail doe. used a 4 blade buzzcut for a quick kill. l love my martins. One more tag to fill for my boy.
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    Well done and Congrats.!

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    Congratulations on the doe, and Welcome to the Martin Forum!!

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    thanks guys this is a good place to be.

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    Welcome and congrats! doesn't get better then that!


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    those buzzcuts really do work...I had a passthrough on a quartering too shot, at 41 yards...through a rib, out the hindquarters, and the arrow layed in the grass another 6 yards farther...

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    Nice doe.
    Coastie hunter. where are you from? Only 3 states have blacktail deer, California, Oregon, and Washington.
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    That is a lush green color in the pictures. I think you can rule out California Elkslayer.
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    Well, we can rule out California only because you can only take a doe in a special hunt there, and as for the lush green, my yard is too. Just guessing but don't think ch had his daughter along, so I think the camera was at home. I moved here in April from Northern California. Mendocino Coast. Green there all year long, very mild climate.
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    Silly me forgot about the coast. I spent 16 years in NorCal, I still think that is too green for inland Cali.
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