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    beautil,overcast day. Very calm. No wind. Listening to the birds. Hunting a new found strip of pu lic land. Strip of hardwoods running between a pine ridge n a swamp. Just a hint of a breeze on occasion. Heard a rustle and a twig snap and thought I heard a buck grunt. Turns out,a chipmunk farted 60yds away. This stinks. Time to move
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    I wish you the best on your hunt. Watch out for those Chipmunks!.

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    Love the live reports!
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    Must of been a giant chipmonk to of heard his fart from 60 yards....LMAO
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    It is probably too big for him to shoot and pack out.
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    them timber tigers will get ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    beautil,overcast day. Very calm. No wind. Listening to the birds. Hunting a new found strip of pu lic land. Strip of hardwoods running between a pine ridge n a swamp. Just a hint of a breeze on occasion. Heard a rustle and a twig snap and thought I heard a buck grunt. Turns out,a chipmunk farted 60yds away. This stinks. Time to move
    So howd it go..........

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    sorry,forgot the update. didnt see anything but the farting chimpmunk all day. lol
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    Sure hope that the timber tiger did'nt raise as big a stink as the noise was !
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