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    Came across this front axel from Model A, down in the timber, along an old road. Think that its been there for a while. We were on a deer highway, a deeply worn trail cutting thru a stand of timber.




    While following this highway ES finds a bow!



    After we finally work our way down to the flats, ( the tall 3 by's core area ) we take a rest, and hang up some of the gear we're packing.

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    sure do, man here i was stalking along when i see this flash...dang pauperizes are every where...lol an he left his bow hanging on the tree.

    took the load off as 4x5 said ..was a well needed rest sadly we went on to find a poacher was in our area...SMALL gut pile and "broken" easton axis
    n-fused arrow that they had stuck into a ceader ( by hand)

    needless to say we were not happy.. did get on some deer but just doe's and they are off limits..for us any way.

    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    is that front end intact.needing one for a rat rod.have the bucket but need every thing else.nice pics.i went hunting today and seen nothing,well i did see one sweet deer.
    GET THE POACHER

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    is that front end intact.needing one for a rat rod.have the bucket but need every thing else.nice pics.i went hunting today and seen nothing,well i did see one sweet deer.
    GET THE POACHER
    Ya know that the Poacher is now up on our hit list, about a month ago one of out trail cams was busted, looked like it was head butted, or anyway a sideways blow to it, broke one the mounting loops on the back and cracked the case causing light leaks, so all pics are whited out, we're now wondering if the poacher did'nt get caught by the cam and he took a limb to it, now have a trail cam on the gut pile, flash off, wraped in camo mesh hidden in the brush, can't see it, but it can see any movement. Doubt if he'll be back to that spot, but if he is, he'll get caught again. already pretty sure how he came into the unit, where he parked and what he drives, now just wanting a pic to go with all other info to the land owners. Really tics me off that the guy comes in there and kills one of the youngsters, I'd say a yearling, just judging by the size of the gut pile, about half the size of the pile from the D-I-L's doe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    is that front end intact.needing one for a rat rod.have the bucket but need every thing else.nice pics.i went hunting today and seen nothing,well i did see one sweet deer.
    GET THE POACHER
    Its missing tie rods, but other than that, comes complete with an 8" fir tree growing out of the left wheel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Its missing tie rods, but other than that, comes complete with an 8" fir tree growing out of the left wheel.
    yep i seen that.forgot to toss a lol at the end of my first one.wonder what happend to the rest of the car.i guess car jacking dates to way back in the day.and there still dumping them in the woods today

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    when i went on my sunday hunt up in stott mt. i saw a big whiettail doe.now that was crazy,i thought they wernt around theses parts.

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    yep ...got scaterd pockets of um up the west side of cascades...biggest heard is down around roseburg along the umpqua river basin...got some just south of us too... ever want to hunt one Ill point you to the right tag and area...
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    yep i seen that.forgot to toss a lol at the end of my first one.wonder what happend to the rest of the car.i guess car jacking dates to way back in the day.and there still dumping them in the woods today
    The front end is on an old homestead that has been in the owners family so long that the road leading to it is named after the family. So I think that one of the current owner's uncles wrecked the old model A's front end, got another one and hauled it down there and swaped it out, leaving the old and busted right there, come on down, I'll show it to ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    when i went on my sunday hunt up in stott mt. i saw a big whiettail doe.now that was crazy,i thought they wernt around theses parts.
    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    yep ...got scaterd pockets of um up the west side of cascades...biggest heard is down around roseburg along the umpqua river basin...got some just south of us too... ever want to hunt one Ill point you to the right tag and area...
    Darn GD, doing better than I am! All the whitetails I've seen so far have been smaller than our Blacktails are. Of course, that may have something to do with I only see the yearlings as future game, not shooters, part of the reason I'm so PO'ed at that poacher.
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    Ben Pearson 1968 'Cougar' 62" 45#s @ 28" recurve, parallel shaft POC, Zwickey 'Eskimo' 2 blade

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