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    Default 20th bow season 1st buck!

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    Thought it was a booner when he came cruising by, but definitely happy with my first bow buck! Didn't put much time looking at his bones while on the hoof- only thinking about 1 thing how was i going to kill him and find a shooting lane now! rattled him in 3 days before gun season on public land!
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    Well done and congrats. Looks like a sweet shot!.

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    middle of the heart. too close for comfort. aiming for lungs from now on. made a lot of shots never heart shot one before pretty small target. didn't go very far though
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    He's hanging now so it's all good. I'm a low armpit shooter myself. I follow the leg straight up to 1-2 inches below the pit and shoot. if he doesn't move it's heart if he Drop, It's lungs. The Muley's I hunt never duck..they just stand there. lol

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    middle of the heart. too close for comfort. aiming for lungs from now on. made a lot of shots never heart shot one before pretty small target. didn't go very far though

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    yea i don't why theres so many muleys when they all stand by the road during shooting hours all the time!.
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    Congrats on the Harvest Boo!



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    Nice job, Congrats!!
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    Wow that was a awhile,but persistance pays off,nice buck congrats.
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    great buck...good for you way to stick to it
    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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    Congratulations on your first bow buck. How did you feel after you recoverd him? Nice looking deer.
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