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    Yep they are all over and around the house. Front yard back yard but they are too small!!!!




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    But they are sooooo tender!.

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    One bite and they would be gone
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    Bone the whole thing out, marinate in Whoceshire and Garlic for 3 days and put in a smoker for 6-8 hrs. Serve with your favorite wine or beer and eat it.

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    Darn it!. I read this post now I have to go make something with my venison!. I got hungry!.

    Quote Originally Posted by bob cooly View Post
    Bone the whole thing out, marinate in Whoceshire and Garlic for 3 days and put in a smoker for 6-8 hrs. Serve with your favorite wine or beer and eat it.

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    It takes big ones to make little ones, you do know why its called HUNTING instead of deer shooting, right?
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    Hutch it looks like they are stalking you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdodraw29 View Post
    Hutch it looks like they are stalking you...
    More like sticking their tongues out at me! Rotten little critters! But wait till they are bigger.



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    I almost killed another Muley 3x3 this morning. He was way fatter than the buck i killed.











    At 65 mph on the highway. He came across the highway at full speed. All I saw was a flash of gray. I think a yote or something was after him. He was booking it. I hit the brakes at 65 and the ABS kicked it. It was all Slow motion from there. He should have ended up in the front passenger seat. I really have no clue how I just tapped him on the rear. He kept on going. No damage to the car. Some hunter in the sky was looking out for me this morning.

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    Those spots aren't aiming dots. lol Must have been a late rut last year, since we are overrun by spotted fawns still here. I've seen several in the last week, and dad called today and had 2 in his backyard at 10 this morning. Figure the warm weather last fall made for some late breeding.
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