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    Quote Originally Posted by Double S View Post
    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.
    Sounds like he almost got you. Thankfully it turned out as it did. Glad you're ok.
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    Okay Okay! I was going out to get in the car this morning. Its pitch black outside and I push my remote to unlock the doors and the headlights came on like usual. But I had deer in the head lights suddenly they all ran off. Whats up with that? I just wanted to invite them for dinner.





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    Oil the the garage doors! Remember archery is about being stealthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Oil the the garage doors! Remember archery is about being stealthy.
    Don't have to worry about that, because there is no garage to have doors on.
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    Yep they are all over!
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    keep after it the bucks well show soon enough. we walked up on a few today son was stoked...looking for the big guy
    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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