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Bow survivor?

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by undeg01, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. dlbleak

    dlbleak Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome dorkus!
     
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    Did a double take , thought you were calling some one names LOL.
    Welcome @Dorkus , hang around man, your screen name just puts me in a good mood LOL. Dorkus maximus is one of the names me and my brother used to throw at each other!!:cool:
     
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    I figured it was a zombie deer. Someone got it but didn’t head shot it in time. Rookies.
     
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    Thanks guys. I just found this site and will hang around awhile.
     
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    Yep, deer have a LOT in common with goats. I think they're just too stubborn to admit when it is time to call it quits. We have taken a few with antler pokes that were old enough to have some developed scar tissue and was in the area where you would think it wouldve ended it.

    Seeing stuff like this is what keeps me motivated to keep pushing harder to find every last bit of accuracy and consistency in my bow shooting to feel ready for hunting season.
     

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