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Mark Christianson

Dang poacher!!!!

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Poor guy was taken out of season. grin.gif

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Now thats just funny right there.

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Don't get to see the head on that trophy, is it a buck? grin.gif

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If I ever see that while on stand, I'd get real nervous quick!

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February? They should be fined!

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It should be noted that the hunter (deer) is not wearing blaze orange as required by hunting ethics. I bet he was hunting a canned or fenced hunt. How do these deer feel about themselves. How would they like it.

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It was also taken at night apparently...

Serious offender here, where is the CO when you need him???

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It also looks like the hunter (deer) has two spotlights mounted on it's forehead. Must have been too far back in the woods to simply shoot from the truck.

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