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harvey lee

Warm opener

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I did find one evening to hunt this weekend and it all worked out ok. I sat in a new location and within 15 minutes saw my first deer of the year from the stand. She also caught me and we had a stare down and she won. Within the next two hours I had a total of 18 deer spotted and all but two came within 25 yards but they were all very wary as they all new I was there.

With about 1 hour to go before sunset, a shooter doe happen to stroll by at 15 yards and I center punched here and after 20 yards she fell. I had 2-3 deer that hung back and wouldnt show themselves and they well could have been a few bucks.

Not bad for a few hours out for the first day of the season but she could have been a little cooler as the day temp was 90.

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Congrats bud!... time to get that meat off the bone in that heat though...

I had a lot of target kills this weekend.. LOL...I'm ready.. inside of 2 weeks now!

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That flattop was in the cooler very fast and cut up the next morning. These warm weather hunts kinda stink.

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Congats HL! Sounds like a fun one even with the warm weather. I'd bet you had the shorts on underneath the bug tamer if it was in the 90s.

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I'd much rather wait till the night time temps are cooler.. but you have to make hay.. LOL... again, congrats on the quick clean kill my brother! I hope to see some veni at a few of our Get togethers this winter.. LMAO!

I just looked in my freezer and had 6 packs of steaks left... had my parents and brother and his wife out for a great dinner... kept a few packs to keep the juices flowing.. LOL.

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Bug tamer and a pair of cut offs and thats it. Only way to keep cool. The bugs were next to none but there was a 5-10mph wind and it did pour rain for one half hour while I hunted.

I will wait a few more weeks and hopefully the temps will drop a bit.

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wait for what???? can u shoot more than one deer???

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harvey, congrats. Great start to the season.

I guess it's time to pull the bow out of storage blush.gif.

Veni loin rapped in bacon sounds good.

Dan

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I'm confused. Isn't the Archery Deer Season Opener on the 15th?

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I just looked in my freezer and had 6 packs of steaks left


....and a turkey.

Joel

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ND opener was on Friday I believe. I know Harvey's said he mostly hunts there.

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That is correct. ND opener was August 31st. Always a warm hunt for those who cannot wait.

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Nice to get that one stuck and done, eh Tom?? Now you can go get Mr. Big.

Yes, it was a warm weekend hunting here also. I've been hunting for quite a few years and I just can't get used to hunting in this heat.

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