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BiffleFan

Have you found that BIG BUCK YET???

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Any reports of the one you want yet? I have seen a few earlier and during the week or so of the season I actually have noticed alot of deer out. I went out on Sunday nite in the 40 mph wind and 90 degree heat. A friend of mine said it would be slow cause the weather... Then he asked me "What are you gonna do?" ""I'm goin" I said. Needless to say on monday nite he was out huntin in the rain. After he saw a picture of a Wallhanger come across his phone at about 10:00 p.m. on Sun. nite he called wondering who had sent him a pic. It was another friends phone so he had questions. Needless to say, His view on stalking a big buck on a hot Sunday nite will probably take presedence over watching a FORD WHOOP ON A CHEVY in a NASCAR race now and forever!!! I will find someone smart enuff to post pics. and tell the story in the next few days. Until then I'll be sittin on the couch eatin back straps watchin the chase!! thanks, "BIFFLEFAN"

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Not yet but soon hopefully... I have only been out twice so far. Saw does and fawns but no horny ones.....

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I havent even got in a stand yet, either too hot or two windy, mainly the heat part, my rule is if i can sit in teh stand in my underwear it is too warm out.

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Well i finally got in the stand but didn't see any deer but i did get this little coyote at an amazing 6 yards. grin.gif

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That one looks to be in pretty good shape. Afew that I have got look good, mostly young ones. I have yet to get one with the bow. Does it seem like the numbers are up that way? Shae, can I get you or someone's e-mail so I can try and send a few pics to post? Thanks.

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And yes the numbers do seem up but we will be putting the hurt on them once deer hunting is over.

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I am already tryin. Now that I am looking for them it seems alot harder to find them. Once some more of the crops come off and the snow hits it should be easier. I had some luck callin them for a few days but that has gotten tougher too. Other times I wish I had a HUMVEE with a turret and a .50 cal. with a good driver. cool.gif

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Nice "ote"

Umm ... Your fishing pic (avatar) makes you looks a little skinnier -- any idea if that can work for me?

Just kidding, my Brother! wink.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifcool.gif

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Always have to make fun of the fat kids....

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