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PerchJrkr

First Bow kill ever!

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heres the doe i shot last night, 11 yards. went about 100 yards and crumpled up in the bean field. muzzy 3 blade fixed made a heck of a hole goin in!! still pumped!

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i cant figure out how to get it bigger than a thumbnail??

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Good job ! Now your hooked for good.

Hey what time did they start coming out to feed last night?

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hmm i think it was about 6;30 when i started seeing em, shot it at about 7. somewhere between 15-20 deer in the field, hard to tell when they're all milling around out there!

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Congrats on your first kill--mine was last year! I am so hooked on the sport!! Best of luck through the rest of the season!!

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Congrats- awesome!

Big Pine Walleye- if you only knew how far you were from the, you'd probably shoot more... wink.gif

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congrats. always exciting. My first was last year. good work

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i got my first deer ever this year also morning of archery season start. I share in your happiness and hope me and you can find mr big now.

he he he.

addicting isnt it.

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