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What kind of mileage does YOUR deer stand get?

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Gotta love deer hunter ingenuity - only comes in second behind ice fisherman, IMO.

I took this picture on my way home from deer camp yesterday afternoon just a couple miles from our camp.

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That is simply awesome.

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the problem is you can't shoot from your vehicle!! LOL grin.gif that would be sweet just bring a heater and all you have to do is roll down the window and shoot!

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Reminds me of the Jeff Foxworthy "Incomplete Deer Hunter" series. "I'm Willie, and I'm Billie, and this is Spotlight on Deer!"

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Thank godness at least they keep money here buying American brands.... grin.gif

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