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3B GUN SEASON ??

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Just wondering if the 3B season ends this sunday 11/25/07?

Last weekend i finaly got to see the Big 10 Pointer. I was on the ground doing an observation hunt. This is like only the third time i have done this in all the years i have BowHunted. Glad i did it though. I wish i could type the hole story, but cannot type that fast.

Bigest buck i have seen yet with a bow in my hand. Did not get him , but still a great sucess as i have more cool memories. I just want him to make it through the gun season down there in the woods of Welch. Then i can work for him during late season.

Good luck and be safe.

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You are right....but then it's muzzleoader too for two weeks as well. I have a few as well that I'm rooting for.

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