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shae1986

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Chris,

I am having a hard time with they yote hunting and since you are in the area i thought maybe this winter if we could get together and maybe you could show me how its done. I have access to some good yote land but just dont know how to get er done. Let be know

A. Shae

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For sure we will have to go. Getting some new ammo fro my 204. I have every other week off so we should find some time. I had one by my bow stand and managed to shot over him. Tough shot as he wouldnt stop for me and when he did i had to shot quick. Missed my a mear inch. Anyway we might have to give it ago sometime soon, as i have been getting the itch. I like to get out late October a couple times when its nice, and there are a few dumb ones. What day are you done this week for mea. Maybe try one by my house one your way back home. Later

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Sorry it took me so long ot respond here but my hunting seasons are coliding here. But after this deer season is over i would be so game for you showing me your tricks. I will stay in touch with you and we can figure this else.

A. Shae

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