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Winter meat on the Hoof

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by wingnut, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. wingnut

    wingnut New Member

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    A couple pictures of some of the fauna behind the house. I took these picture's a few days ago. Yes that is my archery target in the background, and No I don't hunt in my backyard. Although it has been tempting at times.

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  2. MrGriz

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    I think that guy in the first pic is auditioning for the roll of stunt double for your target!
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    Talk about resisting temptation........
  4. wingnut

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    No this is tempting!! Like a said I don't hunt on my property, I really enjoy watching the deer everyday. I will drive 20 miles to my hunting spot and see nothing most of the time.

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    WOW!! What a rack! That is a beautiful deer. Whew.....
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    OMG...Now that's a beautiful deer!

    How can you resist the temptation to hang that one on the wall? :roll:
  7. Willhound

    Willhound Feeling the Heat

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    I travel 9 hours south to hunt deer. Glad I don't have any like in your picture in my backyard. I'm sure I'd resist, but shake myself apart doing it. Moose, I just go 3 miles down the road....
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    I guess I'm just use to not caving to the temptation. I tell people that ask why I don't put one of the big ones on my wall, Is that it would make me a killer of deer NOT a deer hunter. I actually put out some feed so the deer will stop so I can photograph and enjoy the view. Wouldn't be much sport doing it that way.
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    Way to go Slick! a man after my own heart and a real sportsman! You will remember all the work you put into that one hard earned doe and have way more satisfaction in that hunt, than any thing you would get from just dropping one like I'm talking about. If I took one of the deer behind my house id feel like I went to the zoo and got it.
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