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    Default Whacked a little one tonight

    Little doe walked in around 4:10 this evening. I let her mill around for about 20 minutes, I was hoping some horns would be with her. The wind picked up and she started to head back to the bedding ground so I put the 30 yard pin on her and let her have it. The entrance was good and the exit took out the next to last rib I didn't think she was quarting that much when I released, all in all, 30 yard track and a deer in the truck. Backstraps are cooking now.
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    Congrats...


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    Quote Originally Posted by tnts79 View Post
    Little doe walked in around 4:10 this evening. I let her mill around for about 20 minutes, I was hoping some horns would be with her. The wind picked up and she started to head back to the bedding ground so I put the 30 yard pin on her and let her have it. The entrance was good and the exit took out the next to last rib I didn't think she was quarting that much when I released, all in all, 30 yard track and a deer in the truck. Backstraps are cooking now.
    sweet........got some pics???
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    Gotta love it when they make the tracking easy... Good Job
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAHunter11 View Post
    Gotta love it when they make the tracking easy... Good Job
    Tahts some good eatin' now enjoy and congrats on tha doe



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    I should have taken a pic of the entrance, but instead it's the exit. Like I said the exit was farther back then I wanted it to be, but the entrance was right behind her shoulder, hit the front/middle of one lung and the back of her other lung. Lost my lumenok, and one arrow on that doe, found the broken shaft sticking out of a tree on the other side of where she was standing. The Tekan broadhead seemed to hold up pretty well. One of the blades slit the ole food sack on the way through, so there was some gritty stuff in the upper chest cavity. That feels nice when it gets under your fingernails Oh well, 30 yard track and backstraps on the table. First time ever cooking fresh backstraps, they were some of the better ones I have ever had. Lazy way, cooked them on the George Foreman.
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    Mhmmmmm looks like she'll be tasty good shootin!
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    Congrats nice shootin.


    That second pic is just....wrong.


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    The bloody nose says it all. Good shot!
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    congrats on your doe.

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    Werent the straps and surrounding meat ruined from the stomach being perforated? Or was it not a big spill of stomach contents?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter2678 View Post
    Werent the straps and surrounding meat ruined from the stomach being perforated? Or was it not a big spill of stomach contents?
    Stomach contents don't spoil the meat if gutted and washed promptly. Seen many gutshot deer that were just fine on the grill or sausage.
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    I ate a buddies deer that we had gutted in the field after a paunch shot and it was NOT good....
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    Making me hungry!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter2678 View Post
    I ate a buddies deer that we had gutted in the field after a paunch shot and it was NOT good....
    I've never found it to be a problem if it's cool enough. It' swhen they lay in the sun for a while that gets them a little stinky.
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    im ready for our season to start. thanks.... now im all worked up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganHunter View Post
    im ready for our season to start. thanks.... now im all worked up!

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    CONGRATS!!!! Quick question... Does it really taste like chicken?

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    Mmmmm...............venison---its whats for dinner.


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    I'm jealous. I wish it was season here already. congrats on a good harvest. It's only the beginning. Enjoy.

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