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    Senior Member Daniel Boone's Avatar
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    Default Good evening in the woods tonight

    Video Couple of small bucks. Actually this is the second group of small bucks.

    Black Squirell
    Doe right under me
    Small buck came by late.

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    Doe very close
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    Great videos DB, keep posting them. I really enjoy watching them.

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    Default Deer are on the move

    Quote Originally Posted by dicksenn View Post
    Great videos DB, keep posting them. I really enjoy watching them.

    Richard

    There getting it on there mind. First two four points were chasing a small yearling doe.
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    That doe was one of the cutests one I have seen in a while
    man she would have been hard to shoot.
    NOT



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    Looks like your set up is A PERFECT PLACE WHERE THA DEER ARE TURNING AND ARE ANTISIPATING SOMETHING UP AHEAD
    THESE ARE GREAT PLACES TO AMBUSH THESE CRITTERS
    Here in tha mnts I use the point of ridges or deadfalls or where tha trees turn into open areas



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    Hey DB, was the video of the two forked horn, the dynamic duo we seen?
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    that makes me feel like i went hunting now... lol nice vids.

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    The beauty of God's creation.
    Life is good.
    very nice
    the feel and the flow

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    Great videos. I'm going to have to start taking my video camera mow..

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    Thanks for the fix,I have not been able to hunt the last couple of nights...I felt rite at home in the woods when watching.... I needed that...
    To become a Bow Hunter,you must become a Archer first !!!

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