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    tough hunting for sure... good luck randy..

    amazing bucks down there

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    Default It is a tough hunt but funtime because you know there there.

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyD View Post
    Thanks Richard, I sure hope so. Success rate is awful low there. I would just be glad to just see one let alone get an opportunity to take a shot at one.
    First time I ever hunted with a bow was at Mcalester Depot. Man was I hooked on deer hunting. Best special hunt in the state in my opionion.
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    thats cool guys I was just wondering......

    I wouldnt even bother getting in the "pool" I have enough trouble with my compound, would hate to wound one with a recurve......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyD View Post
    Thanks Richard, I sure hope so. Success rate is awful low there. I would just be glad to just see one let alone get an opportunity to take a shot at one.
    The first year I went, there was about ~25% success for that weekend. Almost 50 deer on the ground in one weekend with sticks and strings. We studied aerial photos of the area before we went. Basically just tried to find some hidden little funnels and it paid off pretty well.

    Looks like the weather will cooperate for you, so hopefully it will be a good hunt and you'll see lots of deer.

    Best of luck to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    thats cool guys I was just wondering......

    I wouldnt even bother getting in the "pool" I have enough trouble with my compound, would hate to wound one with a recurve......
    That's basically why I quit putting in for it. I'm normally a compound shooter and when I would get drawn for that hunt I would have to practice with the recurve alot to get good enough to kill a deer consistently at 15 yards. I'm too lazy now to dedicate my summer to shooting a recurve. I don't want to go unless I'm 100% with the weapon.

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    Default Really been a good deal for the sport of recurves

    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    thats cool guys I was just wondering......

    I wouldnt even bother getting in the "pool" I have enough trouble with my compound, would hate to wound one with a recurve......
    They have annual recurve shoot at this gith ever year. It draws so amny shooters it amazing. Good for recurvers and real archers. I respect anyone that can harvest a deer with a recurve.
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    Wow, I am going there Halloween weekend. I have never been down there. I am going to be in deer creek. If anyone knows about that area let me know. Again that is a great deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soonerboomer View Post
    Wow, I am going there Halloween weekend. I have never been down there. I am going to be in deer creek. If anyone knows about that area let me know. Again that is a great deer.

    Is hunt on the Boggy side or close to that end if your hunting deer creek
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    Wow, thats a nice take....
    He's a beauty...

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    Default drawed for deer creek at McAlester AAP

    does anyone have any suggestions or advise for hunting deer creek? Ive hunted one of the other areas but never Deer creek, any advise would be appriciated..thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by k9lawman0044 View Post
    does anyone have any suggestions or advise for hunting deer creek? Ive hunted one of the other areas but never Deer creek, any advise would be appriciated..thanks

    Deer Creeks full of does usually. I always liked the side close to Boggy.
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