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    Default Wisconsin Doe harvested by Tim Austin

    Way to go buddy! Tim your diffiantly an inspiration to me.
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    Way to go TIM, thank GOD you got rid of that terrible packers HAT!!!!
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    Thanks DB and jdawg!

    It’s great when everything comes together - all the practice and 3D shoots really paid off.

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    Here she is just seconds before I shot, had to wait for her to make one step forward for the perfect shot. – I'm in the blind behind her.
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    Checking for blood and my arrow 20 minutes later – couldn’t find either so went back to the cabin and waited another hour - had some hair and watched the arrow hit so I knew it was only time.
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    Hanging her – she looks big cause I'm a little behind her.
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    Default Thats awesome set up Tim

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    Thanks DB and jdawg!

    It’s great when everything comes together - all the practice and 3D shoots really paid off.

    A few more pics

    Here she is just seconds before I shot, had to wait for her to make one step forward for the perfect shot. – I'm in the blind behind her.
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    Checking for blood and my arrow 20 minutes later – couldn’t find either so went back to the cabin and waited another hour - had some hair and watched the arrow hit so I knew it was only time.
    Wisconsin Doe harvested by Tim Austin - Bowhunting forum



    Hanging her – she looks big cause I'm a little behind her.
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    Great hunt and story.
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    Seeing pictures like this is really awesome!!!! Not only Tim whackin' one off his mobility cart, but seeing the before and after of the deer. Congratulations again Tim!
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    Tim seeing a man with a disability out hunting and successfully taking game with a bow no less is very inspiring to me. It makes me want to go out and try harder to do the things I am cabable of doing but just to lazy for a lack of a better word . You keep it going bud , as you are an inspiration to us all and congads on the deer bro . Can you gives us some details of your hunt that day . also i would like to know about your cart there is a kid here that , that typ of a machiene would be great for so he to can enjoy gods great outdoors.
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    Great deer and great story. Thanks for the pictures and sharing with the rest of us. Looks like a lot of good meals out of that one.

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    Congrats on the doe Tim, that is awesome! Great pictures!
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    thats awesome!!! But if you dont mind me asking, how did you wind up in the camo chair? I dont mean any disrespect
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    Thumbs up Nice Deer!

    CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!MEAT IN THE FREEZER, BACK STRAPS WITH THE EGGS IN THE A.M. GOOD JOB!

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    Thanks again every one!


    Quote Originally Posted by armyof1 View Post
    . also i would like to know about your cart there is a kid here that , that typ of a machiene would be great for so he to can enjoy gods great outdoors.
    The scooter started out looking like this http://www.pridemobility.com/scooters/wrangler.asp
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    It has had a few changes all for the better. This is the third hunting season with it and every time I take it out is still makes me grin ear to ear and ask why didn't I get one sooner - probably because I didn't think it would do all that good off road -the first test drive down a deer trail and over a few logs I knew it wasn't going back. I know it's not a 4 wheeler but that's ok by me, I can do without all the noise and here in Wisconsin you need to have the bow or firearm in a case unless the motor isn't running.


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    thats awesome!!! But if you dont mind me asking, how did you wind up in the camo chair? I dont mean any disrespect
    I busted my back in July of 1990 in a motorcycle accident, hard to believe I've been siting for almost half the time I've been alive. Honestly I'm not much of an inspiration , I just enjoy living and spending as much time in the outdoors as possible.

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    Great job Tim, that's a big ole doe you got there.
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    Tim, your an inspiration to more than you'll ever know

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    Congrats to ya Tim! That Doe is BIG!

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    thanks for the link and i agree jimp

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    congrats buddy!!!!
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    Great job man. the trail cam set up was awesome the pic right before she gets it was pretty cool.

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    Congrats tim way to go
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    Of the 18 months I have had a spinal cord injury......Tim has been the most impressive person I know. I mean that 100%. He has strength more than most people will ever know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tax Lawyer View Post
    Of the 18 months I have had a spinal cord injury......Tim has been the most impressive person I know. I mean that 100%. He has strength more than most people will ever know.
    You BOTH are very strong men and I am glad to call you e-friends!

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