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Got it done in likely!

Where's Bruce?

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That's great, a hunt that's on my bucket list, but I'm curious about two things. Did you shoot him in the arse? Why are you wearing camo if you were in a blind? Was it a natural ground blind or a pop-up?
 

ABSHUNTS

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That's Awesome Congrats. Was he up on the tables? I saw a lot of antelope there. I can't hardly sleep, and I still have a month before I can chase them up there.
 

KTKT70

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Nice job. I thought the back end looked wet but kind of light red, so I figured you dipped it in that pond or water. Congrats on the hunt. Cool to do it on public land.
 

mallardslayer82

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What'd he measure?
He scored right at 70". About ur other questions it was a pop up ground blind that I brushed in with a bunch of juniper limbs I cut the morning I decided to do it. Everyone says they won't come in if u just put a blind up but if u brush it in good then it just might work. They were definitely starting at it hard core. They new something was different lol. About camo we were spot and stalking the day before. We didn't have any black clothes to wear in the blind lol
 

mallardslayer82

Well-known member
That's great, a hunt that's on my bucket list, but I'm curious about two things. Did you shoot him in the arse? Why are you wearing camo if you were in a blind? Was it a natural ground blind or a pop-up?
Ya the shot was a little back and he was quartering toward me so the exit was back. He went 45 yards and piled up! Blood everywhere must of hit an artery
 


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