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Old 04-22-2011, 03:15 PM   #41
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Old 04-23-2011, 04:48 PM   #42
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mestupmonkeydude.......I didn't think it was legal to shoot doe's or bucks with only a few points?
The regulations depend on what state and what county your in and they change year to year. The deer that only has 7 points is a legal deer where I hunt. It is legal because it has at least 4 points on one side. Doe's you can shoot as many as you have tags for.

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Ehhhhhhhh man those pictures make me cringe. I don't do so well with blood and organs. Looooove venison though. Yumz.
Actually its not that bad its mainly the smell that gets you. exspecially if you cut the intestines

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Awesome Pics!! I am in Alaska and love to hunt. Have taken a brown bear and a few deer. Really want to get a moose though.
Nice I wish I had the money to go after big game. Out of state licenses are expensive, plus tags, plus travel, plus butcher. it adds up quick. Im temporarly located in wyoming and i wanted to get a tag and license for elk but it would have wound up costing me around 900 for them.

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Not directly after, but you absolutely eat the meat! I have my a huge section of my freezer full of deer sausage
Not true. sometimes we'll grill the ribs and loins the day of.
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Old 04-23-2011, 04:52 PM   #43
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:19 PM   #44
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I hunt deer.

This guy is safe from me (too small for me to shoot, personally), but still fun to watch

This is off the trail camera by my tree-stand over the last couple of weeks.

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Old 11-08-2011, 12:22 PM   #45
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I used to hunt turkey, deer, and dove when I was younger. I've killed a couple deer and more dove than I can count, but I never bagged a turkey; their eyesight is amazing and they're VERY cautious about where they walk. I've grown out of it now, but it was fun at the time. I have better things to do than get up at the ass crack of dawn to go sit in a stand in 30o weather. It's about as exciting as a round of golf for me (read: not at all), but it sucks even worse because you have to get up so early.
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:25 PM   #46
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Going hunting this weekend with my father-in-law and one of my brother-in-law's. Using a different rifle this year....a 30-06 instead of the 7mm Remmy that I used last year.
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I killed two deer in one year when I was around 16. Didnt use a rifle or a bow either.
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Old 11-08-2011, 01:16 PM   #48
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I killed two deer in one year when I was around 16. Didnt use a rifle or a bow either.
The hood of your car doesnt count - thats considered an accident...lol
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I think hunting is great, as long as you kill what you eat. If not then it's pretty ****ed up.
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I think hunting is great, as long as you kill what you eat. If not then it's pretty ****ed up.
Where I live, at least, everyone eats what they kill. It's a total waste if you don't.
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The hood of your car doesnt count - thats considered an accident...lol
well Ive been hunting but never killed a deer while hunting. I guess Im not very good I just like being outdoors more so than killing shlt.
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Where I live, at least, everyone eats what they kill. It's a total waste if you don't.
same here, I have seen people shoot birds and squirrels just to kill them, which I think is ****ed up.
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Old 11-08-2011, 02:07 PM   #53
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same here, I have seen people shoot birds and squirrels just to kill them, which I think is ****ed up.
Guilty. I used to do it when I was younger (13-14). We would try to save the squirrel meat but I've killed my fare share of birds for fun. You find things to do when you're 14 years old roaming around a 1000 acre farm.
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same here, I have seen people shoot birds and squirrels just to kill them, which I think is ****ed up.
I shoot ground squirrels with my pellet gun. There's an infestation here every spring and early summer and they destroy lawns and crops and spread disease. They're no different from rats. They're fun as heck to shoot, too.
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^ You should invest in a .17 HMR if you think they're fun to shoot with a pellet gun. Easily the best varmint gun out there and a blast to shoot.
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I've never killed a deer, although I've hunted the piss out of them. The last shot I took at a deer, I shivered right before I squeezed the trigger and shot right under her.

I've killed several pheasants, two rabbits, a couple squirrels, a few raccoons, a couple opossums, and a few groundhogs. All raccoons, groundhogs, and opossums were trapped and used for training dogs. The raccoon hides were sold later on.

Of course, I had a handful of cougars.
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I hunt turkey and white tail deer. My in laws are nuts about hunting...that's pretty much all they do. My wife's uncle just completed the Big 5 of Africa and was recognized in our local safari club chapter. That guys house is like a hunting museum.
didn't you post a pic of you with a gun and one of your "victims" ? I think I remember that.
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All of the cougar comments are kinda funny - because cougar hunting is a very real thing here.
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