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diamondman197 wrote:
im not really pickey but the folks are or id have three by now sad

I am pretty picky. If a buck is not four plus years and does not score at least 120 inches in Ga he gets a free pass. 140 on my Missouri and Kansas leases. We shoot our does as early as we can so our rut is better.
I have my sights set on a 160" here in Ga that I saw last season and have some trail pics of. I have let alot of deer walk this year, but it allways pays off.

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do you only take mature does or mature and young ones. because young ones id about what im seeing about everytime i go out

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I like to take older does out so I don't get busted as much. Those old does are as wary as any buck. I have my eyes on one doe down here that knows if a leaf has been turned over. She is number one on our hit list.
If someone asks me to shoot them a deer I will usually take the first doe that comes by if it is in the morning and the drag is not to far. They usually get a free walk in the afternoon.--- Usually that is.

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Congrats - you're definitely on fire this year. Thumbs up

Riflr season's just opening up here - Friday in NS; Sat in SK; Monday in ON. We're only allowed 1 tag (most places) so you have to be a bit picky about how you use it. Most bowhunters I know are head hunters, the does usually get a break until week 2.

I'm off 5-15 Nov and hopefully will have some pics after that.

My level of "fussiness" is directly proportional to the amount of hunting time I have left. I've decided that this year its either a wall-hanger of buck or a doe - nothing in between. The numbers back home just aren't what they used to be - gotta give the 3-4 yr olds a break.

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Muzzleloading, South-East Manitoba

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Very Nice Mazlo!!! Thumbs up

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Muzzleloading, South-East Manitoba

Nice bucks man. Good job.

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here is mine. I don't normally hunt whitetails but, I watched this one grow up and I think this was the year to shoot him. I have his sheds from last year and I think he shrunk about 6 inches. I green scored him at 185 gross he is a 6x7.

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YES, that is a very nice buck!

Mazlo, nice stuff too!

Thumbs up

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Awesome buck man!!! Thumbs up

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