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Boo
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Hello Guys
I am new to this forum, so hello to all.
What do you guys like to hunt and how well did you do this year?
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Well first of all welcome to our litlle band !!!!
I'm in Nova Scotia and hunt deer yearly . Half the fun is getting ready for it and talking about it after.
But can you answer this:
Why all the guns in Toronto?
I was there for two weeks and never seen one moose track!!!!

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Hello, I'm mrs hammmer1
Don't keep this silly bastard up all night!!!. He hasn't got the brains that God gave a goose. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Hammer1 wrote:
Hello, I'm mrs hammmer1
Don't keep this silly bastard up all night!!!. He hasn't got the brains that God gave a goose.

OUCH!! ha ha lol

Welcome Boo!

I'm from Colorado. We have elk, pronghorn antelope and mule deer in our backyard - literally! Oh yeah, and once in a blue moon a moose may wander through town...

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Hey Boo! Nice to meet you. I'm up in the Ottawa Valley, this year it was deer only, I got a nice 8pt meat buck with the rifle and a doe with the smokepole. I also fish quite a bit.

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Hr Hammer, your wife has a great sense of humor.
I live in Toronto but there is lots of hunting to do around here. I usually go to Alberta and I have been to New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado. Funny enought about your wise crack. Two weeks ago my daughter saw three deer walking along the ashphalt road and a week earlier I saw a doe walking around about ten minute away from my house. I live really close to the bluffs of Lake Ontario. I couldn't figure out how to get to them with a bow. Mr. Cool!
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What is this? Any guesses? Only one hint.... it was not taken on a game farm. Lets see some pics guys!

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Welcome to the boards!

Looks like maybe a mulie/whitetail cross.

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bnow0707 wrote:
Welcome to the boards!

Looks like maybe a mulie/whitetail cross.

Agree - looks like a whitetail rack on a muley body....

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Yes it is a mulie/white tail. He was with four does. The only part that was a white tail was the antlers. Anyone see these before? This is the second one in 13 years of hunting in Northern Alberta. Doesn't anyone else have any pictures of their animals that they took this year?
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I'm still lookin for my buck he's out there he just don't wanna come home yet. HAHA!

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