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Location: Vermont
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Vermont Rifle Season

Just wanted to wish everyone rifle hunting in Vermont Good Luck. And I hope we will see a few posts of some nice bucks Big smile

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Location: VERMONT
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Re: Vermont Rifle Season
Hunt-n-Fish-VT wrote:
Just wanted to wish everyone rifle hunting in Vermont Good Luck. And I hope we will see a few posts of some nice bucks Big smile

Where abouts in Vt are you loc. , I will be in the Brandon area Sat. My boy will be there also, last weekend we saw alot of sign there, not the animals that were leaving them though Brick Wall,) , Best of luck, and make sure you count point this year. Shame on You!

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Location: williamstown vt
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Thnks for the luck! went and didnt see a thing, not even a flag, almost like they disapeared Brick Wall,) . Sunday about fifteen min. before dark my son and i had a handful of yotes coming in to where we were sitting. Problem was that getting to satarting to get to dark to see croshairs in scope.(almost). He started to get nervous as we were heading bk out, because we were being followed.

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Location: VERMONT
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Well my boy, and I didn't see anything in the woods, but in route to my mothers to call it a night (Sunday), we spotted a 130 class 8 pointer in the open, and now my 10 year old has his first deer notch on his belt. Thumbs up

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Location: Vermont
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Congrats to your son.........would love to see a few pics. What zone did he get it in? Once again Congrats !! Thumbs up

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Location: Pennsylvania
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That counts he got it Thumbs up
My daughters chance on Saturday.

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Location: VERMONT
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Hunt-n-Fish-VT wrote:
Congrats to your son.........would love to see a few pics. What zone did he get it in? Once again Congrats !! Thumbs up

Think He got him in New Haven, east side of route 7, as matter of fact thats the route we were taking home.

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Location: williamstown vt
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Congrats to your son and too you!

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Location: williamstown vt
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Vermont Rifle Season

Well got skunked this year. Tag soup! But had an enjoyable time just the same.

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Location: Vermont
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So after 15 unsuccessful deer seasons, I have finally come up with something great to go with "Tag Soup" .......Its "Track Strew" Think Joker

1. It is very important that you start collecting tracks on opening day

2. On the last day of the season, place all of the tracks you collected in you favorite marinade.

3. Allow the tracks to marinade for at least 48 hours

4. Add potatoes & carrots, and slow cook for 3 hours

Vue la....Track Stew :\:D/

I'm going to serve this the same day I have my tag soup for lunch.

Anyways - overall it wasn't a bad year I saw 26 deer in total an improvement from the 15 I saw in '04' oh yeah I saw my first buck in rifle season ever....a spike horn......figures! Brick Wall,)

Hunt-n-Fish-VT

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Location: williamstown vt
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wow, track stew, if i had known it was posible-lol- i would have started collecting them. Big smile I only saw one doe and a big butt.

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