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TEAM 11 Discussion Thread

bj139

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I was out hanging around today but saw no deer, only squirrels and hundreds of spotted lantern flies. They are killing many trees here. I will try to get out tomorrow morning. I checked out a new spot this afternoon as I was leaving and saw fresh deer tracks and droppings. I'm going there.
 

Bowhunter5262

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Good news and bad news. Bad news, I hunted from my old reliable double man ladder stand yesterday evening. Good news, the deer at my lease are moving good now and I shot a doe. Bad news, can't claim her on the contest. Bad news, I thought I made a good shot but only hit one lung. I bumped her out of bed twice, backed out. Went back early this morning, coyotes had already tore her up.
 

bj139

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I was out Friday and recorded this. Later I was dozing, hanging turned to the left side and figured I would adjust my position to eliminate saddle sores. When I looked down to my right a small doe was looking up at me, about 10 feet away, wondering what this strange shape was up in the tree. I looked away slowly and tried to get my cell phone out slowly. By the time I got it recording, the doe was walking away slowly.
 
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Bowhunter5262

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Went this morning, hunted over a fresh scrape, saw one doe but couldn't find an opening for an arrow. This afternoon I've got my 2 children ages 8 and 6 with me. Hunted a pop up blind overlooking a small foodplot. Looks promising hopefully they can stay quiet long enough for a nanny to work her way in.
 

Hannah Nyitrai

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Went this morning, hunted over a fresh scrape, saw one doe but couldn't find an opening for an arrow. This afternoon I've got my 2 children ages 8 and 6 with me. Hunted a pop up blind overlooking a small foodplot. Looks promising hopefully they can stay quiet long enough for a nanny to work her way in.
That's what it's all about.

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bj139

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Went this morning, hunted over a fresh scrape, saw one doe but couldn't find an opening for an arrow. This afternoon I've got my 2 children ages 8 and 6 with me. Hunted a pop up blind overlooking a small foodplot. Looks promising hopefully they can stay quiet long enough for a nanny to work her way in.
Uh Oh!!! Are you wearing your saddle?
 

bj139

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I think the rules state you must be wearing your saddle while hunting. I don't know if there is a height limit while shooting.
Edit: Just checked.
1. The kill must be out of a saddle style stand, any legal weapon is allowed.
 
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