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 Post subject: Amos 2013
 Post Posted: Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:52 pm 
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Not much of a story here I shot a decent doe at about 35 yards with my bow and went to looking for blood with minimal amount on the ground. Went and grabbed Amos and 100 or so yards later he had her at the end of her trail. ImageImage


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 Post subject: Re: Amos 2013
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Nice start!

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Thanks bud


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 Post subject: Re: Amos 2013
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Nice little warm up... ;)

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What a way to end a hunt!

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way to go. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Amos 2013
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Good deal I have not even seen a deer while in the stand.

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Ole Amos impressed me tonight, had a young hunter shoot a cull buck. Made a decent shot but high. Went to look for some blood and none just some shoulder meet. Went and grabbed Amos (lacy dog) put him on the track and needless to say ole buck ran further than we thought 800 or so yards later we found him like this. Amos did well tonight pretty excited to see him as he gets older . Only 2 1/2 almost 3 and doing dang good
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Sorry for the (lacy dog) part lol. I had that same text on other posts on other forums and just copied to this forum


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 Post subject: Re: Amos 2013
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All good Colby, that one sure would have been hard to spot even if you walked right by him. Good deal.

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P.S. I still have yet to see a deer!!!!!


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D.J. wrote:
All good Colby, that one sure would have been hard to spot even if you walked right by him. Good deal.

D.J.

P.S. I still have yet to see a deer!!!!!


Thanks bud! Yea I don't think we woulda found him. The kid sure was happy happy happy to find his deer. And I keep huntin something gotta give! Lol


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