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Passing On Bucks- Food For Thought

Old 12-20-2008, 05:20 AM
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Default RE: Passing On Bucks- Food For Thought

I also try for the 120, 3 1/2 range: to each his own. Last two years, deer that I passed on were shot minutes later by other hunters, but, that's the way it goes. I like stretching my season as long as possible, which results in more than a few years of nada, but hey, that's life when hunting.

P.S.: Where's the " red hand " that was mentioned earlier. Can't find it.

Dang, must have been blind. Got it!
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