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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby superkodiak38 » Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:00 pm

Glad you guys where able to get on a few deer, it's some tough going when it's that warm. Yohon, what's the deal with the bear ? Didja get a little nervous thinking about how effective a shot you could get off before it was up in your stand with you ? Guess you didn't take a PB&J out for a snack the next day ?? :P
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby Stykshooter » Tue Oct 25, 2016 6:36 am

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We ate pretty good. One day we had grilled brats and deer burgers on the grill.

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I was sitting in my stand one morning and Yohon texted me "Thump".
After a little blood trailing, this is what we found.

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A little different retrieval process for someone who lives on the flat eastern shore.
All of our deer die at the bottom of the nastiest hollow.
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby superkodiak38 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 7:24 am

Mmmhmmm, nice job Randy... Oh and you did good too Yohon ! :P
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby superkodiak38 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 7:26 am

Is that a Snuffer hole Yohon ? Magnus will loose a lot of $$ if you switch over ! Lol

Great shot Buddy !
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby Yohon » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:37 am

Tim.....that be a Snuffer...kinda hard not to use em hunting with Randy :lol: :lol: :lol:

thanks for posting some pixs Randy, hope to get my phone straight today so I can post a few. Going up that hill with the deer was a treat!! 8-)
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby marc » Wed Oct 26, 2016 9:16 am

We sure missed your cooking in Maryland this fall Randy but we didn't die!
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby superkodiak38 » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:17 am

marc wrote:We sure missed your cooking in Maryland this fall Randy but we didn't die!


Yeah, Randy and all the guys were missed ( but those soft crabs we ate were pretty damn good ! ;) )
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby Yohon » Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:13 pm

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We had 80 degree temps and these things were EVERYWHERE!!!!!
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby Yohon » Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:14 pm

I dont know how much ground Im lookin at here but I sat there a good while enjoying the view!!!
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Re: A transplanted flatlander

Postby Yohon » Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:21 pm

I did shoot a doe one morning an shot it quartering away at about 15-18 yards. Used a Snuffer and we had blood right off but we trailed it about 150 yards or so and we could see it heading up hill (which my deer around here never do ;) ) Randy suggested we sit a bit and give it some time, just in case.While we sat there both of us could smell guts....we sat 10 minutes or so and could hear rain so we jumped back on the trail. Deer went up a sharp little bank and laid a the top. We were within 50 yards of it when we stopped.
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I took the pix here and when Randy got to the top the deer was just to the left of the pic.
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