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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Joe~ View Post
    prolly need some one to come get rid of that there invasive deer for ya , just saying ,,,,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    prolly need some one to come get rid of that there invasive deer for ya , just saying ,,,,,,
    Oh man, one on the first photo looking so good! Look at those antlers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoHa View Post
    Oh man, one on the first photo looking so good! Look at those antlers!
    pretty darn solid axis buck for sure , hear tell they taste lovely too ,,,the deer not the antlers ....
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Size:  112.4 KB I have only hunted 1 day this year..but it was a good afternoon
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Size:  104.2 KB 6 point came into my set up..then 3 minutes a good 8 point came down same trail.. So im pretty much done for the year in Florida.
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    I went to a low fence cattle ranch south of Telegraph Texas back in 2005.. There were invasive Axis deer there..I shot one and it was the best deer meat I ever cooked.. Got a good 9 point white tail too. I hoped to go back some day but buddies uncle sold the ranch..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertFL View Post
    I went to a low fence cattle ranch south of Telegraph Texas back in 2005.. There were invasive Axis deer there..I shot one and it was the best deer meat I ever cooked.. Got a good 9 point white tail too. I hoped to go back some day but buddies uncle sold the ranch..
    in all my years here never took one or even seen a wild one other than road kill , but lots of folks say they eat super well .
    even when we raised em in a high fence place years ago and I never took one off the place , ding dong me ....
    nice bucks BTW , congrats ....
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    My dad got on the board last week in Ohio. We’ve had this deer on camera the last two years and he finally came into bow range. Checking scrapes right at last light. Steep angle on the shot. Arrow entered high in the back, fractured the backbone, opened the far side lung, and sliced through the bottom of the heart. Buck collapsed on the shot and managed to drag himself 30 yards to the hillside where he proceeded to fall into a ravine. Needless to say the deer got the last laugh as pulling him out of that ravine took a lot of man power and ingenuity.
    Something to be said for heavier/higher FOC arrows. 3 broken bones and a complete high to low cavity pass through.


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    Nice buck! Congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullthrottle View Post
    Attachment 438780Attachment 438781Attachment 438782

    My dad got on the board last week in Ohio. We’ve had this deer on camera the last two years and he finally came into bow range. Checking scrapes right at last light. Steep angle on the shot. Arrow entered high in the back, fractured the backbone, opened the far side lung, and sliced through the bottom of the heart. Buck collapsed on the shot and managed to drag himself 30 yards to the hillside where he proceeded to fall into a ravine. Needless to say the deer got the last laugh as pulling him out of that ravine took a lot of man power and ingenuity.
    Something to be said for heavier/higher FOC arrows. 3 broken bones and a complete high to low cavity pass through.


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    Nice buck. Thatbis a lot of bone and body mass for a arrow to rip through
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