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Two 'yotes down!
Topic Started: Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:40 pm (1,873 Views)
rthomas4
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I was running the tractor this afternoon cutting up food plots and fire lines, when a pack of 'yotes crossed my path. I had my XDs .45 on my hip due to the fact I'd been out of town to get my seed and went straight to the tractor without going home. I killed two of them at about 20 yards, with no rest! I'm thinking that corneal transplant really worked!
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Dave N
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yote
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right on! good shootn tex
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TWerth
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cool, nice shooting, sounds like the operation was a sucess.
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Steve
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nice shootin' eagle eyes. :D
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rthomas4
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It's the gun, more than the shooter!
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snod
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Good shooting RT. I've also had a pretty preductive year so far. A black bear and at last count 63 tree rats. Good eating all the way around.
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bigrig

I don't know how I missed this until now. But, sounds like the transplant worked real well. good shooting.
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ternera1
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Think this was the one I missed two years ago. This time he was closer(about 70yrds) and trotting along slower. His mistake. Maybe the deer will start walking more at ease.


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big bad hunter

got any friends from southeast asia , they eat those things you know
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rthomas4
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ternera, that appears to have a very nice, thick pelt.....perfect for skinning out and curing.
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ternera1
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I dragged it to an area where the buzzards can enjoy that "nice, thick pelt"
BBH: I wouldn't know...what do they look like?
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rthomas4
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I'd like to cure one and hang it on the wall, but all of 'em I kill are eat up with mange and smell to holy hell!
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