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got my bird at 10:45 this morning. second year in a row ive killed it on the second day of hunting. 9" beard, 1" spurs. not a

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  • RES1956
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    Fair and Square!!!!!!!

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  • scratchgolf72
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    bubba- easterns up here in MI.

    buckhunter- gonna smoke it.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Good job.

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  • Bioguy01
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    Congrats!

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  • Gary Devine
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    Scratch Congrats, Thanks for including all the details about your twenty pound tom. I like when people have the weight, beard length and spur length.

    My youngest brother Joe killed a monster mule deer in the Colorado's back country. My sister called me about the mule deer Joe bagged.

    1. What did the mule deer weight? I don't know.
    2. How many antler points? I don't know.
    3. How big was the antler spread? I don't know.
    This drives me crazy.
    I later found out when Joe got home the mule deer buck had seventeen points, a thirty five inch spread and weight close to three hundred pounds.

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  • buckhunter
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    Great job, Scratch. How ya gonna cook it?

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  • FirstBubba
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    Congrats scratch! That's awesome!
    Getting 'em in close is what it's all about! Nice bird!
    Rio? Eastern?

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  • got my bird at 10:45 this morning. second year in a row ive killed it on the second day of hunting. 9" beard, 1" spurs. not a

    got my bird at 10:45 this morning. second year in a row ive killed it on the second day of hunting. 9" beard, 1" spurs. not a heavy bird, probably around 20 lbs, maybe a touch less. called 2 gobblers in, shot him at 12 yards. i think that falls within the fair and square rules right RES???

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