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Live from the stand 2021/22

Clay Showalter

Southern member northern landowner
4,550
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Guilford County
Star chart for iPhone is amazing, helps you ID anything in the sky.
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hickslawns

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37,473
212
NW Ohio
Why does it not surprise me from you, Kevin? You seem to have cool gadgets. Even customizing your snow blower. 😁

I tried to help a buddy get back in the woods tonight. He had rented a mini and was trying to bury electric to his barn. Building his house next year. Guess I should have gotten there earlier as he didn't get back in the woods. But what can he say? Fire me. I offered help with only the hopes of getting him in the woods. Didn't want anything in return other than to see him get a shot at something.
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Smawgunner2

Active Member
584
37
Athens County
Fired the 1st round out of the .350L at a doe and I thought I completely missed based on her reaction and a couple tuffs of hair and that was it for 70yrds...0 blood found. Backed out and came back to find her completely chewed by yotes🥺 Tagged her but left her for the final meal, nothing salvageable.
70 yard shot? How far did she get and could you tell where she was hit? I'm hunting with a .350 this year for the first time so I'm curious.
 

5Cent

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10,477
176
North Central Ohio
Bumped a few on the way in and they didn't stop until the rifle cracked at 7:25. This guy and a small 6 slowly fed into the back corner and took one to the shoulder. He hobbled 25yrds and expired in field to the N within view. First ever landowners tag on the new property🤟

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Smawg, doe was 55yrds away downhill broadside. She did not act like she was hurt at all while running away. I followed her trail for 70yrds with nothing more than a few hairs at impact sight. It was getting dark so headed for more lights and dinner. Went back out to find her another 30-40yrdsyrds from where I stopped with whole rear end ripped out and starting on sides and front. Because I found her, I felt obligated to tag her, used my either sex tag.
 
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whitetailjunky3

Junior Member
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Fired the 1st round out of the .350L at a doe and I thought I completely missed based on her reaction and a couple tuffs of hair and that was it for 70yrds...0 blood found. Backed out and came back to find her completely chewed by yotes🥺 Tagged her but left her for the final meal, nothing salvageable.
What ammo are you using?
 

Bowkills

Active Member
2,061
81
Nw oh
Bumped a few on the way in and they didn't stop until the rifle cracked at 7:25. This guy and a small 6 slowly fed into the back corner and took one to the shoulder. He hobbled 25yrds and expired in field to the N within view. First ever landowners tag on the new property🤟

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Smawg, doe was 55yrds away downhill broadside. She did act like she was hurt at all while running away. I followed her trail for 70yrds with nothing more than a few hairs at impact sight. It was getting dark so headed for more lights and dinner. Went back out to find her another 30-40yrdsyrds from where I stopped with whole rear end ripped out and starting on sides and front. Because I found her, I felt obligated to tag her, used my either sex tag.
Hell ya! Congrats! Did you have an exit hole on that buck?