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 Post subject: 2014 Meat Pole!
PostPosted: January 3rd, 2014, 11:02 pm 
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Rumor has it some of us have already started!


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PostPosted: January 3rd, 2014, 11:23 pm 
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The first of three does I shot last weekend, during or late season deer hunt. It's a half mile drag to the truck and I didn't make the time to take pictures of the other two. Pigger just keeps putting the critter's down.

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PostPosted: January 4th, 2014, 9:32 am 
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Good job Walt. Pigger is one killing machine.
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PostPosted: January 4th, 2014, 11:25 am 
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Congrats Walt. Our season is still in here in Maryland until the end of January. I would like to join you in doing the same thing laying down 2-3 more down before the season ends.

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Thanks, I love these cold weather late season hunts.

However, I'm guessing Steve is refering something that might be a little more exciting than treestanding whitetails.

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I took this doe January 1st about 10 minutes before legal shooting light ended. She came bouncing into the woods after scurrying across a field. She'd went past me, but luckily turned around and came to about 25yds before I mouth grunted her to as stop as she started angling away. The Simmons Tiger Shark made quick work of her as I heard her crash not 50 yards away. Tall Tines 60" recurve 50@28(pulled 29 3/4). I was also pumped to get to try out my new Swafford Custom Knives Mountain Lite knife. What a blade(my first custom knife) and a beautiful evening to be out. Thank you Lord!

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Bill Peterson and I did some arrow flinging in Iowa yesterday. Here are the results. Bill used a Morrison recurve that in another life belonged to John Vargo. Bill has taken a P and Y whitetail, P and Y antelope, a mulie buck and several other whitetail bucks and does with it. He said to tell John, "Thanks." The doe I harvested was the 5th deer this season that fell to the same Woodsman broadhead. Unfortunately, I have not yet recovered the broadhead. It's under the snow somewhere. Maybe I'll find it in the spring and go for 6.


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Warm up cat......I drew lion tag this year so the first day out we treed a big female
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who we left unmolested and later another female who was in pretty rough shape from having a coyote trap on her right hind foot. DNR gave us the go ahead to bring her in and they gave me a new tag. I shot her with a Robertson Fatal Styk, 72#@28" and home grown cedar arrow. God Bless Montana.
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Hey Congrats Dan on the Lion. Man what a warm up. Good luck on your up coming hunt. I hope you take a BIG TOM. Shoot Straight and Good Hunting.

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Congrats Guys!
Walt if I shot 3 deer in the woods I hunt I believe there would be 2 or 3 left, our deer numbers are LOW here in Indiana. May have to start looking into out o state just to fill the freezer.


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Congrats on the cat Dan. Over here we don't see many females let go........way to go

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I found this red boar in the swamps of south Georgia, scouting for the upcoming PBS Membership hog hunt next week. I saw a bunch of hogs, I hope we kill some next week..

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Awesome Jeff!! that's exactly what I was hoping to see!


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New Jersey Doe, - Jan 2014....and my son's first tracking exerience with Dad.

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Congrats, Brad. Good picture of Cooper! Hope to see you in Cincy at the banquet.


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My first NZ Whitetail
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Good show Richard. Get her off that bush infested island?

Have to say the head gear looks non-standard though. :P


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 Post subject: Re: 2014 Meat Pole!
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Yes I went back down to Stewart Island, was a really good trip and we ate like kings from the ocean and bush. :lol: yea the headwear is pretty out there for sure! But thats the whole point of it I guess, I wasn't the only one hunting that block so it better to be safe and seen. That bit of bush in the photo was quiet nice compared to other parts of the block :twisted:.

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Wild boar...coastal area Georgia on PBS Member Hunt.


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Texas Hog....notice lucky patch on quiver. 8-)


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Way to go, Richard, Ron and Bryan! Good way to start the year.


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Coastal marsh hog taken on PBS Membership hunt in Georgia..

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It's looking like 2014 is going to be a great year for the Meat Pole.

nice pig Jeff, where's your hat? Ron glad to see ya'll didn't let ol' Jeff shoot all the pigs.

Bryan that's a cool looking pig, especially with all the snow.

Walt, Matthew, Brad, Gene and Bill nice job on the deer!

Dan hope you can get back out and tag a nice big tom now. Where you able to use the meat since the coyotes had been nawing on her?

Moose, good job mate! I know you are happy, you worked mighty hard for that deer.

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It's gonna be good for sure I can just feel it I hope this weather breaks soon and can't wait till June 1st for my Manitoba bear hunt


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Thanks Rob Burnham. I had to give her over complete to the Game Cop to get another tag. He wouldn't let me keep even a claw.

Rob Patuto, We tagged another female last weekend near St Regis and two Toms the week prior. One of the group treed a monster Tom last week, but didn't have a hunter.

We will try it again this weekend and I will post some pics and maybe some video.

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Did some bowfishing in Georgia.
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I hear some PBS turkeys are hitting the ground...

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Congrats to everyone so Far!

some turkey pictures will get me excited about our season here in May!


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I'm not sure why Steve O hasn't posted his turkey on here yet. He's got it hanging out on tradgang though.

Gary Rieck was having some issues posting his pictures on here so I told him I'd post it for him. Here's his story:

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This is my first turkey with the bow. I have been trying off and on with the bow since the middle 1980's . I have taken quite a few with a shotgun. He weighed 23 1/2 lbs, 9 1/2" beard. 2 year old bird. He was broadside in full strut trying to intimidate my jake decoy. Shot him at 7 yards. He went about 25 yards before collapsing. I think I went a little "Fred Eichler" when he went down. Used the knife I got at Cincinnati for my turkey picture as an "artsy" photo. The bow is the Bear "59 reintro, I purchased last year.


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