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Old 08-17-2019, 08:22 AM
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This is Ramsey. This is the fourth year hunting this guy. I first seen him as a three year old and that was really the only chance I had at killing him. I got within bow range on the ground, but did not notice another buck to my left that busted me. Last year I got to my stand at 4:00 am destined to wait him out. Checked my camera and he was there at 3:57 am and I pushed him out. My wife said she seen him in the field during hunting season two years ago while I was at my son's wrestling meet. He is slick, but I will catch him eventually.
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I get exited when I hear stuff like this. I wish i was a deer hunter but alas I am not. I will live vicariously through you my friend. Best of luck come deer season.

Time for Dove come sept. 1st. I will be out there for that at least even though I have not shot a dove on the property i hunt in 2 years. But they are there right now.
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Hope your successful on him! Number 1 on my list last season was a Shiraz moose. I drew the tag and scouted out 2 good rutting bulls. Opening morning I hit my mark. 352 pounds in f boneless meat.
Number 1 this year is a red stag in Czech Republic in under a month while we are over there for relaxation. We will see how it goes.
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This is Ramsey. This is the fourth year hunting this guy. I first seen him as a three year old and that was really the only chance I had at killing him. I got within bow range on the ground, but did not notice another buck to my left that busted me. Last year I got to my stand at 4:00 am destined to wait him out. Checked my camera and he was there at 3:57 am and I pushed him out. My wife said she seen him in the field during hunting season two years ago while I was at my son's wrestling meet. He is slick, but I will catch him eventually.
How are you able to tell it's the same deer?

I'm like Jipped, i'll live vicariously through you....i'm dumb and clueless
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How are you able to tell it's the same deer?

I'm like Jipped, i'll live vicariously through you....i'm dumb and clueless
Most of the time they have a feature that helps you identify them. Bucks 1-3 years of age can be difficult, because they go through their biggest transformation during that time. Once they are 3 years old 90 percent of the time their antlers will grow the exact same (shape and symmetry) every year after that. The only time they change is when they are injured. They just add more mass and length year to year. This guy has perfect symmetry. If you look at this guy from the side view you can barely see the antler on the other side. I have 6-7 bucks that travel this route frequently. I have one who only shows up during the rut. You will never catch him on camera for the rest of the year. There is a new guy on the block this year that will be a bruiser if he makes it a few more years. He is only a year old and already an 8 point. A small 8 point, but he will grow.
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Hope your successful on him! Number 1 on my list last season was a Shiraz moose. I drew the tag and scouted out 2 good rutting bulls. Opening morning I hit my mark. 352 pounds in f boneless meat.
Number 1 this year is a red stag in Czech Republic in under a month while we are over there for relaxation. We will see how it goes.
Best of luck this fall To our hunters
That is awesome! Good luck to you brother.
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I always meant to get into hunting. Just never seemed to find the time. I do love eating animals though. Best of luck bro.



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Velvet always makes the rack look thick as hell. That beast in velvet looks like he has coke can mass on his tines. lol
Good luck with him. It's cool when you have the same land for a long period of time and get to "know" the animals. Then, during the rut, all bets are off. Some guy 3 miles away kills the buck you've been watching for 6 years. Now you throw up and want to quit hunting.
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Velvet always makes the rack look thick as hell. That beast in velvet looks like he has coke can mass on his tines. lol
Good luck with him. It's cool when you have the same land for a long period of time and get to "know" the animals. Then, during the rut, all bets are off. Some guy 3 miles away kills the buck you've been watching for 6 years. Now you throw up and want to quit hunting.
Every year I do not get him I thank my lucky stars when I see him on camera after January 15. That means no one else did either!
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Every year I do not get him I thank my lucky stars when I see him on camera after January 15. That means no one else did either!
Yep, all you can do is hope there are enough slutty does to keep him on his home turf.

While I gave it up, there is nothing more peaceful than sitting 20'-25' up in a tree (yes I liked being way the hell up there) on a winter morning with silver-dollar size snowflakes and it so calm you can hear them hitting the ground...and as the morning woods start to come alive, off about 300 yards you see the glimpse of him and your heart instantly starts beating so loud you hear it like a beating drum echoing in the Congo. Calming yourself to get under control, reaching for your bow with the pace that would make a snail tell you to hurry the f up...as step by step he comes closer, looking left then right, sniffing the air, looking up...stopping, shaking the wet snow off...trying to avoid making eye contact with him hoping your breath doesn't make a fog giving you away as your heart begins thumping out of control again, you close your eyes and imagine the hundreds of shots you took at your 3-D target so you are used to the deer image you are about to draw down on, but you can not, will not look at that rack for if you do, your legs will begin to tremble and your arms shake and the huge oak's leaves you are nestled so high up in sound like the pom-poms of a 1,000 cheerleaders...getting yourself under control as he moves within 40 yards, you look for your opportunity to slowly and ever so quietly draw your bow back as his head goes behind the tree blocking his view of you...but he stops and there you are holding holding the 70lb at half draw for what seems like hours but it has only been a couple minutes at most and he steps out only to stop again and drop his head to the ground and instantly pops back up looking at the sound of a squirrel rustling and barking at him only 50 feet away in the opposite direction from you, giving you the opportunity to come to full draw lock in your site and place your finger on the trigger of your quick release launching your 350 grain broadhead and shaft at 320fps giving you perfect view of the flight of the arrow and hearing the impact as it hits true to the intended destination directly behind the front leg into massive beasts lung and heart as he leaps into the air already running before his feet resume contact with the snow covered ground below. The woods come alive with the sounds of him running and crashing into small trees and brush and at 75 yards he suddenly stops, turns to look at you before he collapses to the ground as to say farewell and treat the gift of my life you have been given with respect and allow me to nourish your table for many meals to come.
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