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I shot one at 4:30 with the inline she dropped in her tracks. I must of hit a sapling on the way in the bullet went in the neck. I was aiming behind the shoulder either way deer down. I noticed after butchering her the bullet just severed the trachea never penetrated any muscle died from lack of air and shockwave. There was some bleeding so may have ruptured a vessel. There was another one with her smaller and looking around. She did not have much in her stomach and not alot of fat. I think she was lacking in the food department. I believe the early frigid temps and snow are taking its toll.
 

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congrats on connecting. what area of 2b? Most of the herd in the north hills/wexford areas are pretty well fed with a decent fat layer.
 

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Well...if she didn't have a lot of fat, it's good she will be in your freezer.

Congrats!!!
 
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