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I didn't really have a whole lot of time to hunt this year with starting a new job this past fall so after finally gaining permission to hunt this pc of ground that just looked like it held predators I went in did a little scouting yesterday afternoon and all the fox, coyote and bobcat tracks I seen were coming into a uncut cornfield so I figured this is where I wanted to be. Went back around 7 pm set out the fury turned it on and within 30 sec seen the eyes coming out of the cornfield about 125 yds it started to pace back and forth so I let the 222 bark and it fell over DOA so I waited a few min and started scanning again and caught eyes running on the hillside from left to right so lip squeaked to him and she turned and came to about 80 yds and checked up so I put the crosshairs right between the blinkers and let the 222 bark again it flipped backwards and was DOA.
 

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Thanks guys. Not sure if its any easy task or not but this was the first double I ever shot. I usually shot one packed up and moved on but after reading many post on here I decided to sit still and see if there was anything else and it worked out.
 
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