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AHHH! Sorry to hear that! I've taken a few of those things throughout my muzzleloading career. Better luck next time with that buck!
 

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Looks like the same tree deer I got this year in early muzzleloader season
 

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i like to sneak up on them with my chain saw. then i get behind them and give them the v throat slit followed by a shot to the back of the neck. next ya gotta cut and split to size. that looks kinda like a cherry tree so i would use it in a smoker with maybe some ribs

thats my recipe
 

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i would try and get this post deleted to much for the tree huggers to use in the fight against guns. im not sure they are in season either
 

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TATERDAVID said:
i like to sneak up on them with my chain saw. then i get behind them and give them the v throat slit followed by a shot to the back of the neck. next ya gotta cut and split to size. that looks kinda like a cherry tree so i would use it in a smoker with maybe some ribs

thats my recipe
 

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next we'll need carbon credits to go hunting
 

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Sniper, I remember lil Stack killing one like that with a 100gr Spitfire!!
 

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NO COMMENT---Im taking the 5th this season!!
 

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I have bagged a few of those. I would donate it to a "vegetarian" food bank. Now if it had been a Maple.......MMM MMM Good!!
 

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nice hole.. did it blead well..
I did that with a bow once and my dad cut up small pieces of limbs put them in a zip lock bag and gave them to me as jerkey... better luck next time
 

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can not transport them across state lines due to restrictions. Though it would be a easy mount. I have done that once. And only once. Durning a drive I had 30 some deer come off a ridge right to me. I waited patiently. The last deer stopped at my wistle I easily squeezed the trigger and watched the deer take off. Walked up and had sucessfully taken the tree directly infront of the deer. I was heart broken. To this day have yet to take one with my flinter, though I loaned the gun to a buddy and he has taken a few with it.
 
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