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#1 OFFLINE   Cousin Brown

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Posted 02/15/13 - 08:52 PM

Went out for a bit & set up. Took the xbow using the new Trauma broad head since my shoulder is acting up & cant draw my compound. Got in the blind about 3:30.
About 5:30 7 slick heads show up. They were getting ready to leave and one of them got broadside to my left. I had to adjust for the shot , lined up the crosshairs & let her fly. I hit the deer but a little back.
I checked the bolt & it had blood with green slime , checked litlle further & had a massive blood trail. Rather be safe then sorry, I let the deer lay for a while.
Followed the blood trail that a blind man could see . She went through some thick briar patches that I had to crawl on my stomach to get to her and 150 yds later I got the deer!
The bolt entered back, hit the front of the stomach/diaphram and took out the far lung.
Gutted her out & was surprised there were hardly any stomach contents inside the cavity, they were still contained inside her stomach lining. Estimated about 100 lbs gutted.

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#2 Male ONLINE   BowhunterNJ

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Posted 02/15/13 - 08:55 PM

Very nice! Congratulations! :up:

#3 Male ONLINE   BHC

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Posted 02/15/13 - 09:00 PM

Congratulations

#4 OFFLINE   briarpatch

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Posted 02/15/13 - 09:34 PM

congratulations

#5 Male OFFLINE   hunterbob1

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Posted 02/15/13 - 10:38 PM

Rugerman congratulations!:up: I gotta ask you where did you get the Trama's???The 31/8 Right?They were sold out in kentucky in one hr.I contacted the co.Two week's ago they said it would be 3 week's before they would become available,then every major store will put em on the shelves,I'm on there email list haven't heard anything yet please let me know thanks!
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#6 OFFLINE   jerseyhunter

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Posted 02/16/13 - 07:26 AM

congrats, got to love seeing red.:)

#7 OFFLINE   Cousin Brown

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Posted 02/16/13 - 08:06 AM

Hunterbob1, a friend of mine gave me some last week. This was set at the 2 1/2".

#8 OFFLINE   runum n gunum

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Posted 02/16/13 - 12:14 PM

Nice Congrats:up:

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Posted 02/17/13 - 11:57 AM

Nice! :up::up:




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