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15 minutes ago, sussexcohunter said:

i learned to not trust beaver to do the right and not flood the only way into the property. Also, this spring to build a bridge over said areas. 

Same problem I'm having.  They keep making the dam higher, and I have to go in from the other end now.  Also learned the usually dry ground gets flooded over my boots when we have rain every weekend.

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I learned that I am no dam good at estimating a Buck's rack score! Got  a $500 fine in Ohio :doh2:

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I learned that I am no dam good at estimating a Buck's rack score! Got  a $500 fine in Ohio :doh2:
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Don't tag out on a smaller buck if you want to get the big one. Of course I knew this long time ago and still did it this season, with a huge buck circling my stand for 5 minutes and my tag filled two weeks prior.

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16 minutes ago, toxo said:

I learned that I am no dam good at estimating a Buck's rack score! Got  a $500 fine in Ohio :doh2:

Is that a state or outfitter rule? what was the minimum?

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39 minutes ago, sussexcohunter said:

i learned to not trust beaver to do the right and not flood the only way into the property. Also, this spring to build a bridge over said areas. 

You are better off not trusting any beaver:shock:

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3 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

Is that a state or outfitter rule? what was the minimum?

Outfitter, 140 min.  My fault,I knew the rules when I booked,but when I see antlers and have seconds to make a decision I loose all conception of the finer details like mass, width & tine length.

I from N.J. lol

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Just now, toxo said:

Outfitter, 140 min.  My fault,I knew the rules when I booked,but when I see antlers and have seconds to make a decision I loose all conception of the finer details like mass, width & tine length.

I from N.J. lol

Believe me I know. never did it but I hunted IL several times with set  minimum and it was always difficult because we just don't see big buck in NJ. The outfitter I was with had a $1K for under 135 or less than 4.5YO

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I learned after you shoot a deer,and find it,you should mark

the spot so when you come back with your Jet sled in the dark

you can find it.:whatever:

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