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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2007, 22:23 
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had a good day today...Image

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Nice buck! Congrats man!!

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Great buck! Congrats!

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Thanks men .A blind sow will pick up a acorn once in awhile... :lol: Late season one of my favorite times to hunt .the gun hunter's are long gone so are the fair weather bow hunter's, so that just leave's us to shoot all them deer. :wink: I had went 4 times this week and seen 32 deer in those 4 trip's deer are grouped up now this was the biggest buck I seen this week .seen lot's of smaller buck's...

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Way to go Chieftain!! Thats is an a great buck AND you killed it with a bow, what an accomplishment!


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Thank's 93 ,I'v been twice since I killed him and seen another shootable buck from the same stand....

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PostPosted: 24 Dec 2007, 10:56 
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Looks like another one to add to the wall of fame in the garage!

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I think he will fit right in ,how you been bowhunter?you catching or killing anything?Trapp'en has been slow here lot's of high water..but the bowhunting has been good...seen 11 this evening seen another dandy buck but he didn't offer up the shot so I only got to watch....deer are grouped up now and have settled back down ..I got the wood's all to my self. :wink:

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If I had a chance to come out there, we could double team them. I am off work until Friday, so I have been trying to weld. Haven't even hunted this break, and nothing in the traps :evil:

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PostPosted: 27 Dec 2007, 22:24 
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Got the pic.'s back on the buck....

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Nice lookin buck :)


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Once again, amazing for a bow kill Cheiftain


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That's a great looking buck. What kind of bow are you shooting Chieftain?

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PostPosted: 03 Jan 2008, 06:23 
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Martin,......I have not hunted for 4 day's now .We'v had a cold snap.below zero wind chill's.It is suppossed to get to 50 and above the next few day's so i'll try it again.

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How do you like your bow? It obviously shoots well since you got that buck with it. I'm looking into getting a new bow and trying to see what everyone else has and how they like them. I'm shooting an old PSE right now. I'm really looking into Matthew's, but I don't know if I want to part with 1,000 bucks.

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Preacher, have you looked at hoyts? Both Matthews and Hoyts are incredible bows but hoyts tend to be a little cheaper. My buddy has one, a hoyt, and he is married to it.


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Preacher if you do want to part with the $$$$ the matthew's is a great bow...I hunted with a hoyt for a few year's .Alpine makes a great bow so does Parker .I guess what I'm trying to say if your wanting a mid range in price there are a lot of great bow's out there right now.I took martin because they make their toy's for men not boy's .everything on my martin is on the heavy duty side of thing's .I put a lot of pressure on all my equipment and Martin has held up beyond my wildest dream's..I'v shot Martin's now for 15 year's of my 33 year's of bowhunting..

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I've never really looked into Martin. Although I may now. I was looking real hard at one of the new Fred Bear's, but I'm definatly going to give Martin a look see.

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