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Old 05-18-2021, 01:03 AM
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Default Quickie In The Dead Zone

Sunday night my hunting buddy couldn't make it, so I had to may it work by myself. Finally got one to come in, but the corn was higher than I thought so I was having trouble seeing him. I finally had to raise my tripod to the standing position, and even then could only see his head and neck. I made a difficult shot at 175 yds., but my video cord was not connected solid and I didn't get the video. Here is a picture of the young male.

#58 by Double Up, on Flickr

My hunting buddy went with me tonight. We called a field that had grass to our north and west and corn to our south and east. I threw everything at them except the kitchen sink it seemed like, and we were preparing to leave when two popped out through the corn to our south.

My rifle was still on the tripod, but my buddy was having to prop off my bike. Anyway the big male turned to leave and I Texas Heart Shot him. When he got back up I put one through his heart. My buddy never could get on the other one and I couldn't find it in my scope view.

Here is the male, pretty good sized one at that even with the winter fur gone.

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The brief video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtUdbGTmrRI
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Old 05-18-2021, 01:40 PM
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Good replay, pictures and video too. Can't beat that!
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