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It’s been a slow start to the season. About 10 o’clock this morning I had three coyotes come in together. I took out the first one but couldn’t get a shot on the other two. Never recovered the Coyote but the shot was a full bloody pass through and it ran into the swamp. Apparently I still have at least another two to take out. IMG_0676.JPG


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I had hair but no blood on my arrow after taking a shot at a coyote this morning. It wasn't a tough shot except for the brush by the edge of the mowed path that the 'yote was traveling. It stopped just prior to walking into my shooting window and I sensed that I was about to be busted. Since I was already at full draw, I tried to poke one through the brush. Here's a picture walking past my trail camera just prior to the shot.

 

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October 14

40 degrees
SW wind 5 mpg
Party cloudy

Perfect morning for mid October. All if today's action happened right at daybreak. Four does and fawns, a buck (that I couldn't identify), and a gobbler. Two fairly active scrapes within shooting distance of the stand.

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Sat for the first time this season up north for muzzleloader. An unidentifed deer busted out on my walk in. About 30 minutes before legal light I had 3 does walk in front of me, 2 small and a big doe. Big doe goes into the brush before the clearing first so I get ready and shoot her when she walks out. As soon as the smoke cleared I knew I screwed up because the deer laying there was not big. To make matters worse it ended up being a button buck. A little rough on the pride side of things (and knowing I took a potential future stud out) but I know plenty of people that have done it and it’s still more meat than I had in the freezer this morning.

 

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Buddy from camp was in stand for 30 minutes yesterday and saw a buck up on the ridge. He hit the esterus can and he came in on a dime. Best thing is he had his trail cam running on video and caught the whole thing IMG_1323.JPG


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Mike

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