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    One of the best and interesting deer experts we had. RIP Charles.
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    A sad event, and maybe even sadder when you think of the aptitudes of the people that are replacing the older sports icons. Please forgive my Micro Rant, on this sad day.
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    He sure spent his life learning and teaching about the whitetail deer.
    He will be missed

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    This is a terrible loss to the Deer hunting community. He was only 70 and gone much too soon. RIP,sir. We're all indebted to your insight and research.
    Those who beat their swords into poughshares will plough for those who don't.--Benjamin Franklin

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    RIP. I loved reading his stories and the in-depth info he had gleaned and shared from countless hours studying deer and their habits from Texas to NY and parts in between.
    If either he or the Benoit family didn't know about a deers' behavior, it probably is still a mystery.
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    A Youtube tribute...

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    He was one of the guys I recall listening to and learning from way back.
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