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Thread: My southern Ontario crossbow harvest Nov 1st

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    Default My southern Ontario crossbow harvest Nov 1st

    Hi everyone wanted to share my harvest that I have been after for two years. He always seem to out smart me. Well on Friday evening I finally got the chance to take a shot. Perfect heart shot. IMG_1957.jpgIMG_1958.jpgIMG_1960.jpg


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    Last edited by ghost1324; November 5th, 2019 at 10:58 PM.

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    Awesome! Got to love the character in that rack. Congratulations!

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    Awesome!

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    Amazing buck congrats!
    We're you set up on the edge of a corn field when you got him or did he run into the corn to expire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokes View Post
    Amazing buck congrats!
    We're you set up on the edge of a corn field when you got him or did he run into the corn to expire?
    I was set up on edge of cornfield. He didnít make it far.


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    Nice buck, Congrats

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    Apprentice

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    That’s a monster!! Very jealous.

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    Nice deer!

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    Leads by example

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    Very impressive buck, especially to be taken with a crossbow. Congrats.

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    Nice job...How great is that to be able to see a deer for two years running and then take him...Congrats

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