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Expand view Topic review: 2011-11-24

Re: 2011-11-24

Post by FireCloud » Fri Nov 25, 2011 4:40 pm

You did the right thing. Coyotes would not have been so merciful.


Post by gtk » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:13 pm

Thursday evening hunted with the inlaws @ Ripley. Sat at the tractor shed, immediately had a fat doe come out 15 yards from me, but too close to move to shoot her.

Few minutes later a crippled young deer came out. It would take a few steps and fall down. Get up, take a few steps and falldown again. It finally started feeding in hte corn field, while laying down. It tried to get up a couple times and would fall back down. I went ahead and took him. It must have been hit by a car, there was no obvioius trama to it, but neither tendons on its hind legs were "attached" right, and had some scaring on one leg..