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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6680793
12/01/19 06:47 PM
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I made a venison roast tonight since the wife had to work today. Roasted rutabaga and carrots on the side.

[Linked Image]

I'm down to two roasts, a few blocks of scrapple and maybe eight-nine pounds of sausage from the three deer I killed last season. I better quit screwing around and get one for the freezer. Maybe tomorrow...


Eh...wot?

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6680844
12/01/19 07:33 PM
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That's looks great lugnut

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681131
12/02/19 04:46 AM
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Looks like a good day to hunt. Fresh snow, decent temps.
Good luck to all and stay safe out there.

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681135
12/02/19 04:52 AM
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i'm gonna watch from here in a bit.2 in. of snow stuck to the trees and everything here.be a purdy sunrise.if i don't see anything here i'll walk over to the shop and start the stove and watch from there.will wait for the trees to clean themselves and the state can clean the roads,then i'll run my little mink line.


quality over quantity

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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: wetdog] #6681148
12/02/19 05:37 AM
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Originally Posted by wetdog
Looks like a good day to hunt. Fresh snow, decent temps.
Good luck to all and stay safe out there.


X 2

I was very happy to see a a coating of snow on the ground, heading out in a little bit.


Eh...wot?

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681150
12/02/19 05:44 AM
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If I had a tag I'd be looking to cut a good buck track this morning.
It is favorite way to hunt anymore. And today is puuurrrrrfecto.

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681159
12/02/19 06:12 AM
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if you go in the woods here,take a shovel cause when you pull the trigger,your gonna need it.trees are hangin to the ground.


quality over quantity

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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681163
12/02/19 06:15 AM
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Snow?? I'm coming over there guys.

The phrase deer sausage caught my eye. I bought son Con Yeager spices to try,
Maybe we can get a sausage/smoker/snack stick topic going after the harvest.

Good luck everyone.





Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681304
12/02/19 10:31 AM
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After an extra nap while a others got in position before daylight, I headed out about 7:00am a little after daylight to push some deer around for others. By 7:30 am my second shot landed close to its mark and was good enough to drop this guy in his tracks. 3A opening morning kill. [Linked Image]

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681309
12/02/19 10:34 AM
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dandy dude--there is one in there chasin does this mornin but seeing more than 10 ft is impossible.


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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681313
12/02/19 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by southernduke84
After an extra nap while a others got in position before daylight, I headed out about 7:00am a little after daylight to push some deer around for others. By 7:30 am my second shot landed close to its mark and was good enough to drop this guy in his tracks. 3A opening morning kill. [Linked Image]



Way to go Jason (southernduke84)!

A few more of the same buck.

[Linked Image]

[Linked Image]


Eh...wot?

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: pcr2] #6681315
12/02/19 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by pcr2
dandy dude--there is one in there chasin does this mornin but seeing more than 10 ft is impossible.

There were tons of doe and I'm sure more bucks then most people think are down there.

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681365
12/02/19 12:30 PM
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That's a dandy. Congratulations


Life's too short, enjoy everyday like it was your last.
Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681428
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Jason,was a 1000 pound black and white "doe" this mornin in your dads field at the end of coons.thats the one i want.

pretty sure i saw your buck last week by the tall gravel pile thats left.great job again.

ps-i don't know what you hit with the first shot but it sure made a heck of a thud. grin


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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681580
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Can you believe no deer showed it's face today? I mean look at this perfect set up.

In front of my stand:

[Linked Image]

The shooting lane to the right:

[Linked Image]

I sat from dark until after lunch then still-hunted around the swamp until dark. I saw five deer, no shots were offered.


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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681590
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I couldn't take the lack of hunters in the woods and finally got up and went stirred things up a bit. I was literally kicking the deer in their rear ends they were bedded so tight.

Managed to put a 5 point in front of my buddies son, which his dad let go by him, and he nailed it with one shot. 13 years old and got his first deer.

My year is basically made when I'm able to do something like that.

Passing on the tradition!


Keep your boots dry and your powder too.

I remember when a fur check was reality.....now I'm just trapping for the love of it.

Best Regards,

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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681599
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Congrats to the young man for a good shot and his first deer. And congrats to you for a fine assist.


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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681666
12/02/19 08:02 PM
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Didnít see a deer today but was kind of enjoying the scenery, we couldnít make to where we wanted to go this morning so we went to another DMAP area across the mountain. Finally made it up here at the shanty later on after we put about a dozen cement blocks in the back of the truck. Decided just to stay overnight here so I wouldnít have to make that climb in the morning. Southern duke nice buck!!

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Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: Lugnut] #6681793
12/02/19 10:01 PM
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Glad to hear the young guy got his first buck. Memories to last a lifetime.

Re: PA Deer Hunters [Re: pcr2] #6681796
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Originally Posted by pcr2
Jason,was a 1000 pound black and white "doe" this mornin in your dads field at the end of coons.thats the one i want.

pretty sure i saw your buck last week by the tall gravel pile thats left.great job again.

ps-i don't know what you hit with the first shot but it sure made a heck of a thud. grin


He was seen a lot by many. I'm sure he has wandered by your place even at times.

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