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 Post subject: 2017 Harvests
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Here it is...the Official 2017 Harvest Thread. Post your stories and photos here!

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My son and I are headed for WI in a few hours. Although it's going to be ridiculously hot I just may have a photo to post when we get home. If nothing else time in the tree is always good for the soul!

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Killed deer 2 and 3 for the season in the mission to reduce the deer herd on the farm I lease from. A doe I killed with my bow and then the one I killed with my truck on the drive home. This year's herd reduction is starting with my compound so I'm not posting the videos of the harvests here out of respect for the mission of this forum and its trad roots.

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Dang Ron, your deadly with that truck! Is that the same truck you got your second bear with? :lol:


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Yes, 2 deer and one bear in the last year.

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You've done better with your truck than most of us with our bows!

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Far more expensive though. Less good meat too.

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I know I've posted this photo on this website already but I just can't help myself from doing it again. Tell your kids that their presents may be a little late because ole Santa is down one reindeer as of 9/3/17. And, yes, he tastes like Christmas!

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Stay Sharp wrote:
Killed deer 2 and 3 for the season in the mission to reduce the deer herd on the farm I lease from. A doe I killed with my bow and then the one I killed with my truck on the drive home. This year's herd reduction is starting with my compound so I'm not posting the videos of the harvests here out of respect for the mission of this forum and its trad roots.

Ron, you can post about, or post a link to, your non-trad kills (even the truck kills...lol) in the off-topic section. You can even post about changing the oil in said truck if you feel like it. :lol:

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I know I've posted this photo on this website already but I just can't help myself from doing it again. Tell your kids that their presents may be a little late because ole Santa is down one reindeer as of 9/3/17. And, yes, he tastes like Christmas!

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BLITZEN????!!! NO..........!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Stay Sharp wrote:
Killed deer 2 and 3 for the season in the mission to reduce the deer herd on the farm I lease from. A doe I killed with my bow and then the one I killed with my truck on the drive home. This year's herd reduction is starting with my compound so I'm not posting the videos of the harvests here out of respect for the mission of this forum and its trad roots.

Ron, you can post about, or post a link to, your non-trad kills (even the truck kills...lol) in the off-topic section. You can even post about changing the oil in said truck if you feel like it. :lol:


Good to know but I don't change my oil. I have a guy for that.

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Killed a doe this morning and used the knife that traps made for me to gut it.graps will post photos later.

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Glad you got your knife broak in .
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