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 Post subject: Buffs,drum, and...channel cat???
PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 6:37 pm 
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Wyatt with a few fish he took a few weeks back. He took another big buff last weekend too but I didn't get pics. I also drilled another drum

Let me tell you how fantastic Buffalo suckers are char grilled or smoked...DANG THEMS YUMMY! Hope to get more this coming weekend.

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Good stuff right there!! What's that recurve he's packing?


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DANG! Nailed that sucker dead-nuts! You oughta be one proud papa for raisin' them boys right!

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Carpdaddy wrote:
Good stuff right there!! What's that recurve he's packing?

Looks like a Samick Sage to me!

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Yup it's a sage. I liked his shot on that dinky channel...i couldn't believe he hit it!

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Them buff suckers are big enough, he got cut from rope burn on his hand. I thought the one pictured was gonna pull him in for a minute he ran so stinking hard. We keep trying to stick Asian carp but no such luck. We see them but cant make the shot before they dart off.

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When I was about 16 years old I had taken a few large carp and my mom had taken a picture of them and me .
A few weeks later my dads Aunt that lived in South Carolina came for a visit and knowing that her son was into archery also , I had to show her the picture that I was so proud of . :D
She sad that's nice.......
Pulled a picture of my cousin out of her purse .......
You know the first story told never has a chance . :shock:
There in living color was my cousin standing next to an alligator gar that was over seven feet long .
And to top it off he was holding a Shakespeare Wonderbow in his hand .
Oh yeah , I could do that but we don't have those here in Michigan .
We have the common gar and they are much smaller to hit .
Yep , I win ! :roll:

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:lol: Well stated graps!

I got a Shakespeare wonder bow! I love that ol thing. Mine actually shoots pretty decently!

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Awesome pictures those are giant fish and some good shooting. Is he your son?


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Yes he is my youngest. He is 18, his brother is 26. They both took deer last year with their longbows!

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