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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by God's Country View Post
    Shit Crosby is almost my backyard. I thought you were closer to the ANF. PM we'll have a few beers, coffee, or whatever, sometime.
    To be clear Crosby, along rte 46 heading toward Emporium, about 10 minutes south of Smethport?
    Yep, the camp is on 146 right around the corner from the shit plant. We hunt off of the old Pennsy Grade

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    Congrats Jules,

    Nice buck.
    internet just came on in Tionesta

    I'll fish and dog watch Chance ( my buddies dog) while he hunts.

    If he gets one, we'll drag out together.

    In preperation for the first day, I took out a old round front toilet and installed an elongated with a soft close seat. Ha.
    The pipe never wins. I always win.

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    Now that's luxury!!
    Gunowner99 - NRA Benefactor Life Member

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    Meat on the table !!
    The only thing you should feel when shoot your enemy, is the recoil.
    The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops

  5. #15
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    Nice Buck Congrats ! Did you get to go to a Check Station just to get an opinion on the pus and wound possibly affecting the quality of the meat ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARINE DIVISION TWO View Post
    Nice Buck Congrats ! Did you get to go to a Check Station just to get an opinion on the pus and wound possibly affecting the quality of the meat ?
    No, I did not. I am not that concerned because it is on the skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ar15jules View Post
    No, I did not. I am not that concerned because it is on the skull.
    So the deers brain was not oozing out ? lol. You are right,I did harvest a few deer over the years up in Ulster County,one with a barrel ring around its hips,another with a broadhead stuck in its spine for years and survived and lastly one that had a weird odor from the organ area so I tend to be more cautious of any oddities,again Congrats on a respectable buck !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ar15jules View Post
    I only had about three days to hunt NY during their regular big game season. With rain in the forecast for tomorrow, I decided to take this buck. He isn't giant, or even large, but it was a nice day out hunting with a great friend. The jalapeno bologna is going to be great. I am getting the whole skull cleaned at the NY processor and am debating having a buddy hydro dip it. My daughter's Ruger American compact in .243 does it again. I may never carry another rifle. EDITED TO ADD: There is ZERO orange requirement in NY even during the rifle season. I was also wearing an orange jacket but removed it so I could roll up my sleeves to dress this deer. Also, you can see that his right antler had some type of infection at the base. The puss looked pretty bad and smelled even worse.

    Congrats Jules! You've changed a bit from the last time I've seen you. Did you shave or something?

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