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Old 11-20-2008, 09:02 AM
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Anyone deer hunting? Let's hear your stories!

I gave up deer hunting long ago, but I like to hear the stories. I had an Uncle fall 20' from his deer stand about 3 weeks ago bow hunting. He managed to get on his 4 wheeler and ride back to his daughters house. He had a cracked bone in his neck and broke 5 ribs, 2 were broke twice. He was very lucky, so be careful out there this week.
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Yep, I typically go out in the woods and sit in the cold with my gun

Unfortunately, it seems like that's been the extent of it the past couple years.
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Yabbut this year, there's already snow on the ground...so it outta be a good year!

I'm like Paul...when the boys left home...dad just didn't seem to have time to hunt anymore. So now I just sit around and wait for the adventure stories to come in.

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Who has time to do anything anymore?

Out the door to work while it is still dark, and dark before I get home in the evening.

Saw a 6 point trying to cross the road to Pappa John's Pizza Tuesday morning about 6 AM, but traffic was so heavy he just turned around and went to McDonald's instead.

With the weather getting bad, deer are everywhere.
I have 8 in the back yard right now.
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My Uncle, that fell out of the tree stand about a month ago and broke his ribs and fractured his neck, still managed to bag 2 deer neckbrace and all. He is dedicated.

If you did not go hunting and do not have a story. Tell us about the last deer you got with your vehicle. I had 2 close encounters last night with my Deville. One was in the road and managed to turn around just before I would have hit him. The other was just standing on the berm waiting for me to pass, thank goodness.
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Not too shabby! With the neckbrace and all huh? Yeah, that's dedicated!

I didn't have much luck in the woods last week but there was a chance I could've seen a tiger. That's right, a tiger. Don't know if you've read about this yet or not but a tiger was on the loose around here last week. The guy that had them was about a mile from where I hunt and was on the loose at the same time. Talk about a good opportunity to crap my pants! yeehaw!

Here's the gazette story about it...
The Charleston Gazette - West Virginia News and Sports - News - Runaway tiger killed in Pocahontas County*
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I read about that. If you would have saw it while hunting that would have been quite a shock.
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