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    Senior Member RSieck's Avatar
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    Not covered by any insurance either..

    Iowa disabled season started Sept 20.. Still haven't been out yet, and not sure when I will be able too. This 8-5 work thing is getting in the way of my hunting time. Haven't decided if I'm going to take any time off or not. Got to get my powerchair fixed before I can even go..
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    Had a blast at the Jerome Davis "Back to the Woods" hunt in Siler City NC this past weekend. 74 disabled hunters, 35 deer harvested on Friday afternoon, 16 on Sat morning and I left before they did the Sat evening tally. I was hunting a goat farm and the landowner asked me to shoot every deer I saw. I killed a jet black coyote at 4:45 then started in n the deer. 2 does and a small scrub buck. Hunted a different property on Sat and didn't see a deer.

    A small part of the group shot.


    My black coyote.


    Evening check in with my guides.
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    Good shooting! Glad you had a good time and a safe trip.
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    No Tri's or hand function.

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    Senior Member RSieck's Avatar
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    Well my brother shot him Sunday... 183", field dressed weighed 280lbs.. He had over 2" of fat over his neck and above his rear-end.. Never seen anything like it before..


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    Awesome buck. That's a hog.
    "It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value." - Albert Einstein

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    25" inside spread. But a baby compared to the 258" giant shot yesterday in SE IA
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSieck View Post
    25" inside spread. But a baby compared to the 258" giant shot yesterday in SE IA
    I saw the pics but hadn't seen the score. That's a record book buck.
    "It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value." - Albert Einstein

  8. #1638
    Finally made it back from WY and I think with the weather up there and all the game I could've stayed for an extra week. There were canada geese & ducks, prairie dogs galore, turkey and goats everywhere. The only thing we didn't see was a good whitetail and I had a tag.

    Wished we could've hunted antelope the whole time but there were so many good bucks that I knocked one over the first day. We scouted this really nice one that I had dead-to-rights at 200yds but my gun didn't go bang when I pulled the trigger. I had a bullet in and my pin dented the primer but it clicked. That's always a cool feeling. Guess I didn't have the bolt all the way down or something. Anyway, I cycled in another round and found him closer to 300 when I sent a shot off right over his back. He and his harem went bye-bye after that.

    Caught up to this fella right at dark trying to fend off another buck that had eyes on his group of does. We got in to about 150yds and it was all over! Tall grass this year and super-healthy animals. Can't wait to go back.

    I hunted with a group called Chairbound Hunters and they do great work up there. I always donate a little and help spread the word. Big Al is starting to take Wounded Soldiers too now.


  9. #1639
    Nice goat brother. I've wanted to venture out for a couple years now, but it's a long hike from Virginia.
    "It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value." - Albert Einstein

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    You let me know when you want to go and I'll meet you there brotha! Maybe we can meet in between for a deer hunt in either AR or MO.

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