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    Wow!!! Awesome bucks guys!!!

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    2011 Bowkill - Maryland



    2009 Bowkill - Maryland

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by RednekCitySlikr View Post
    2011 Bowkill - Maryland



    2009 Bowkill - Maryland

    What did that 2011 bowkill score? looks really clean
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  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by thabull View Post
    What did that 2011 bowkill score? looks really clean
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    The only buck of mine that I could find a "truck" picture of.
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    Just a few..
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    Ohio Booner in a Jimmy back in '95 when I had hair!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FearNot View Post
    Thats from being in a small pen
    It was a vehicle kill in Buffalo County, WI. DNR said it was from excess protein. Happens to cattle also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ3 View Post
    It was a vehicle kill in Buffalo County, WI. DNR said it was from excess protein. Happens to cattle also.
    I always thought that foundering was from excessive carbohydrates?

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    I like big bucks in the back of a truck !
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    ahunter55.- Great pics

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    WOW you all's bucks make mine look tiny. This was my first deer with a bow.
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    If you look close-the inside has a Doe in it. I have no idea why it was not on the top also. This was my Plymouth (Lemon) station wagon & we had just gotten back from a late season weekend Bowhunt (opening day) at Necedah, Ws. back in the days when 2-3000 Bowhunters converged for the opening early & late season in the refuge (4 of us). This is infront of my 1st full time shop/lanes I opened in 1964. Back in stickbow, no sights or releases & on the ground.
    I shot the 6 point when he came running down a trail & stopped not over 10 feet from me. Double lung at 10 feet & went 40 yds. THEN, I gutted him with one of my Broadheads as I had forgotten my knife & temp was hovering around ZERO. Necedah was a wild & crazy place on the weekend openers back in those days b/4 any gunning went on. I only wish I had taken photos of the long lines of vehicles lining the dirt roads & the variety of Bowhunters in those days..
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    Lots og great looking bucks
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    Florida bucks


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    it doesnt have the biggest score, but its the biggest to me since its my first archery buck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed_AL View Post
    My bad. Growing up on and around farm country The only time I seen hooves like that where in neglect cases.I was not until just now aware of foundered.That buck was hit by a truck in Wisconsin,found a article on it when I did a Google search.I retract my previous statements.
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    found this thought it might help.
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    nice bucks

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    nice deer folks great pictures this is a nice thread buck in a truck

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    Death Bed one november morning at my friends ranch.

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    I got alot of comments in 09 when I shot it, so figured I"d post. Even though the title is related to bucks in the back of a truck, i think a buck in the trunk of my Taurus works. I have to find a picture but we have also hauled many deer on top of a 1992 Buick Roadmaster station wagon with wood panneling and everything. Now that is a sight to see.buck.jpg

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    Not bucks but lots of my other favorite dead things in the back of various vehicles:



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