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  1. #26
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    Welcome.....(back) Master Splinter. It just wasn't the same ....Looking forward to more pics and adventures....
    175 Orion Extreme from Jerry ,Tapp Nation Arrows,Spitfire Maxx and FOC's Field dressing deer and bear 1 shot at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuck Archer View Post
    Welcome.....(back) Master Splinter. It just wasn't the same ....Looking forward to more pics and adventures....
    The Master Splinter is very humbled by the Canuck Archer's appearance on the MS & F 2014 Adventures thread! Looking forward to the CA's pics & adventures contributions, as well...

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    Popeye is back. I believe this buck to be a 7 year old this year. Almost certain this is the same buck. He's blind in his left eye, hence my name for him, lol. Depending on what else I find he could be in trouble this year. The first two pictures are from last year, same location.
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  4. #29
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    Nice bows MS, but I like that table even more.

    Is your portrait illustrated by Rob Stanly by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 202gwg View Post
    Popeye is back. I believe this buck to be a 7 year old this year. Almost certain this is the same buck. He's blind in his left eye, hence my name for him, lol. Depending on what else I find he could be in trouble this year. The first two pictures are from last year, same location.
    Master Splinter's eyes have water in them from 202's "Top Quality" pics... Me thinks it is in Popeye's destiny to meet 202's T/P Phantom!

  6. #31
    Me thinks 202'has more quality booner pictures. Holding out on us he is!!!!! Want to see more more more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 202gwg View Post
    Popeye is back. I believe this buck to be a 7 year old this year. Almost certain this is the same buck. He's blind in his left eye, hence my name for him, lol. Depending on what else I find he could be in trouble this year. The first two pictures are from last year, same location.
    It would seem that any buck that really interests you is in big trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skorpyd View Post
    Nice bows MS, but I like that table even more.

    Is your portrait illustrated by Rob Stanly by any chance?
    Thank you, skorpyd! Master Splinter is not certain of portrait origin? Think maybe David , something or other... Here's another "Top Quality" picture that might tickle the scorpyd's fancy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Splinter View Post
    Master Splinter's eyes have water in them from 202's "Top Quality" pics... Me thinks it is in Popeye's destiny to meet 202's T/P Phantom!
    He'll more than likely get stung with TenPoint Venom if I go after him. lol


    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Baker View Post
    Me thinks 202'has more quality booner pictures. Holding out on us he is!!!!! Want to see more more more.
    I'm just getting started Rick, not holding anything back. Booners are hard to come by, the two I've killed were 12 years apart.



    Quote Originally Posted by JOE PA View Post
    It would seem that any buck that really interests you is in big trouble.
    Thanks, Single minded dedication Joe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 202gwg View Post
    He'll more than likely get stung with TenPoint Venom if I go after him. lol




    I'm just getting started Rick, not holding anything back. Booners are hard to come by, the two I've killed were 12 years apart.





    Thanks, Single minded dedication Joe.
    Master Splinter says... on the T/P Venom part!!!

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    About 3 weeks ago he's got a pretty good start.
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    I might just have to shoot him with a Mainstreet custom blackout 330.
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    Life's to short to hunt with a commoners bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Splinter View Post
    Thank you, skorpyd! Master Splinter is not certain of portrait origin? Think maybe David , something or other... Here's another "Top Quality" picture that might tickle the scorpyd's fancy!

    Excellent MS, That makes that table look even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rt2bowhunter View Post
    About 3 weeks ago he's got a pretty good start.
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    Life's to short to hunt with a commoners bow.
    Lookin' good, rt2! Not much happening @ this end, yet. Hoping this feller shows up in the 2014 season! Both of my "Mainstreet" E/M's are ready, as well...

    If you look carefully... You will see MS's climbing sticks on the big spruce, 15 yards beind the left G2 of this fine specimen... Don't ask where I was when he waltz out of this setup!


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    Quote Originally Posted by skorpyd View Post
    Excellent MS, That makes that table look even better.
    I heard that I did, scorpyd!

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    C' mon folks! Let's see what you got? Any/All "Top Quality" pics are welcomed...

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    Ok, I will play along



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    I hate yotes, but these are the best yote pics I ever got.



    That's all for now.
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    Dang look at them monsters!

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    This guy may be worth keeping tabs on. Just got home from running the weed eater around this stand and changed the Sd Card in the camera there.
    Last edited by 202gwg; June 20th, 2014 at 07:48 PM.
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    M.S. those snow bucks are gettin' me pumped up and it's only June!!!!
    175 Orion Extreme from Jerry ,Tapp Nation Arrows,Spitfire Maxx and FOC's Field dressing deer and bear 1 shot at the time.
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    Nice bucks guys. Rt, that buck in velvet has potential. Years ago when we lived in the country, I had salt lick out on a mowed path so the boys could see them from the window. On Mothers day we saw a buck with antlers out past it's ears. I know the guy who shot him about a half mile away. He had a heavy rack with a 26" spread. Nice buck for PA.
    Patriot Supermag 289# @ 12.5"
    DTM SS 272# @ 11.75"
    bba magnum 243# @ 13.5" Spares 240# @ 13.5"
    BABU 3.0 225# @ 14" Just for fun, ATMHidden Content

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    Quote Originally Posted by 202gwg View Post
    This guy may be worth keeping tabs on. Just got home from running the weed eater around this stand and changed the Sd Card in the camera there.
    Master Splinter is in accord with 202 on the keeping tabs on, part!!!

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