hunting these things is really a blast, a little frustrating at times when they seem to change there mind on what they are doing about every 30 seconds. We seen a lot of antelope but it was in the mid 80's to low 90's with hardly any wind and no clouds. That made it pretty greuling to be out there.
Do you feel the addiction seeping into your brain? Every time I go out hunting those little buggers it gets a little stronger. I've spent more time hunting the prong rut than I have hunting the elk rut this year......
you really screwed up. You got one, so now you are hooked and you will put yourself through the agony of having to go back out and sit in a blind 8-15 hours a day in blistering heat just for a chance at another one. Or try a stalk 1000 times on these impossible creatures that seem to have A.D.D.. Oh man I am so sorry for you. Great job and a great Buck!!!!!!
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